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Ricky Town is rated by multiple major recruiting services as the nation's top quarterback prospect for the Class of 2015. (Photo courtesy of Student Sports)

With Alabama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier headed to Michigan, the Crimson Tide finds itself without an offensive coordinator just weeks before National Signing Day. Will this have any significant impact on Alabama's top-ranked recruiting class?

Nussmeier was the primary recruiter of record for Alabama's quarterback recruits, including four-star 2014 commitment and five-star 2015 commitment , who is currently ranked as the No. 1 quarterback in the nation for the 2015 class. While Cornwell is already enrolled and taking classes at Alabama, Town following Nussmeier's departure that he's eager to see who the Crimson Tide hires to replace Nussmeier.

"I feel very fortunate to have built such a strong relationship with Coach Nussmeier," Town told . "Michigan is getting a great coach and even better person. As an Alabama commit, I'm looking forward to getting to know the new OC once Coach Saban makes that decision."Nussmeier was also Alabama's primary recruiter for the Tuscaloosa area, which made him the recruiter of record for former Northridge running back , a five-star running back who transferred to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida prior to his senior season. He also recruited Hillcrest High School linebacker Keith Holcombe, who told that Nussmeier's departure will not affect his commitment.

"I'm going to the school that is best for me. It will be a tough loss but I wish him the best and thank him for all he has done for me."Nussmeier's only other recruit of record in the 2014 class was Cincinnati, Ohio wide receiver , a 6-foot-5, 197-pound four-star prospect who plans to enroll at Alabama this summer. Kief is considered a firm commit to Alabama.

Stay tuned to for further developments on Alabama's 2014 recruiting class.