The Alabama Crimson Tide landed a commitment from class of 2023 wide receiver Cole Adams out of Owasso, Okla., on Wednesday. Adams is the ninth 2023 commit for the Tide and the first receiver.

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Adams was also being recruited by and showing interest in University of Oklahoma and SEC West rival Arkansas. Three other SEC West programs were actively recruiting him.

Listed at 5'10" and 180 pounds, Adams is rated as a four star receiver by 247 Sports. While he is the 40th ranked receiver nationally, he is considered to be the number one receiver in Oklahoma and the number five overall player in the state, so many will view this as a blow to the Sooners' new head coach Brent Venables.

Adams has ran track during high school, in addition to playing football and clocks a 10.65 second 100 meter dash.

While Alabama has been off to a slow start for class of 2023 commitments, they have really gotten the ball rolling as Adams is the 5th in the last nine days.

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