In what was considered an off year in results and prospects this past season, Alabama head coach Nick Saban has added two more names to his growing list of NFL draftees taken in the 1st round. Linebacker CJ Mosley was taken by the Baltimore Ravens as the 17th overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft […]
Vinnie Sunseri was my favorite Bama player since Javier Arenas. There, I said it. I loved the kid. He played with the kind of heart I would’ve wanted to possess if I could swap places with him. Not the most talented or fastest on the field, Sunseri played his days at Alabama with an aggressive […]
How could Barrett Jones be picked so low in this year’s draft? The answer is in your Sunday Cup Of Coffee
With the 2013 NFL Draft now in the rearview mirror, Bama managed to have nine players drafted, a modern day Alabama record. Of course you know about Dee Milliner, Chance Warmack and DJ Fluker going in order in the 1st round, 9th, 10th and 11th, and Eddie Lacy going in the 2nd round to Green […]
Friday Eddie Lacy became the 61st pick in 2013 NFL draft, going late in the 2nd round to the Green Bay Packers. Amazingly, the Offensive MVP of the 2013 Discover BCS National Championships Game was the third runnng back taken in the 2nd round, behind Michigan State’s Le’Veon Bell and Wisconsin’s Montee Ball. And the […]
Last night’s NFL draft saw Alabama make history, as the two-time defending national champions became the first college team to produce three consecutive first-round picks since the common draft started in 1967. Dee Milliner, Chance Warmack and DJ Fluker became the 12th, 13th and 14th players to go in the 1st Round of the NFL […]
It’s become a regular occurance. Every April former Alabama players are following Nick Saban’s path to the NFL. The plan is simple: Come to Alabama, play 3 or 4 years…your choice. Follow the process, win hardware the right way, then go make big money in the NFL and change your life. As Alabama head coach […]
Nolan Nawrocki breaks down the best RBs of each type in the 2013 draft class, including Alabama RB Eddie Lacy, whose National Championship performance is still sticking out in our minds.