With the ongoing exodus of Nick Saban’s offensive coaching staff and a visit to the Sunshine State this weekend, 4-star 2020 Quarterback Carson Beck has decommitted from Alabama. Beck, hailing from Mandarin High School in Jacksonville, FL, is the 10th rated pro style QB and has offers from teams like FSU and USF alongside Bama, UF and Miami.
Beck had been committed to Bama for the past six or so months, declaring his intent to join the Crimson Tide back in the summer of 2018. But with his two main recruiters, Dan Enos and Brent Key, no longer apart of the Alabama coaching staff, Beck will be taking a second look at all his options.
Speaking to BamaOnLine, the QB said that he was “reeling it all in,” following the two coaches recruiting him leaving Alabama. However, Beck’s father has said that Bama is not out of the race. He expects Alabama to still be a top choice, especially if the new guys on the staff build a relationship with the younger Beck. Chris Beck also mentioned that his son will be visiting Alabama soon to meet with the new coaches.
With Enos now at Miami, expect the Hurricanes to make a solid effort to bring Beck down to Coral Gables. However, flipping the 2020 pro-style QB will depend on Beck’s rapport with Enos and how that compares to how much Bama itself appeals to the 4-star. Still, at least on the recruiting trail, the Dan Enos hire has already started to pay off for Miami.