From 2021 Player Ratings:
II- CB Alabama, 6-2, 203,
#2- He is my 9th rated
player in the 2021 NFL Draft Preview: Long tall CB with great
smarts and instincts. He doesn’t give up much. I mean, WRs can
struggle to just get off the line. He doesn’t give up anything.
Knows how to cut off the WR. Knows how to trap him on the line: Read More.
DT/DE, Alabama, 6-5, 292, #89- Big D-end who you cannot run
at. Quicker and more agile than a guy his size should be. Super
athletic and twitchy. He can get cut blocked to the ground, power
up instantly and hit the RB. Great eye discipline, he had a Sack
against Mississippi State on a Flea-Flicker:
CB, Alabama, 6-1, 192, #28- Young. He has some snap in his
hips. Plays the man not the ball. When he gets his hand on the WR
first he wins. Best in Press. Twitchy. Tall. Aggressive. Good
hitter. Not afraid of the physical stuff. He plays Off. Good job
holding his position infront of the WR. Primarily a special teamer
last season: Read More.
DL, RS-Soph, Alabama, 6-5, 310, #58- When he gets the QB in
his sights, he smacks him down. Big huge dude who devastates QBs
when he tackles them. He looks bigger than his listed weight.
Remarkable size, speed, strength combo, with terrific football
skills, instincts and smarts: Read More.
Moses- 6-3, 235, ILB,
Alabama, #32- He did not play in 2020. I had him rated at 82 in
2019 and 92 in 2020:
I’m not his biggest fan. I was not a big fan of Mack Wilson, who
I though was slow to the hole. He needs to have more impact plays
this season. He played OLB in Even fronts sometimes and in odd
fronts at ILB. He led Alabama last season (2018) with 86 tackles: Read
240, LB- Junior (2018): Veteran backer who worked on defense and special teams ... totaled 14 tackles for the season with one for loss (-1 yard) in 10 games of action as a junior. Louisville: Made one stop for the Tide from his linebacker post. Arkansas State: Posted two tackles against the Red Wolves. Ole Miss: Recorded a career-high three tackles against the Rebels, including one for loss (-1
OLT, Alabama, 6-6, 312, #70- He has very long arms, and plays
at arm’s length very well. He was the best Left Tackle in the
SEC. He faced the best and fastest rushers in the SEC and he only
gave up 2 Sacks and 3 hurries last season! Read
WR, Alabama, 6-1, 175, #6- He reminds me of Antonio Brown.
Only hopefully without the chaos. He has become a star. On a team
with some elite WRs, he has taken over as maybe the best. He has
shown a knack for catching TDs in the past two weeks: Ole Miss and
A&M. Phenomenal speed in pattern. Read More.
WR Alabama, 5-10, 182, #17- Like Donta Smith, when he got on
the field he dominated. He is a smaller, probably a Slot WR, in
the NFL. When he gets the ball in his hands he is dynamic. He is
field fast in the SEC. He could get lost in the shuffle in the
Draft next year. But he can play. Read More.
6-2, 230, RB, Alabama, #22- He
is a serious 1st Round talent who still has a lot of tread on his
tires, because of the Alabama system of having three or four top
RB recruits on the team every season. I’d take him in the 1st,
but he is most likely to drift into the 2nd Round because of
position. I like him more than Josh Jacobs. But, Harris will end
up with a lot more career carries at Alabama than Jacobs. Read More.
ORG, Alabama, Rs-Sr, 6-4, 350, #65-
Plays with good knee bend. Quick and balanced in pass pro. When he
plays with his hands up you can’t beat him in pass pro. Good
zone blocker. Smooth moving laterally with one arm holding off the
DT. Teams refuse to rush his lane, which is saying something when
you look at their O-line last season.
6-1, 228, RB- Junior (2019):
The Crimson Tide’s power back ... totaled 441 yards and five touchdowns on 96 carries ... also added 11 receptions for 124 yards ... recorded a UA first down or touchdown on 31 of his carries with five of his receptions moving the sticks as a
6-2, 248, TE- Transferred from UNC.
Season: Appeared in 11 games as a tight end • Missed the Georgia Tech and Wake Forest games with injury • Notched five receptions for 54 yards and one TD • Caught one pass for 16 yards against Miami • Scored his first TD of the season from 12 yards out as part of a three reception, 34-yard performance against App State • Added a reception for four yards at
6-5, 244, Rs-Sr, TE- Veteran who stepped into the starting role following the departures of Hale Hentges and Irv Smith Jr. ... caught 15 passes for 167 yards with four touchdowns to his name ... suffered an injury in the Arkansas matchup that held him out until the Citrus Bowl ... tabbed to the Mackey Award Watch List in the preseason ... selected as one of the Alabama coaching staff’s offensive players of the week for his play against
Dickerson- 6-6, 325, OL- Redshirt Junior (2019): A graduate transfer from Florida State who arrived before the start of fall camp and earned a starting job on the interior of the offensive line ... earned honorable mention All-America accolades at guard by Pro Football Focus ... named an All-SEC second-team honoree at center by the league coaches ... selected to the All-SEC second team at guard by the Associated Press ... started all 13 games, four at right guard and nine at center where he settled in for the remainder of the season ... graded out at nearly 88 percent at two different positions ... allowed only one sack and four quarterback hurries all season ... missed just four assignments in 727 snaps all season (99.4 percent success rate).
From 2021 Player Ratings:
QB Texas A&M, 6-3, 217, #11- Inconsistent QB. He has
everything you want in a QB except consistency. Except, you need
consistency from your QB to win consistently. He made a great
decision to stay in school. Plays better as the game goes on. He
has some clutch in him. Tends to start out slow and plays better
in the 2nd half and 4th quarter:
6-5, 300, Rs-Sr-
(SENIOR): Made the start at center and helped clear the way for Isaiah Spiller's fifth career 100-yard rushing game in the season-opening win over
2019 (JUNIOR): Played in eight games … Earned the Offensive Unselfish Leadership Award at the annual team
#73 Jared Hocker-
ORG, 6-5, 325-
(SENIOR): Made the start at right guard and helped clear the way for Isaiah Spiller's fifth career 100-yard rushing game in the season-opening win over
2019 (JUNIOR): Started all 13 games … Made the start in the season-opening win over Texas State, clearing the way for two 100-yard
#54 Carson Green- 6-3, 320, ORT, SR- 2020
(SENIOR): Made the start at right tackle and helped clear the way for Isaiah Spiller's fifth career 100-yard rushing game in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt ... Was named to the Preseason Coaches' All-SEC Third
6-6, 295, DT- 2020 (SENIOR): Made the start at tackle and had five tackles, 1.5 for loss, in the season-opening win over
6-5, 270, DE, Rr-Sr-
(SENIOR): Served as team captain for the season opener ... Matched his career total entering the season with 1.5 sacks in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt, including a fourth-quarter sack for a 10-yard
#33 Aaron Hansford-
6-3, 245k LB, Rs-Sr-
(SENIOR): Made the start at linebacker and helped lead the defense with 11 tackles, reaching double figures in the category for the first time in his career, in the season-opening win over
#1 Buddy Johnson-
6-2, 240, LB,- Workout Warrior.
(SENIOR): Served as team captain in the season opener ... Helped lead the defense with 11 tackles, reaching double figures in the category for the third time in his career in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt ... Prior to the season, was named to the Nagurski and Butkus Award Watch
#0 Myles Jones- 6-4, 185, Safety-
(SENIOR): Had four tackles and a breakup in the season-opening win over
2019 (JUNIOR): Started all 13 games … Was second on the team with six pass breakups on the year … Had two interceptions, returned for 33 total yards in the season-opening win over Texas State