Former Alabama linebacker Dylan Moses was undrafted in the 2021 NFL Draft.

According to NFL insider Tom Pelissero, Moses has signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent.

The 2017 five-star spent four years at Alabama, most notably deciding to forego the 2020 draft and return for his senior season following a bit of a fiasco involving his father.

Moses was a highly touted prospect going into his junior season in 2019 before a knee injury derailed the young star's career, ultimately leading to him returning for a final season, citing "unfinished business".

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In his first two seasons at Alabama, Moses was an excellent linebacker, showing a special blend of run stopping and pass defense with his elite level athleticism, but following his injury, Moses appeared to lose a step in his game in 2020. The once freakishly athletic linebacker looked slower in 2020, causing many to question his durability.

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Moses recently revealed he played most of his final season at Alabama injured, highlighting the root concern for most scouts who thought the knee injury may have permanently affected his game.

He goes undrafted alongside teammates Miller Forristall (TE), Joshua McMillon (LB) and Carl Tucker (TE).

According to Peliddero, Forristall has signed with the Tennessee Titans.

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