Alabama football has pulled some great players out of St. Paul's in Mobile and that pipeline looks like it will continue with the recent commitment of four-star cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis. 

The state's No. 4 prospect according to Rivals made his decision on Friday to head north to the University of Alabama to play college football. The defensive standout help lead the Saints to the 5A state quarterfinals in 2016, and he has already accepted an invitation to the U.S. Army All-American Game.

Armour-Davis plays at the same high school that produced former Crimson Tide and current NFL players A.J. McCarron and Mark Barron. Current Alabama offensive lineman Josh Casher also played for St. Paul's.

With this recent commitment, Nick Saban now has five total players on board for the class of 2018, which is a bit behind the pace of recent years.