Alabama has yet to secure a commitment from a quarterback in the 2020 class, but it's already put an offer on the table for 2021 quarterback Preston Stone, the Dallas (Texas) Parish Episcopal product announced on Sunday evening.

"I was very grateful and honored to be offered by Coach (Dan) Enos," Stone told BamaOnLine. "Alabama always has been and always will be a powerhouse and I’m very excited that the coaching staff took such an interest in me.

"I don’t have any plans for camps this summer yet but I’d love to make it down to Tuscaloosa in the near future."

Stone has seen his recruitment take off this spring landing offers from Penn State, LSU, Arizona State, and Washington State all in the last week. Other schools that have thrown their hats into the ring include Georgia, Michigan, and Ohio State. All together Stone boasts 35 offers.

Last season the 6-foot-2, 185-pound signal caller passed for 2,937 yards and 29 touchdowns and rushed for 216 yards and an additional four scores.

Stone is the younger brother of Virginia sophomore quarterback Lindell Stone.

Earlier this spring, 247Sports' Greg Roberts had a chance to evaluate Stone:

“The class of 2021 star had some throws that were on point for True Buzz, including one where he ducked and dodged a blitzer to make a play deep down the field. The standout from Parish (Texas) Episcopal already has an offer from Nevada. Stone is the younger brother of current Virginia quarterback Lindell Stone."

247Sports' EJ Holland had a chance to evaluate Stone at the same event:

“It’s never too early for recruiting. One of the day’s biggest standouts was 2021 Dallas Parish Episcopal quarterback Preston Stone. He showed great decision-making abilities, was accurate and made some big throws in key moments. He holds an early offer from Nevada and is definitely one to watch.”

As mentioned above, the Tide doesn't yet have a quarterback commitment in the 2020 class with several targets on the board. It does, however, likely have its class filled at the position in 2019 with commitments in from four-star, in-state signal callers Paul Tyson and Taulia Tagovailoa. Both passers are very firm in their commitments.

Alabama has only offered a handful of prospects in the 2021 class this spring. Stone, however, isn't the only signal caller in the class the staff has offered. Earlier this month, La Jolla (Calif.) The Bishop's School product Tyler Buchner reported an Alabama offer.

Other 2021 offers include wide receiver Quincy Brown, offensive tackles Donovan Jackson (who will camp in Tuscaloosa next month) and Micah Morris, offensive guard Damon Payne, inside linebacker Kendrick Blackshire, outside linebacker Chaz Chambliss, cornerback Ga'Quincy McKinstry, and athlete Shadrach Banks.

The Tide has yet to land a commitment in the cycle.