Former Alabama Stars Drafted
Former Alabama left tackle, Andre Smith signed with the Bengals as No. 6 overall. Andre didn't give up many sacks in his career at Bama. He also had one career touchdown.
Former Alabama running back, Glen Coffee, was drafted to the 49ers as No. 74 overall. Coffee had 2,107 rushing yards and 14 total touchdowns in his career.
Former Alabama Captain, Antoine Caldwell was drafted No. 77 overall to the Texans. Antoine worked very hard in the combine and will be a future standout at Texas.
Former defensive captain, Johnson was drafted No. 95 overall to the Cardinals. Rashad had 215 tackles, three forces, and 11 interceptions. Johnson is possibly one of the best Safeties to ever attend Alabama. He will also become a future star.
A former Alabama standout, Bobby Greenwood signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. Greenwood played in 51 career games, which is the second-most in school history. He made 22 career starts and had 102 total tackles with 22 tackles for loss and 11.5 sacks. Following the 2008 season that saw him lead the team with five sacks, Greenwood was selected as the team's outstanding senior scholar.
Travis McCall signed with the Buffalo Bills. McCall played in all 52 games in his Alabama career, which is a tie for the most in school history. He logged 32 career starts as a tight end, and made 24-career catches for 224 yards, while averaging 9.3 yards per catch.
John Parker Wilson
Alabama's last captain last season, quarterback John Parker Wilson signed with the Atlanta Falcons. John Parker Wilson had 7,894 passing yards and 46 touchdown passes in his career at Alabama. Wilson won't get much playing time under Matt Ryan, but hopefully may become a starter well into his career.
Tight end Nick Walker was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings. Walker had 67 receptions, 687 yards, and five touchdowns in his career with the Tide.
A senior for the Crimson Tide, Davis was drafted to the Browns.
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