Alabama football players drafted 2015

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          The National Football League is an annual event in which the National Football League (NFL) teams select eligible college football players. The teams draft in reverse order relative to their record the previous season. The last place team selects first while the Super Bowl winner selects last.

          In the early years players were drafted more on hearsay and print media than any other reason. All that has changed in recent years as every NFL team will put forth great effort to evaluate the players.

          Alabama high school football players have represented the state well over the years with players selected in almost every draft. The state has produced four overall number one selections and many more first round selections.

Number One Overall NFL Draft Selections
YearRoundPickPlayerPositionTeamHigh School
201511Jameis WinstonQBTampa BayHueytown
200711JaMarcus RussellQBOakland RaidersWilliamson
198811Aundray BruceLBAtlanta FalconsCarver Montgomery
198611Bo JacksonRBTampa Bay BuccaneersMcAdory
194811Harry GilmerQBWashington RedskinsWoodlawn




          Below are links to the Alabama high school football players that have been drafted by the National Football League. If we missed any football players that were drafted by the NFL please use the forums or email us at [email protected]


Players must have played high school football within the state to qualify.




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Seven Alabama players selected in 2015 NFL Draft

The 2015 NFL Draft is officially in the books from Chicago, and Alabama saw seven former Crimson Tide players selected in the three-day, seven-round event, including one first rounder.

Here is a full list of Alabama's 2015 draft picks:

WR Amari Cooper - Round 1 (Pick 4) to the Oakland Raiders
SS Landon Collins - Round 2 (Pick 33) to the New York Giants
RB T.J. Yeldon - Round 2 (Pick 36) to the Jacksonville Jaguars
FB Jalston Fowler - Round 4 (Pick 108) to the Tennessee Titans
OG Arie Kouandjio - Round 4 (Pick 112) to the Washington Redskins
OT Austin Shepherd - Round 7 (Pick 228) to the Minnesota Vikings
LB Xzavier Dickson - Round 7 (Pick 253) to the New England Patriots

Collins, Kouandjio and Shepherd become the only former Alabama players on their new teams.

Several Crimson Tide players, however, did not receive a phone call from an NFL team -- at least not yet -- and will look to sign a free agent contract with a team in the coming days.

Players like DeAndrew White, Blake Sims, Nick Perry, Trey DePriest, Christion Jones, Brian Vogler, Brandon Ivory, Jarrick Williams and Leon Brown will have to wait to receive a free agent contract with a professional franchise.

For more news on Alabama sports and recruiting, follow BamaOnLine on Twitter.

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Alabama Football: 2015 NFL Draft Tracker, Analysis and Results

Wide Receiver Amari Cooper figures to be a high draft pick.
Wide Receiver Amari Cooper figures to be a high draft pick.Brynn Anderson/Associated Press

Numerous members of the Alabama Crimson Tide will be rolling into the 2015 NFL draft starting on Thursday, April 30. 

The headliner is wide receiver Amari Cooper. It's very conceivable to think he'll be the first non-quarterback offensive player selected. Safety Landon Collins also seems like a safe bet to hear his name called on Thursday night. 

Additionally, there are multiple other draft-eligible prospects on the Crimson Tide with a great shot at being drafted. 

This piece will highlight the Alabama draft hopefuls. Prior to the draft, we will analyze all of the prospects and their respective strengths as football players. Predictions on draft positioning will also be discussed. 

Once the draft ends, we will update the slides, detailing each player and how he fits in with his future team.

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Alabama Path to the Draft

Alabama Football Ties NFL Draft Record with Six Players Drafted in First Round

It was a historic night for Alabama football at the 2021 NFL Draft as six former Crimson Tide players found their respective homes in the National Football League.

The six players drafted is tied for the most-ever by a single team in the first round. The 2004 Miami Hurricanes is the only other team to have six players drafted in the first round.

The first Alabama player of the night to be drafted was wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, who found his professional football home in the Miami Dolphins with the No. 6 overall pick. Waddle joins former Alabama quarterback and teammate Tua Tagovailoa, who the Dolphins drafted as their first pick of the 2020 draft at No. 5 overall.

Next up was cornerback Patrick Surtain II, who was drafted No. 9 by the Denver Broncos. While on the defensive side of the football, Surtain will be joining former Crimson Tide teammate in wide receiver Jerry Jeudy in Denver.

After some pick trading between the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles, Alabama football saw another one of its players get drafted with the very next pick in wide receiver DeVonta Smith at No. 10 to the Eagles. Smith, like Waddle, joins former Alabama quarterback and teammate Jalen Hurts in Philadelphia.

While quarterback Mac Jones was expected to be drafted higher than his ultimate destination, heading into Thursday night there was a lot of speculation that if Jones fell far enough he would be snatched up by coach Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots.

The predictions ultimately came true, as Jones was drafted at No. 15 and will join former Crimson Tide running back Damien Harris in Foxborough.

Just two picks later, the fifth Alabama player of the night in offensive tackle Alex Leatherwood was drafted. Leatherwood went No. 17 overall to the Las Vegas Raiders, where he will be reunited with former Alabama wide receiver Henry Ruggs III.

The sixth and final Crimson Tide pick of the first round came down to the No. 24 pick and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Both Alabama center Landon Dickerson and running back Najee Harris had been highly regarded as the two most likely picks of the Steelers in the first round, but ultimately Pittsburgh made its choice in Harris.

With Harris' pick by the Steelers, Alabama tied the all-time record for most picks from a single team in the first round. Despite having multiple players still left on the board, the final seven picks of the first round went by, and Alabama had to settle with tying the Hurricanes' 2004 record.

The Crimson Tide heads into the second round of the NFL Draft with talent still available, highlighted by Dickerson, offensive guard Deonte Brown, defensive lineman Christian Barmore and linebacker Dylan Moses.

Joey Blackwell is a staff writer for Bama Central and has covered the Crimson Tide since 2018. He primarily covers Alabama football, men's basketball and baseball, but also covers a wide variety of other sports. You can find him on Twitter @BlackwellSports.

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List of Alabama Crimson Tide in the NFL draft

Year Round Pick Overall Player name Position NFL team Notes 19361 2 2 Riley SmithQBBoston Redskins— 4 4 31 Paul BryantEnd Brooklyn Dodgers— 5 8 44 Kavanaugh FrancisCDetroit Lions— 19372 4 14 Arthur White*daggerBack New York GiantsPro Bowl (1942)
NFL championship (1938) 19382 3 13 Joe KilgrowBack Brooklyn Dodgers — 7 3 53 Leroy MonskyGBrooklyn Dodgers — 19393 8 23 Charley HolmBack Washington Redskins— 9 3 73 Lew BostickGCleveland Rams— 19404 5 30 Bobby WoodTCleveland Rams — 5 4 34 Walt MerrillTBrooklyn Dodgers — 11 3 93 Cary CoxCPittsburgh Steelers— 11 8 138 Hayward SanfordEnd Washington Redskins — 19413 10 25 Fred DavisTWashington Redskins — 7 8 58 Hal NewmanEnd Brooklyn Dodgers — 10 10 90 Ed HickersonGWashington Redskins — 19429 9 79 Noah LangdaleTGreen Bay Packers— 14 3 123 John WyhonicGPhiladelphia Eagles— 18 10 170 Holt RastEnd Chicago Bears— 19 4 174 Jimmy NelsonBack Chicago Cardinals— 19434 3 28 Joe DomnanovichCBrooklyn Dodgers — 5 3 33 George HechtGChicago Cardinals — 8 10 70 Tony LeonGWashington Redskins — 14 2 122 George WeeksEnd Philadelphia Eagles — 14 5 125 Sam SharpeEnd Cleveland Rams — 15 2 132 Russ Craft* Back Philadelphia Eagles Pro Bowl (1952, 1953) 25 6 236 Dave BrownBack New York Giants — 29 4 274 Al SaboBack Brooklyn Dodgers — 19449 2 78 Mitchell OlenskiTBrooklyn Tigers— 9 6 82 Don WhitmireTGreen Bay Packers — 13 6 126 Bill BaughmanCGreen Bay Packers — 22 2 221 Ted CookEnd Brooklyn Tigers — 27 6 279 Andy BiresEnd New York Giants — 27 8 281 Jack McKewanTChicago Bears — 19458 5 70 Johnny AugustBack Cleveland Rams — 13 5 125 Jack AlandTCleveland Rams — 14 2 133 Hal SelfBack Brooklyn Tigers — 17 6 170 Bobby Tom JenkinsBack Washington Redskins — 18 6 181 Jim McWhorterBack Detroit Lions — 23 9 239 Norm MosleyBack Philadelphia Eagles — 25 6 258 Jack GreenGChicago Bears — 30 5 312 Charley ComptonTCleveland Rams — 31 4 322 Ken ReeseBack Philadelphia Eagles — 32 5 329 John StaplesGNew York Giants — 19468 1 61 Phil TinsleyEnd Chicago Cardinals — 16 5 145 Nick TerizziTNew York Giants — 26 10 250 D. J. GambrellCLos Angeles Rams— 29 9 279 Fay MillsTWashington Redskins — 194724 1 216 Bill CapenheadBack Detroit Lions — 19481 1 1 Harry Gilmer* HBWashington Redskins Pro Bowl (1950, 1952) 1 4 4 Lowell TewBack Washington Redskins — 1 5 5 Vaughn ManchaCBoston Yanks— 5 9 34 John Wozniak* GPittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl (1952) 10 9 84 Ray RichesonGPhiladelphia Eagles — 23 2 207 Roy SteinerEnd Detroit Lions — 19497 9 70 Jim CainEnd Chicago Cardinals — 10 5 96 Bob HoodEnd Pittsburgh Steelers — 13 3 114 Rebel Roy SteinerEnd Green Bay Packers — 16 7 158 Dick FlowersTWashington Redskins — 20 4 195 Pat O'SullivanCNew York Giants — 195019 5 240 Ed WhiteEnd Washington Redskins — 26 2 328 Red NoonanBack New York Bulldogs— 19511 9 9 Butch AvingerFBPittsburgh Steelers — 2 1 15 Eddie SalemBack Washington Redskins — 6 11 73 Herb HannahTNew York Giants — 8 8 94 Larry LauerCNew York Yanks— 12 8 143 Al LaryEnd New York Giants — 14 6 165 Mike MizeranyGPittsburgh Steelers — 22 2 257 Elliot SpeedCWashington Redskins — 25 7 298 Tommy CalvinBack Pittsburgh Steelers — 19528 10 95 Billy ShippTNew York Giants — 26 5 306 Bobby WilsonBack Pittsburgh Steelers — 28 3 328 Harold LutzEnd Chicago Cardinals — 19531 8 8 Bobby MarlowHBNew York Giants — 8 2 87 Jerry WatfordGChicago Cardinals — 9 7 92 Jess RichardsonTPhiladelphia Eagles — 21 3 244 Joe CurtisEnd Chicago Cardinals — 22 6 247 Bob ConwayBack Green Bay Packers — 23 8 273 Travis HuntTSan Francisco 49ers— 29 10 347 Clell HobsonBack Cleveland Browns— 19547 10 83 Sid YoungelmanTSan Francisco 49ers — 10 1 110 Tommy LewisBack Chicago Cardinals — 12 1 134 Bill OliverBack Green Bay Packers — 25 2 291 John SmalleyTGreen Bay Packers — 26 1 302 Ralph CarriganCChicago Cardinals — 19555 5 54 George MasonTPittsburgh Steelers — 6 6 67 Tom "Corky" TharpBack Los Angeles Rams — 6 8 69 Bobby LunaBack San Francisco 49ers — 9 4 101 Ed CulpepperTGreen Bay Packers — 23 8 273 Cecil IngramBack Philadelphia Eagles — 195614 2 159 Jim EmmonsTPittsburgh Steelers — 16 7 188 Curtis LynchTGreen Bay Packers — 17 7 200 Bart Starr*daggerdouble-daggerQBGreen Bay Packers Pro Bowl (1960, 1961, 1962, 1966)
NFL Champion (1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1967)
Super Bowl Champion (I, II)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (1977) 27 5 318 Al EllettTPhiladelphia Eagles — 29 3 340 Wes ThompsonTPittsburgh Steelers — 30 9 358 Jim BucklerGChicago Bears — 19579 6 101 Don ComstockBack Cleveland Browns — 12 7 140 Fred SingtonTSan Francisco 49ers — 19589 6 103 Jim LoftinBack Detroit Lions — 30 8 357 Billy LumpkinEnd New York Giants — 19597 1 73 Bobby JacksonBack Green Bay Packers — 29 8 344 Ernie MooreEnd Los Angeles Rams — 30 10 358 Dave SingtonTNew York Giants — 1960No selections1961No selections19624 1 43 Billy NeighborsTWashington Redskins — 5 13 69 Bill RiceEnd St. Louis Cardinals — 16 1 211 Tommy BrookerEnd Washington Redskins — 16 9 219 Ray AbruzzeseRBBaltimore Colts— 19631 6 6 Lee Roy Jordan*daggerLBDallas Cowboys Pro Bowl (1967, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1974)
Super Bowl Champion (VI) 2 10 24 Butch WilsonBack Baltimore Colts — 3 5 33 Mike FracchiaBack St. Louis Cardinals — 19645 5 61 Benny NelsonHBDetroit Lions — 5 13 69 Steve WrightdaggerTGreen Bay Packers NFL Champion (1965)
Super Bowl Champion (I, II) 11 11 151 Eddie VersprilleRBCleveland Browns — 19651 12 12 Joe NamathQBSt. Louis Cardinals — 3 12 40 Ray OgdenEnd St. Louis Cardinals — 9 8 120 Frank McClendonTMinnesota Vikings — 10 5 131 Gaylon McCulloughCDallas Cowboys — 11 12 152 Bud FrenchBack St. Louis Cardinals — 19667 15 110 Ray PerkinsdaggerWRBaltimore Colts Super Bowl Champion (V) 11 1 156 Steve SloanQBAtlanta Falcons— 15 1 216 Tommy TollesonWRAtlanta Falcons — 15 11 226 Steve BowmanRBNew York Giants — 16 13 243 David RayKCleveland Browns — 19671 26 26 Leslie KelleyRB/LBNew Orleans Saints— 4 2 82 Louis ThompsonDTNew York Giants — 4 11 91 Wayne TrimbleDTSan Francisco 49ers — 9 19 230 Cecil DowdyLBCleveland Browns — 19681 20 20 Dennis HomanWRDallas Cowboys — 2 25 52 Ken Stabler*daggerdouble-daggerQBOakland RaidersPro Bowl (1973, 1974, 1976, 1977)
Super Bowl Champion (XI)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (2016) 12 20 320 Bobby JohnsDBKansas City Chiefs— 196910 26 260 Mike HallLBNew York Jets— 16 22 413 William DavisLBOakland Raiders — 1970No selections19716 10 140 Scott HunterQBGreen Bay Packers — 19723 10 62 Johnny MussoRBChicago Bears — 11 6 266 David BaileyWRGreen Bay Packers — 15 22 386 Robin ParkhouseLBBaltimore Colts — 16 21 411 Steve HigginbottomDBWashington Redskins — 19731 4 4 John Hannah*double-daggerGNew England PatriotsPro Bowl (1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (1991) 7 18 174 John MitchellDESan Francisco 49ers — 12 23 309 Jim KrapfGOakland Raiders — 19741 9 9 Wilbur JacksondaggerRBSan Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Champion (XVII) 3 2 54 Wayne WheelerWRChicago Bears — 6 8 138 Mike RainesDTSan Francisco 49ers — 8 5 187 Greg GanttPNew York Jets — 16 2 392 Buddy BrownGNew York Giants — 19753 1 53 Mike WashingtonDBBaltimore Colts — 8 13 195 Ricky DavisDBCincinnati Bengals — 19761 6 6 Richard ToddQBNew York Jets — 4 16 108 Wayne RhodesDBChicago Bears — 5 7 131 Woodrow LoweLBSan Diego Chargers — 5 14 138 Willie ShelbyRBCincinnati Bengals — 10 25 290 Leroy CookDEDallas Cowboys — 12 22 341 Joe Dale HarrisWRCincinnati Bengals — 19772 12 40 Bob Baumhower* NTMiami Dolphins Pro Bowl (1979, 1981, 1982, 1983) 3 1 57 Charley HannahdaggerOGTampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Champion (XVIII) 6 20 159 Paul HarrisLBPittsburgh Steelers — 8 17 212 Calvin CulliverRBDenver Broncos — 19781 18 18 Bob CryderGNew England Patriots — 1 23 23 Ozzie Newsome*double-daggerTECleveland Browns Pro Bowl (1981, 1984, 1985)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (1999) 2 2 30 Johnny DavisdaggerRBTampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Champion (XVI) 11 6 284 Terry JonesNTGreen Bay Packers — 19791 6 6 Barry KraussLBBaltimore Colts — 1 14 14 Marty LyonsDTNew York Jets — 3 5 61 Tony NathanRBMiami Dolphins — 7 19 184 Rich WingoLBGreen Bay Packers — 9 26 246 Jeff RutledgedaggerQBLos Angeles Rams Super Bowl Champion (XXI, XXVI) 19801 21 21 Don McNealDBMiami Dolphins — 2 20 48 Dwight Stephenson*double-daggerCMiami Dolphins Pro Bowl (1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (1998) 6 25 163 Wayne HamiltonLBSan Diego Chargers — 7 4 169 Buddy AydeletteDTGreen Bay Packers — 8 7 200 Ken HarrisRBNew York Giants — 9 26 247 Steve WhitmanRBSan Diego Chargers — 19811 5 5 E. J. JuniorLBSt. Louis Cardinals — 5 6 117 Byron BraggsDEGreen Bay Packers — 7 14 180 Billy JacksonRBKansas City Chiefs — 10 5 253 James MallardWRSt. Louis Cardinals — 12 9 313 Major OgilvieRBSan Francisco 49ers — 19823 10 65 Benny PerrinDBSt. Louis Cardinals — 8 15 210 Thomas BoydLBGreen Bay Packers — 9 23 246 Warren LylesDTSan Diego Chargers — 19831 16 16 Mike PittsDTAtlanta Falcons — 3 16 72 Jeremiah CastilleDBTampa Bay Buccaneers — 5 9 121 Steve MottCDetroit Lions — 12 2 309 Robbie JonesdaggerLBNew York Giants Super Bowl Champion (XXI) 19844 25 109 Joe CarterRBMiami Dolphins — 7 6 174 Jesse BendrossWRSan Diego Chargers — 1[A 2]9 9 Joey JonesWRAtlanta Falcons — 19851 25 25 Emanuel KingLBCincinnati Bengals — 3 19 75 Ricky MooreRBSan Francisco 49ers — 19861 4 4 Jon HandDEIndianapolis Colts — 2 12 39 Larry RobertsdaggerDESan Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Champion (XXIII, XXIV) 6 2 140 Thornton ChandlerTEDallas Cowboys — 6 25 163 Brent SowellDTMiami Dolphins — 19871 2 2 Cornelius Bennett* LBIndianapolis Colts Pro Bowl (1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993) 6 2 142 Freddie RobinsonDBIndianapolis Colts — 6 16 156 Greg RichardsonWRMinnesota Vikings — 7 1 169 Curt JarvisNTTampa Bay Buccaneers — 9 6 229 Wayne DavisLBSt. Louis Cardinals — 9 8 231 Wes NeighborsCHouston Oilers — 10 2 253 Chris GoodeDBIndianapolis Colts — 12 6 313 Mike ShulaQBTampa Bay Buccaneers — 19887 2 167 Kerry GoodeRBTampa Bay Buccaneers — 7 19 184 Bo WrightRBBuffalo Bills — 8 1 194 Phillip BrownLBAtlanta Falcons — 19891 4 4 Derrick Thomas*double-daggerLBKansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl (1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (2009) 5 24 136 Greg GilbertLBChicago Bears — 6 7 146 Chris MohrPTampa Bay Buccaneers — 6 19 158 Howard CrossdaggerTENew York Giants Super Bowl Champion (XXV) 7 21 188 George BethuneLBLos Angeles Rams — 1[A 3]N/A N/A Bobby HumphreyRBDenver Broncos Pro Bowl (1990) 19901 4 4 Keith McCantsDETampa Bay Buccaneers — 6 7 144 John MangumDBChicago Bears — 10 22 270 Thomas RayamGWashington Redskins — 19912 9 36 George ThorntonDTSan Diego Chargers — 10 26 276 Byron HoldbrooksDTSan Francisco 49ers — 11 18 296 Efrum ThomasDBPittsburgh Steelers — 19922 20 48 Siran StacyRBPhiladelphia Eagles — 3 15 71 Kevin TurnerRBNew England Patriots — 8 22 218 Robert StewartDTNew Orleans Saints — 10 20 272 Mark McMillianDTNew Orleans Saints — 19931 5 5 John CopelandDECincinnati Bengals — 1 6 6 Eric CurryDETampa Bay Buccaneers — 1 29 29 George TeagueSGreen Bay Packers — 3 6 62 Antonio LondonLBDetroit Lions — 4 10 94 Derrick LassicdaggerRBDallas Cowboys Super Bowl Champion (XXVIII) 6 23 163 Derrick OdenLBPhiladelphia Eagles — 19941 9 9 Antonio LanghamCBCleveland Browns — 2 6 35 Kevin LeeWRNew England Patriots — 2 11 40 David PalmerWRMinnesota Vikings — 2 31 60 Jeremy NunleyDEHouston Oilers — 5 28 159 Roosevelt PattersonGLos Angeles Raiders — 7 26 220 Lemanski HallLBHouston Oilers — 19952 14 46 Sherman WilliamsdaggerRBDallas Cowboys Super Bowl Champion (XXX) 4 4 102 Sam ShadeSCincinnati Bengals — 4 10 108 Dameian JeffriesDENew Orleans Saints — 5 26 160 Jay BarkerQBGreen Bay Packers — 7 17 225 Bryne DiehlPNew York Giants — 19963 23 84 Shannon BrownDTAtlanta Falcons — 4 12 107 Kendrick BurtonDEHouston Oilers — 4 34 129 Brad FordDBDetroit Lions — 6 30 197 Tony JohnsonDBPhiladelphia Eagles — 6 37 204 Toderick MaloneWRNew Orleans Saints — 19971 20 20 Dwayne RuddLBMinnesota Vikings — 5 7 137 Patrick HapeTETampa Bay Buccaneers — 7 35 236 Ralph StatenDBBaltimore Ravens — 19982 24 54 Rod RutledgedaggerTENew England Patriots Super Bowl Champion (XXXVI) 4 8 100 Michael MyersDTDallas Cowboys — 4 25 117 Deshea TownsenddaggerDBPittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Champion (XL, XLIII) 4 30 122 Curtis AlexanderRBDenver Broncos — 19991 26 26 Fernando BryantdaggerCBJacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Champion (XLIII) 20001 3 3 Chris Samuels* OTWashington Redskins Pro Bowl (2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) 1 19 19 Shaun Alexander* RBSeattle Seahawks Pro Bowl (2003, 2004, 2005) 2 11 42 Cornelius GriffinDTNew York Giants — 20012 25 56 Tony DixonDBDallas Cowboys — 3 19 81 Kenny SmithDTNew Orleans Saints — 5 25 156 Shawn DraperOGMiami Dolphins — 20023 4 69 Saleem RasheedLBSan Francisco 49ers — 5 14 149 Jason McAddleyWRArizona Cardinals — 5 20 155 Terry JonesTEBaltimore Ravens — 5 27 162 Freddie MilonsWRPhiladelphia Eagles — 20034 12 109 Jarret JohnsonDEBaltimore Ravens — 5 6 141 Kenny KingDTArizona Cardinals — 5 10 145 Kindal MooreheadDTCarolina Panthers — 6 29 202 Waine BaconDBAtlanta Falcons — 7 21 235 Ahmaad GallowayRBDenver Broncos — 20042 14 46 Justin SmileyOGSan Francisco 49ers — 2 25 57 Antwan OdomDETennessee Titans — 6 6 171 Triandos LukeWRDenver Broncos — 7 21 222 Derrick PopeLBMiami Dolphins — 20053 15 79 Evan Mathis*daggerOGCarolina Panthers Pro Bowl (2013, 2014)
Super Bowl Champion (50) 5 28 164 Wesley BrittOTSan Diego Chargers — 6 4 178 Anthony BryantDTTampa Bay Buccaneers — 7 21 235 Cornelius WorthamLBSeattle Seahawks — 20062 1 33 DeMeco Ryans* LBHouston TexansPro Bowl (2007, 2009) 2 11 43 Roman Harper*daggerSNew Orleans Saints Pro Bowl (2009, 2010)
Super Bowl Champion (XLIV) 3 21 85 Brodie CroyleQBKansas City Chiefs — 5 25 158 Charlie PeprahdaggerDBNew York Giants Super Bowl Champion (XLV) 5 26 159 Mark AndersonDEChicago Bears — 20074 38 137 Le'Ron McClain* FBBaltimore Ravens Pro Bowl (2008, 2009) 7 36 246 Kenneth DarbyRBTampa Bay Buccaneers — 7 45 255 Ramzee RobinsonCBDetroit Lions — 2008No selections20091 6 6 Andre SmithOTCincinnati Bengals — 3 10 74 Glen CoffeeRBSan Francisco 49ers — 3 13 77 Antoine CaldwellCHouston Texans — 3 31 95 Rashad JohnsonDBArizona Cardinals — 20101 8 8 Rolando McClainLBOakland Raiders — 1 20 20 Kareem JacksonCBHouston Texans — 2 18 50 Javier ArenasDBKansas City Chiefs — 2 25 57 Terrence CodydaggerDEBaltimore Ravens Super Bowl Champion (XLVII) 3 34 98 Mike JohnsonOGAtlanta Falcons — 7 4 211 Marquis JohnsonDBSt. Louis Rams — 7 40 247 Brandon DeaderickDENew England Patriots — 20111 3 3 Marcell Dareus* DTBuffalo Bills Pro Bowl (2013, 2014) 1 6 6 Julio Jones* WRAtlanta Falcons Pro Bowl (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019) 1 25 25 James CarpenterdaggerOTSeattle Seahawks Super Bowl Champion (XLVIII) 1 28 28 Mark Ingram* RBNew Orleans Saints Pro Bowl (2014, 2017, 2019) 7 5 208 Greg McElroyQBNew York Jets — 20121 3 3 Trent RichardsonRBCleveland Browns — 1 7 7 Mark BarronSTampa Bay Buccaneers — 1 17 17 Dre KirkpatrickCBCincinnati Bengals — 1 25 25 Dont'a Hightowerdagger* LBNew England Patriots Super Bowl Champion (XLIX, LI)
Pro Bowl (2016, 2019) 2 3 35 Courtney UpshawdaggerLBBaltimore Ravens Super Bowl Champion (XLVII) 5 1 136 Josh ChapmanDTIndianapolis Colts — 5 11 146 DeQuan MenzieCBKansas City Chiefs — 7 40 247 Brad SmelleyTECleveland Browns — 20131 9 9 Dee MillinerCBNew York Jets — 1 10 10 Chance WarmackdaggerGTennessee TitansSuper Bowl Champion (LII) 1 11 11 D. J. FlukerOTSan Diego Chargers — 2 29 61 Eddie Lacy* RBGreen Bay Packers Pro Bowl (2013) 4 2 99 Nico JohnsonLBKansas City Chiefs — 4 16 113 Barrett JonesCSt. Louis Rams — 5 4 137 Jesse WilliamsdaggerDTSeattle Seahawks Super Bowl Champion (XLVIII) 5 24 157 Quinton DialDESan Francisco 49ers — 7 5 211 Michael WilliamsdaggerTEDetroit Lions Super Bowl Champion (LI) 20141 17 17 C. J. Mosley* LBBaltimore RavensPro Bowl (2014, 2016, 2017, 2018) 1 21 21 Ha Ha Clinton-Dix* SGreen Bay PackersPro Bowl (2016) 2 12 44 Cyrus KouandjioOTBuffalo Bills— 4 23 123 Kevin NorwoodWRSeattle Seahawks— 5 20 160 Ed StinsonDEArizona Cardinals— 5 24 164 A. J. McCarronQBCincinnati Bengals— 5 27 167 Vinnie SunseriSNew Orleans Saints— 6 1 177 Jeoffrey PaganDEHouston Texans— 20151 4 4 Amari Cooper* WROakland RaidersPro Bowl (2015, 2016, 2018, 2019) 2 1 33 Landon Collins* SNew York GiantsPro Bowl (2016, 2017, 2018) 2 4 36 T. J. YeldonRBJacksonville Jaguars— 4 9 108 Jalston FowlerFBTennessee Titans— 4 13 112 Arie KouandjioOGWashington Redskins— 7 11 228 Austin ShepherdOTMinnesota Vikings— 7 36 253 Xzavier DicksonLBNew England Patriots— 20161 18 18 Ryan Kelly* CIndianapolis ColtsPro Bowl (2019, 2020) 2 10 41 Reggie Ragland*daggerLBBuffalo BillsSuper Bowl Champion (LIV) 2 14 45 Derrick Henry* RBTennessee TitansPro Bowl (2019, 2020) 2 15 46 A'Shawn RobinsonDTDetroit Lions— 2 18 49 Jarran ReedDTSeattle Seahawks— 2 29 60 Cyrus JonesdaggerCBNew England PatriotsSuper Bowl Champion (LI) 3 10 73 Kenyan DrakeRBMiami Dolphins— 20171 16 16 Marlon Humphrey* CBBaltimore RavensPro Bowl (2019, 2020) 1 17 17 Jonathan AllenDEWashington Redskins— 1 19 19 O. J. HowarddaggerTETampa Bay BuccaneersSuper Bowl Champion (LV) 1 31 31 Reuben FosterLBSan Francisco 49ers— 2 2 34 Cam RobinsonOTJacksonville Jaguars— 2 17 49 Ryan AndersonOLBWashington Redskins— 2 23 55 Dalvin TomlinsonDTNew York Giants— 3 14 78 Tim WilliamsDEBaltimore Ravens— 3 15 79 ArDarius StewartWRNew York Jets— 4 5 112 Eddie Jackson* SChicago BearsPro Bowl (2018, 2019) 20181 11 11 Minkah Fitzpatrick* SMiami DolphinsPro Bowl (2019, 2020) 1 13 13 Daron PayneNTWashington Redskins— 1 22 22 Rashaan EvansLBTennessee Titans— 1 26 26 Calvin RidleyWRAtlanta Falcons— 3 29 93 Ronnie HarrisonSJacksonville Jaguars— 4 14 114 Da'Shawn HandDEDetroit Lions— 4 18 118 Anthony AverettCBBaltimore Ravens— 5 35 172 J. K. ScottPGreen Bay Packers— 6 23 197 Shaun Dion HamiltonLBWashington Redskins— 6 41 215 Bradley BozemanCBaltimore Ravens— 7 18 236 Bo ScarbroughRBDallas Cowboys— 7 28 246 Joshua FrazierDTPittsburgh Steelers— 20191 3 3 Quinnen WilliamsDTNew York Jets— 1 11 11 Jonah WilliamsOTCincinnati Bengals— 1 24 24 Josh Jacobs* RBOakland RaidersPro Bowl (2020) 2 18 50 Irv Smith Jr.TEMinnesota Vikings— 3 24 87 Damien HarrisRBNew England Patriots— 4 13 115 Christian MillerLBCarolina Panthers— 5 1 139 Deionte ThompsonSArizona Cardinals— 5 15 153 Ross PierschbacherOGWashington Redskins— 5 17 155 Mack WilsonLBCleveland Browns— 6 20 192 Isaiah BuggsDTPittsburgh Steelers— 20201 5 5 Tua TagovailoaQBMiami Dolphins— 1 10 10 Jedrick WillsTCleveland Browns— 1 12 12 Henry RuggsWRLas Vegas Raiders— 1 15 15 Jerry JeudyWRDenver Broncos— 2 4 36 Xavier McKinneySNew York Giants— 2 19 51 Trevon DiggsCBDallas Cowboys— 2 24 56 Raekwon DavisDTMiami Dolphins— 3 20 84 Terrell LewisLBLos Angeles Rams— 3 23 87 Anfernee JenningsLBNew England Patriots—
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2017 Alabama Players Drafted in the First Round of the NFL

