An elite point guard who heard from the likes of Duke and Syracuse, sophomore Jaren Sina gave a verbal committment to the Crimson Tide over James Madison, La Salle, Rutgers, and St. Johns. Sina is one of the best shooters in the country in his class and can play either guard position. He can knock it down from beyond the arc and the mid-range jumper and can also has no problem hitting shots with tough defense and contested shots. Although he is solid on the defensive end of the floor, his great scoring abilities is certainly what makes him a coveted recruit. The one area that Sina will suffer from is his lack of elite athleticism. When facing quick and fast guards, he may struggle to stay in front of them and on the offensive end he may not be able to create as many shots but with his effective jab-step and pump fakes he should figure out a solution. Sina will be able to fill the void that senior guards Charvez Davis and Senario Hillman are leaving behind and will round out a nice starting line-up that Alabama is bringing back between big man Tony Mitchell, swing-man Shannan Hale, and fellow guards Trevor Releford and Levi Randolph.