TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — With the NFL draft being over and Alabama players getting ready to take their summer break as classes end for the semester, things are starting to slow down a bit.
But there is still a bit of Alabama news trickling out, and we’ve got you covered.
Here are four things to know:
- Alabama reportedly added a non-conference game to its 2018 schedule.
- The 2016 NFL draft is over so we’re looking ahead to 2017. Here are some of Alabama’s top prospects.
- A 2016 JUCO defensive lineman said he’ll pick between Alabama and Ole Miss on Thursday.
- Only stubbornness can stop the SEC from benefiting from the reversal of the ban on satellite camps.
Other Alabama news from around the internet
- Alabama is scheduled to receive the Football Foundation MacArthur Bowl on Friday.
- Alabama women’s golf stars Emma Talley and Cheyenne Knight were named to the First Team All-SEC while coach Mic Potter was named SEC Coach of the Year.
- Heading into the final week of the regular season, Alabama’s softball team ranks among the top-five in the country.
The best stories from around the SEC
- A notable Auburn player was invited to an NFL team’s tryout.
- It looks like Florida is ready to get into the satellite camp game.
- Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze had a great day on the golf course.