Noah Sewell, a four-star prospect from Orem, Utah, and the nation's No. 43 overall player in the 2020 class according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite rankings, is scheduled to kick off a round of unofficial visits this Saturday when he gets another look Alabama. From there, the 6-foot-2, 260-pound linebacker will head to Clemson, then Georgia and followed by Tennessee. All four programs have extended scholarship offers.
Sewell has committed to play in both the 2020 All-American Bowl and the 2020 Polynesian Bowl. He has also punched his ticket to compete at The Opening Finals this summer.
"Noah is excited to get out to these schools and get a closer look at everything," Sewell's father, Gabriel, told 247sports. "At Alabama there are some new coaches and so it will be big to get to interact with that staff again. It will be our first time at the other schools so he's excited for that."
There is a possibility that LSU also draws an unofficial visit on June 16, Gabriel Sewell said, but that is not 100 percent locked in.