The Signing Day train kept chugging along for Alabama with an high-rising prospect becoming the latest player to join the Crimson Tide.

Four-star running back Josh Jacobs, who is the second-ranked prospect in the state of Oklahoma, held a ceremony at McLain High School on Wednesday.

Jacobs saw his recruiting interest pick up a lot in January, and Nick Saban offered him a scholarship less than a week before Signing Day. Jacobs told Mark Cooper of Tulsa World that he would have laughed if someone told him one month ago that he'd end up signing with Alabama.

The 5'10", 200-pound back rushed for more than 2,700 yards and 36 touchdowns his senior season. Jacobs is the second running back commitment of the 2016 class for Alabama.