Thank you, Crimson Tide A season to remember has wrapped with a disappointing end but do not despair! To paraphrase Alfred Lord Tennyson, "'tis better to have played in the National Championship Game and lost than never to have played at all."
Losing is no fun, but what an incredible season! The Jalen Hurts story is enough for two movies, a book tour, and a lifetime of motivational speeches. Tua's incredible talent isn't going anywhere. Saban will rebuild the defense likes he always does. Signing date is fast approaching in February bringing new talent. Imagine what next season will bring!
It's easy to see why Boykin has emerged as a major recruiting target for Alabama and Auburn . . . Huntsville Times
The first of the three Alabama players selected in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft on Thursday night -- defensive tackle Quinnen Williams -- can expect to sign a four-year contract worth about $32.4 million with the New York Jets . . . Birmingham News
Josh Jacobs was selected with the No. 24 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders . . . Bama Online
Adding the dominant Quinnen Williams to Leonard Williams, C.J. Mosley, and Jamal Adams makes the Jets an imposing defense up the middle . . . Los Angeles Times
Jonah Williams was considered good enough to play tackle, but if he struggles he can move to guard and not miss a beat . . . CBS Sports
Cincy makes the former Tide lineman their first round pick of the Draft . . . SB Nation
With the third pick in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, the New York Jets selected University of Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams . . . Fox Sports
No. 11 pick: The Cincinnati Bengals select Jonah Williams . . . SB Nation
There is more to Williams than just size, athleticism and a Nick Saban seal of approval . . . Bleacher Report
Unfortunately, Saban won't be able to attend the NFL Draft as he usually does. But, make no mistake, he's already spoken to all 32 GMs and head coaches multiple times in the past four months . . . SB Nation
Josh Jacobs' usage rate in Tuscaloosa — 251 career carries for 1,491 yards and 16 touchdowns — was different than most top-level backfield players before him . . . Bama Online
An NFL team might select the former Brother Martin and Alabama tight end in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday . . . New Orleans Times-Picayune
The Crimson Tide will welcome two more additions during the summer in signees Jordan Battle and Demarcco Hellams, but for the 15 practices, safety was thin . . . Bama Online
The Crimson Tide earned the No. 10 seed at the Auburn Regional, which will be May 6-8 at the par 72, 6,500-yard Saugahatchee Country Club . . . Tuscaloosa News
Stephen Jones, the Cowboys' CEO and director of player personnel, "We are very happy with where we have ended up in terms of what we could get at our pick in terms of a receiver or any other player in terms of what we ended up with with Amari . . . Birmingham News
"Kyle Cameron did a great job out of the bullpen of settling the game after Jacksonville State took the lead on us twice. We responded each time and were able to pull away there late," said Alabama head coach Brad Bohannon . . . ESPN
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