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April 30, 2016    
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A Visit to Rhodes
I know many faithful readers of mybama may remember that I have always wanted to see the Tide play in Rhodes Stadium. This spring I was able to cross that off my bucket list and it was well worth the trip.  

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Alabama Football
Six University of Alabama players were selected in the second and third rounds of the 2016 National Football League Draft Friday evening . . .
University of Alabama

Center Ryan Kelly was the only Alabama player drafted in the first round, an unexpected development as Ragland, Robinson and Reed — who were all in Chicago for the draft — were all widely projected to go in the first round. However, Friday went better for the Tide . . .
Huntsville Times

Davis isn't just another Alabama assistant football coach. He coached the defensive line, the single strongest position group on the 2015 national championship team. He worked for Saban at LSU, with the Miami Dolphins and in two separate stints with the Crimson Tide . . .
Mobile Press-Register

"When they got DeMarco, I didn't think they would choose me," Henry said, "which I am glad they did. After the Combine, we didn't get to talk much . . .
Nashville Tennessean

Thumping inside linebacker with throwback size and tone­setting mentality. Ragland is a confident and capable early starter in league who has the temperament to become one of the premier run­-stopping inside linebackers in the pro game . . .
Bleacher Report

After a slow start to the NFL Draft, Alabama accounted for nearly 10 percent of the picks in the first two rounds with six in the first 63 picks . . .
Tuscaloosa News

They also added that Robinson's presence could benefit the linebackers on Detroit's defense, "His production doesn't always show on the stat sheet was mostly asked to two-gap, clog things up and occupy blockers to free up the linebackers at Alabama . . .
CBS Sports

Ragland was one of three Alabama defenders expected to be first-round picks who had to wait until Friday, along with defensive tackles A'Shawn Robinson and Jarran Reed . . .
The Sporting News

It wasn't the second overall pick this time, but the Titans chose Alabama's Derrick Henry at No. 45. With that selection, Tennessee became the first team in NFL history to draft Heisman winners in consecutive drafts . . .
CBS Sports

After waiting through the first 40 picks of the 2016 NFL Draft, much longer than many expected, several prominent members of Alabama's national championship squad went off the board in a flurry this evening . . .
Florence Times-Daily

After waiting more than 24 hours to make a pick, New England grabbed Alabama cornerback Cyrus Jones in the second round with the No. 60 overall pick . . .
The Boston Globe

"Patience is a virtue," Reed told reporters after the selection. "It was a long wait, but it was worth it. I'm happy to be a part of the Seahawks organization . . .
Seattle Post-Intellegencer

He Miami Dolphins are banking on his potential, selecting Kenyan Drake with the No. 73 overall selection in the third round . . .
SB Nation

The Bills traded up eight slots in the second round Friday to make sure they could pick Alabama inside linebacker Reggie Ragland . . .
Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat amd Chronicle

More News
Can Alabama baseball be a contender again? . . .
SB Nation

Less than one month after banning satellite camps for FBS teams, the NCAA has had a change of heart on the matter . . .
Bleacher Report

Alabama senior center fielder Haylie McCleney has been named the 2015-16 Southeastern Conference H. Boyd McWorther Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year . . .
Bama Magazine

Other News of Note
Linwood Foy at the College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita is taking an official visit to Auburn this weekend hoping to land an offer . . .
Huntsville Times

The chances of Demetris Robertson wearing red and black this year would not have been as strong if the previous coaching staff was still in place . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

To even suspect that Henry's best days may be behind him because some of his predecessors at Alabama enjoyed better years in college than they have so far in the NFL is short-sighted, narrow-minded and just plain foolish . . .
Birmingham News


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