Alabama Leads College Football with 14 Players Invited to 2018 NFL Combine
As college football's winningest class exits Alabama, it doesn't come as a surprise that loads of NFL talent is leaving with it.
The 2018 NFL Scouting Combine announced the participants for the annual event later this month and the Crimson Tide leads all schools with 14 players. That's the most ever under Nick Saban, which tells you just how talented the 2017 national championship team was.
Here's the list of Alabama players headed to Indianapolis:
- Anthony Averett (CB)
- Tony Brown (CB)
- Rashaan Evans (LB)
- Minkah Fitzpatrick (DB)
- Robert Foster (WR)
- Joshua Frazier (DT)
- Shaun Dion Hamilton (ILB)
- Da'Shawn Hand (DE)
- Ronnie Harrison (S)
- Da'Ron Payne (DT)
- Calvin Ridley (WR)
- Bo Scarbrough (RB)
- JK Scott (P)
- Levi Wallace (CB)
After the Crimson Tide, Ohio State (11), Georgia (10), LSU (10), FSU (9), Miami (9), and Penn State (8) had the next highest totals in country.
Alabama's next best year was 12 invitees in 2013. Last year's talented class had 10 participants in the NFL Combine.
You can see the entire list of participants here.