Tide Top 10 in 2012: No. 9 - Four Alabama players selected in NFL Draft's 1st round, 8 overall-al.comNo team had more players drafted than the Crimson Tide did in 2012
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Tide Top 10 in 2012: No. 8 - A star is born as Alabama freshman T.J. Yeldon runs wild at A-Day scrimmage-al.comHe finished his freshman year with 1,000 yards and 11 touchdowns.
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No big surprise, but Texas A&M defensive end Damontre Moore plans to give up his senior season and will enter the NFL draft. ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. has the 6-foot-4, 248-pound Moore rated as the No. 4 overall prospect in April's NFL draft. Moore is tied for second in the SEC with 12 sacks and ranks third with 20 tackles for loss. He proved this season that he could be effective in a 4-3 scheme after playing previously as an outside linebacker in a 3-4 scheme. Moore's two teammates -- offensive tackles Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews -- have yet to make their decisions on the NFL draft. Both are projected as first-round picks, and Joeckel has been pegged as a top-5 selection by some analysts.
Here's an updated list of SEC underclassmen who've already declared for the NFL draft:
Tide Top 10 in 2012: No. 7 - Alabama dominates Auburn in an Iron Bowl blowout for the ages-al.comThe Crimson Tide scored seven touchdowns on its first seven possessions in one of the most lopsided games in the series' history.
Each day until the BCS National Championship Game, Daily Bama Blog contributor Brett Hudson will count down to kickoff, giving us bits and pieces of that day's significance to Alabama and Notre Dame. Today is seven days until the game, which means Brett is examining the number "seven."
Best-on-best at Alabama practices is challenging and can be frustrating, Haha Clinton-Dix says-al.comIt's hard trying to stop Eddie Lacy, he says. And the offensive line "enjoy it, so when they get stopped, they're very upset."