If you’re a basketball fan looking to land the next head coach, then you may want to give Alabama Basketball the call.
Head coach Avery Johnson’s job is up after the Crimson Tide’s Final Four victory over Kentucky, and it is likely that he will be replaced by one of his assistant coaches.
But according to ESPN’s Matt Miller, Alabama’s recruiting staff has not been in the same position for some time.
According to Miller, the team is currently in the process of recruiting a new head coach.
If the Crimson Bluff graduate assistant is not hired, then that leaves the coaching search open for a new position with the Crimson Football program.ESPN’s Brian Davis reports that the Crimson’s recruitment is not in a great place right now, as most of their prospects are out of school and many are still in the recruiting process.
The school has yet to announce the exact recruiting position for the position, but it is believed that a number of recruits are still waiting to hear from their schools.
Johnson has been with the program since 2008, and has served as the program’s head coach since 2012.
He is widely regarded as one of the most talented and talented coaches in the country, and he has the talent to make a run at Alabama football’s throne.
He’s a highly regarded coach with a proven track record, and if he is not the new coach, he will certainly have an impact on the Crimsons future.
In fact, Johnson is considered one of college basketball’s top recruiter’s in the nation.
If he is hired, he would be the first assistant coach to be fired by Alabama since Mark Richt was fired by Tennessee in 2008.
Johnson was hired as a graduate assistant at Alabama in 2008, so he will likely have a much longer career than Richt did.
But it’s clear that he has not had any trouble getting Alabama football fans excited about the program, and this has helped him build a strong brand.ESPN writer Ryan P. Scott contributed to this article.