With the early signing period just five days away, the late twists and turns on the recruiting trail have begun. Josh Jobe, the No. 117-ranked prospect in the class of 2018, flipped from Miami to Alabama on Saturday while on an official visit in Tuscaloosa, impacting a pair of top-10 recruiting classes. The 6-foot, 178-pound playmaking cornerback adds to an Alabama recruiting class that was ranked No. 10 prior to Jobe's flip. Jobe becomes the 10th ESPN 300 commitment for Nick Saban and staff, and helps fill a key need in the defensive backfield, joining ESPN JC 50 cornerback Saivion Smith and ESPN 300 in-state cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis.