Happy hump day, Alabama fans! Take a break from the twists and turns of the recruiting world to catch up on all your Senior Bowl updates this week. Now is the time for your favorite Alabama players to show the movers and shakers in the NFL what they’re made of.
Here are 12 things to know:
- Here are four players who have the most to prove this week at Senior Bowl.
- And here are four players, in SEC Country’s opinion, who might not have much to gain.
- Check out what Reggie Ragland said about his teammate, Kenyan Drake heading into the week.
- Scouts got a chance to see more than one side of Drake on Tuesday during workouts.
- They also got a good look at what Ragland brings to the table, as well as Cyrus Jones.
- Ragland shed some insight on his position move for the Senior Bowl.
- And finally one more from Ragland: Why he can make it in the NFL.
- Remember the Iron Bowl? Drake and the Alabama coaches pulled a fast one on Auburn during warmups.
- The Wobble came on, so Saban busted out the moves at a recruit’s house the other day.
- Get caught up to speed on where defensive back Tony Brown stands with Alabama after the team suspended him for College Football Playoff.
- Alabama and Auburn both paid a visit to the nation’s top inside linebacker.
- The Crimson Tide missed out on flipping a Florida linebacker commit.
Other Alabama news from around the Internet
- It’s been 33 years since Bear Bryant passed. Take a stroll down memory lane via AL.com’s Paul Beaudry.
- Ragland turned heads in both basketball and baseball when he was younger. AL.com’s Michael Casagrande found out why he chose football.
- Saban’s recruiting tactics impressed the coach of a New Orleans tight end recruit, AL.com’s Drew Champlin wrote.
- Saban’s dynasty is in full swing, SB Nation’s Ian Boyd wrote.
The best stories around the SEC
- See how Missouri players are reacting to a teammate’s alleged drug use.
- Sometimes moms don’t know all. A four-star NFL legacy is making strides towards choosing a school, but his mother doesn’t know which one.
- A former Texas A&M trainer is opening up about what went on between trainers and the coaching staff when it came to medically treating players.
- Texas A&M’s new offensive coordinator is earning a big chunk of change for his new position, according to a report.