Alabama Crimson Tide 2015 NFL Draft Tracker

Apr 30, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; A general view of the stage before the 2015 NFL Draft at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

Their collegiate careers have come to a close but former Alabama Crimson Tide players will take the next step with the 2015 NFL Draft to make their dreams come true and play football at the next level. We got you covered with Bama Hammer’s 2015 NFL Draft Tracker for the Alabama Crimson Tide.

After two extremely successful years at the draft where the Tide set the record for most selections in the modern draft era in 2013 with nine and just missed that mark last season with eight, most mock drafts have the Tide coming at seven that will hopefully be selected this year. You never know what will happen during the draft though.

Even if that number comes in lower, this is great publicity to potential recruits that Coach Nick Saban and the staff can give them the tools and training that will put them in position to succeed at the next level. It’s up to the players to make the most of the opportunity.

Pull out your bookmarks for your computer or mobile device. All of your draft news will be here in this post and it will be updated throughout the draft with the picks as well as articles that include news on the Tide players that are selected. We’ve watched them excel in Tuscaloosa for a few seasons and now it’s time to watch them excel elsewhere.

Amari Cooper:

Cooper was the first Crimson Tide player off the board with the Raiders selecting him in the first round with the number four pick. Cooper becomes Alabama’s 16th first round pick since 2010.

Next: Click here for the Crimson Tide on Day 2 in the NFL Draft

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Rewinding Alabama's 2015 NFL Draft picks

By Michael Casagrande

Rewinding Alabama's 2015 NFL Draft picks

After seven rounds, Alabama finished the NFL draft with seven players selected. Its streak of multiple first-rounders ended at five years and the total fell just short of the eight picks produced last spring. Here’s the complete rundown of Alabama’s weekend in the draft.

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Round 1, Pick 4

Amari Cooper to Oakland Raiders

Cooper kept Alabama’s streak of first-round picks alive with the earliest pick since Trent Richardson went third in 2012.

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Round 2, Pick 33

Landon Collins to New York Giants

Collins expected a first round pick and that’s where he was projected. Once considered a top-10 prospect, he slipped to the second round. The Giants traded up to get him with the first selection of the second night.

Round 2, Pick 36

T.J. Yeldon to Jacksonville Jaguars

There were multiple opinions surrounding Yeldon, but even he admitted to being somewhat surprised by his selection early in the second round.

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Round 4, Pick 108

Jalston Fowler to Tennessee Titans

The top fullback in the draft didn’t have to wait long on the final day of the draft. He’ll be reunited with Chance Warmack in Tennessee.

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Round 4, Pick 112

Arie Kouandjio to Washington 

Questions about Kouandjio’s knees didn’t sway Washington, a franchise headquartered not terribly far from his Maryland home.

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Round 7, Pick 228

Austin Shepherd to Minnesota Vikings

The right tackle sports a beard fit for a Viking, so this only made sense.

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Round 7, Pick 253

Xzavier Dickson to New England Patriots

With just four picks left, Dickson went to the defending Super Bowl champions.

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