Several Alabama players saw a significant increase in their draft stock following their dominant performance in the BCS National Championship game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish where the Crimson Tide demolished the undefeated Irish 42-14.
Junior Alabama running back Eddie Lacy, who has already declared his intentions to enter the NFL Draft, has battled various injuries throughout his career at Alabama but really showed what he was capable of towards the end of the 2012 [...]
Alabama Junior running back Eddie Lacy, right tackle DJ Fluker, and corner back Dee Milliner declared their intentions to forgo their senior season at the University of Alabama and enter the NFL Draft. This has become an annual occurrence at [...]
With 2012 officially in Alabama’s rearview mirror after Monday’s 42-14 rout of Notre Dame in the BCS National Championship, the wait is on for the respective decisions of three Crimson Tide juniors who are pondering an early jump to the NFL. Cornerback Dee Milliner, projected by many as a potential top 10 pick, said he would begin the decision-making process today.
Alabama’s Junior Quarterback AJ McCarron made it known that he intends to forgo the NFL draft following the conclusion of the 2012 college football season. This means AJ will return for his Senior season at the University of Alabama. McCarron [...]
No. 2 Alabama and No. 8 Michigan will clash Saturday night in Cowboys Stadium, an NFL venue in Arlington, Texas. It’s the home of the Dallas Cowboys. That seems fitting, because the field will be filled with NFL prospects. But not as many probable 2013 first-round draft choices as you might think. At least, according to this list of the top 150 prospects for the 2013 NFL draft.
The very best college football teams would not be able to defeat an NFL team. While a great college team might have a number of men who will be NFL draft picks, almost every player on every NFL team was selected in the draft. And those pro players are …
Nick Saban begins what he calls “the process” by selling recruits on an opportunity to grow in Alabama’s pro-style program, everything from the way they are coached to the way they are treated. Those that blossom could compete for national championships using a blueprint he offers, which also happens to detail the path for the elite to reach the NFL.
Marijuana possession charges against former Alabama cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick have been dismissed, according to a report from Sports Business Journal’s Liz Mullen. Kirkpatrick was arrested Jan. 17 in Palmetto, Florida, and charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana along with another former Alabama player, Chris Rogers.
Richardson wasn’t the only reason as Alabama added a second straight top-ranked signing class that day. He was the biggest reason. Of all the big-time recruits that have signed with Alabama since Nick Saban arrived, Richardson was the most significant.
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama – Safety Robert Lester will return to Alabama for his senior season, the school announced in as part of a press release. Lester had been wavering between Alabama and the NFL. He quickly becomes the veteran of the secondary after Thursday’s announcement that cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick, running back Trent Richardson and linebacker Dont’a Hightower will enter the NFL draft.
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama – It’s official. Alabama juniors Trent Richardson, Dre Kirkpatrick and Dont’a Hightower will skip their senior seasons and turn pro this spring. Richardson and Kirkpatrick made their announcements Thursday at a formal press conference, which opened with comments from Alabama coach Nick Saban. Richardson then spoke, and the record-setting running back was followed by Kirkpatrick, a standout cornerback.
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama – Robert Lester will return to Alabama for his senior season, according to ESPN’s Joe Schad via Twitter. Schad’s Tweet read, “Alabama S Robert Lester has told coaches he is STAYING in school after considering NFL Draft.” Lester would be the fourth underclassman to choose to stay in school rather than make the early jump to the NFL. Offensive linemen Barrett Jones, Chance Warmack and D.J. Fluker all announced last month their intention to return to school.
View full sizeAlabama’s Robert Lester returns an interception against Ole Miss on Saturday in Oxford. The former Foley standout also made two tackles. (Mark Almond/Birmingham News)TUSCALOOSA, Alabama — Robert Lester seemed to insinuate his future at Alabama could hinge on
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama – Chance Warmack’s announcement Thursday that he would return to Alabama next season was obviously news worthy. So was the fact he has a 14-year-old brother named Dallas Warmack, whom he is grooming to one day play college football, possibly at Alabama. With one practice left, Warmack said Thursday he was looking forward to returning to Atlanta for the holiday weekend.