How Many First-Rounders Will Alabama Produce In The 2020 Draft
Monday morning Jordan Reid, Senior NFL Draft Analyst for The Draft Network joined Host of "Southern Fried Sports" Travis Reier to discuss his Mock Draft and how many Alabama players he's projecting to go in the first three rounds.
"There is going to be mixed reviews about Tua," Reid told Host Reier. "Of course it's going to be his durability. Not just his hip, but both of the ankle injuries he had suffered during his time at Alabama. The injury history is a little bit alarming."
"I think the talent kind of trumps that," Reid continued. "If I had to guess, I think he's still going to be a top-five selection. Just because of supply-and-demand for this kind of quarterback class."
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"I think of any offensive tackle from this class," Reid told Reier about Jedrick Wills Jr. "I think he is the most pro ready to step on the field right away. Just a bruising run-blocker who I think is very fluid as a pass-protector as well."
"He only allowed on sack this past year," Reid continued. "So that goes to show you just how reliable he is in all of those areas. It wouldn't surprise me if the Giants do take him as the fourth overall pick."
Listen to Travis' full conversation with Reid and find out how many Alabama players he's projecting to be drafted in the first three rounds of the 2020 Draft by clicking on the video above.
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