Alabama is holding a press conference on Friday to announce the NFL Draft decisions of several Crimson Tide underclassmen.
Two of those players have already come to a decision, according to AL.com’s Matt Zenitz. Citing sources, Zenitz reports that offensive tackle Cam Robinson and cornerback Marlon Humphrey are expected to opt for the NFL.
Robinson, who won the 2016 Outland Trophy awarded to the nation’s top interior lineman, is ranked as the draft’s No. 1 offensive tackle prospect and the No. 14 player overall, according to CBS Sports. He was a first-team All-SEC player each of the last two seasons.
Humphrey is rated as the draft’s No. 2 cornerback prospect, according to CBS Sports, behind Florida’s Jalen ‘Teez’ Tabor. He is also viewed as the No. 20 overall prospect in April’s draft.
The sophomore redshirted his first season in Tuscaloosa and was voted a Freshman All-American. In 2016, Humphrey collected 36 tackles, six tackles for loss, 2 interceptions and one touchdown.
AL.com also reported on Wednesday that wide receiver ArDarius Stewart is also expected to leave for the NFL.