Alabama Crimson Tide 2024 NFL Draft Tracker

Tracking the outcomes of 12 Alabama football players who are hoping to be selected between April 25-27.
Dec 2, 2023; Atlanta, GA, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Dallas Turner (15) celebrates after a
Dec 2, 2023; Atlanta, GA, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Dallas Turner (15) celebrates after a / John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

The Alabama football team had many players lead the Crimson Tide to a 12-2 record and an SEC Championship title last season. The season culminated with a loss in the College Football Playoff semifinal and the No. 5 spot in the final AP Top 25.

At least 12 of these leaders are ready for the next chapter of their football careers—the 2024 NFL Draft—from April 25-27. BamaCentral will be tracking where and when the Crimson Tide products are selected right here. Be sure to refresh this page to see the live updates, as the first round kicks off at 7 p.m. CT on ABC, ESPN and NFL Network.

Alabama Crimson Tide 2024 NFL Draft Tracker

Also of Note: Alabama Transfers

  • Alabama/Oregon cornerback Khyree Jackson selected by Minnesota Vikings 108th overall
  • Alabama/UCF wide receiver Javon Bake selected by New England Patriots 110th overall
  • Alabama/Texas running back Keilan Robinson selected by Jacksonville Jaguars 167th overall

Undrafted Free Agent Pickups

Here's a preview for each of the 10 Alabama players who were invited to last month's NFL Combine:

Edge rusher Dallas Turner was widely expected to be the successor of now-NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Will Anderson Jr. to start this past season, and he most certainly didn't disappoint. The SEC Defensive Player of the Year and Consensus All-American finished 2023 second in the conference in tackles for loss (15) and first in sacks (10).

Cornerback Terrion Arnold led Alabama with five interceptions this past season, when he was named a first-team All-America by the Associated Press, and second-team selection by the American Football Coaches Association and The Sporting News. The redshirt sophomore was also named All-SEC by league coaches, and was a second-team pick by media as he led the conference with 16 passes defended.

Offensive tackle JC Latham started two seasons at right tackle for the Crimson Tide, and was named a second team All-American by the Associated Press, the FWAA, The Sporting News, and Walter Camp for his play in 2023. He was selected as a First Team All-SEC player by both the AP and the league's coaches.

Cornerback Kool-Aid McKinstry finished second on the team behind Arnold with seven pass breakups. He also totaled 32 tackles this season. His numbers dipped a bit from last season, as opposing quarterbacks didn't throw toward him as often due to an elite sophomore campaign. Nevertheless, McKinstry was still named an AP All-American.

Edge rusher Chris Braswell finished second on the team and fifth in the conference with eight sacks, and logged 42 tackles, including 10.5 for loss and an SEC-best three forced fumbles. He also blocked a kick and logged a pick-six. Braswell was named to the All-SEC Second Team.

Wide receiver Jermaine Burton led Alabama in touchdowns and receiving yards with 39 catches for 798 yards and eight touchdowns. He had four catches for 21 yards in the season-ending Rose Bowl loss to Michigan.

Edge rusher Justin Eboigbe was on and off of the field in his first four years at Alabama, but he truly broke out this past season. In 2023, he recorded career-highs in every stat category, including 11.5 tackles for loss (10th-best in the SEC) and seven sacks (eighth-best in the conference). He was named to the All-SEC First Team.

Running back Jase McClellan finally stepped into a starting role as a senior in 2023 after multiple injury-riddled seasons, and made the most of it. On 180 carries, McClellan amassed 890 yards and eight touchdowns on the ground, leading the Crimson Tide in both carries and rushing yards.

Safety Jaylen Key transferred to Alabama this past offseason after an extremely successful year at UAB. In 12 games with the Crimson Tide this past season, he recorded 60 tackles and an interception.

Kicker Will Reichard finished his collegiate career as the NCAA's all-time points leader with 547 thanks to 84 field goals and 295 PATs. He accumulated 121 points in his final season on 22-of-25 field goals and 55 PATs in as many tries.

Other Alabama NFL draft hopefuls who didn't receive combine invites/participated in pro day.

  • Linebacker Trezmen Marshall
  • Offensive lineman Darrian Dalcourt

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Hunter De Siver


Hunter De Siver is a graduate from the University of Alabama, earning a degree in sports media. During his time in Tuscaloosa, Hunter distributed articles covering Alabama football, basketball, and baseball for WVUA 23 TV and discussed these topics on Tide 100.9 FM. Hunter also generated articles highlighting Crimson Tide products in the NFL and NBA for BamaCentral. Since graduation, he's been contributing a plethora of NFL and NBA stories for FanNation and is a staff writer at MizzouCentral, Cowbell Corner and is back at BamaCentral.