NFL Draft

Henry Ruggs III Declares for the Draft
Henrry Ruggs III has decided to forgo his senior year at Alabama and declare for the NFL draft. Ruggs III finished the 2019 season with 40 receptions, 746 yards and seven touchdowns. Known for his pure speed Ruggs III has been projected as a first round pick or early second in the upcoming NFL Draft…
DeVonta Smith Returns to Tuscaloosa
DeVonta Smith has declared he will return to Tuscaloosa for his senior season. Smith led the Crimson Tide in receiving yards and touchdowns in the 2019 season with 1,256 and 14 respectively. The 2020 NFL draft class is loaded with quality wide receivers and should Smith have a strong 2020 season he …
Tua Tagovaila Makes His Decision
Tua Tagovailoa has declared he will forgo his senior season at Alabama to declare for the 2020 NFL draft. The junior quarterback suffered a hip injury against Mississippi State on November 16 causing him to miss the remainder of the 2019 season. Tagovailoa flew to New York over the weekend for a doc…
Xavier McKinney Decides his Future
Alabama safety Xavier McKinney has declared he will forgo his senior season in Tuscaloosa and declare for the NFL draft. McKinney stands at 6’1” and 200 pounds out of Roswell, Georgia has started at safety for the Crimson Tide for the last two seasons. He led or tied the team lead in t…
Alex Leatherwood Decides to Return For Senior Year
Alex Leatherwood announces on Twitter he intends to return to Tuscaloosa in 2020 for his senior season. Leatherwood has spent time playing guard and tackle during his three years in Tuscaloosa. He was a highly recruited player out of Booker T. Washington High School in Pensacola, Florida; 247sports …
Dylan Moses Announces Return to Alabama
Dylan Moses announces via his Instagram that he will return to Alabama for his senior season. Moses suffered a torn ACL during fall camp prior to the 2019 season. He subsequently missed the entire year. Many draft experts projected Moses as the number one NFL eligible inside linebacker and a likely …
Amari Cooper Taken 4th Overall by the Oakland Raiders
Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper is headed west.
The school's most prolific receiver was taken 4th overall in the NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. He'll join a franchise that hasn't had a winning season since 2002, when the team  lost Super Bowl XXXVII to the Tampa Bay Buccanee…

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