After a majority of Alabama’s 10 attendees at February’s NFL combine skipped the workouts in Indianapolis, a large number of NFL personnel descended upon Tuscaloosa to get a good look at the Crimson Tide’s talent during the school’s pro day on Wednesday afternoon.
However, the injury bug caused star running back Eddie Lacy to bow out of the workout, per ESPN. Additionally, corner Dee Milliner—who did work out at the combine—missed pro day due to his recovery from a recent surgery to repair a torn labrum, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Other players such as Quinton Dial, Damion Square and Barrett Jones were unable to partake in most of the drills due to various injuries that have been issues since before the combine, according to Andrew Gribble of AL.com.
Still, for former Tide stars such as Nico Johnson, Jesse Williams, Chance Warmack, D.J. Fluker and Robert Lester, pro day represented a chance for each player to leave a final and lasting on-field impression with the draft a little more than a month away.
Furthermore, a handful of players who didn’t get an invitation to the combine—such as tight end Michael Williams—got a chance to show their abilities in front of the scouts in attendance.
How did Nick Saban’s former pupils fare, and what is the buzz on each of the Tide’s draft-eligible prospects heading into the final stretch of the pre-draft circuit?
Here is the complete analysis and results from Alabama’s pro day.
All results per ESPN3’s online broadcast or via Matt Scalici of AL.com unless otherwise noted. Players are listed in alphabetical order.