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While at Bama...
1A. BJ Scott (5 Star)
1B. Tyler Love (5 Star)
3. Kerry Murphy (5 Star at one time, dropped to 4 star)
4. Star Jackson (4 star)
5. Glenn Harbin (4 star)
6. Alonzo Lawrence (5 star consideration, high 4 star)
7. Jerrell Harris (high 4 star)
8. Michael Bowman (4 star)
9. Kendall Kelly (4 star)
10. Rod Woodson (4 star)
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To me Tyler Love, Star Jackson and Rod Woodson have to be the biggest disapointments. There was just so much potential in all 3 of them and they never really contributed. You could throw BJ in there, but he will probably at least get a shot at the NFL as a FA. not knocking these kids, just stating my opinion.
I would not have Jerrell Harris on that list. Yes he fell a good bit short of the hype, but as a Senior he was a solid contributor to the team and is on a practice squad in the NFL. That's pretty good imo, even if it took him a lot longer to develop than we thought it should.
I would agree with most of the rest though
This post was edited by BamaProf 19 months ago
I agree anyone who makes an NFL roster can't really be a bust. One thing that hurt Harris was the fact so many people ran spread with 3-4 wides lately. In the 90s dude might have had much better stats.
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Dont sweat it. Nothing wrong with this thread. It is what it is.
And im still hoping Tana makes a bigger contribution just for his sake.
"We're modern-day gladiators, and that mental toughness is really important to have in a good team." Nick Saban
Kendall got a medical scholly for his hip/groin. Not much he can do about that. But I'm not guaranteeing he would've lived up to the hype. Could've played either WR or S/Star however and contributed
I'd have to say my hometown boy William Ming. I really thought he would eventually push for PT. His body type makes him a tweener and it doesn't look like he was able to change one way or the other in size or strength.
I almost give BJ a pass because it seemed more of a problem of finding his spot than just not using his ability. To me it has to be Tyler Love. Everything I read from message boards and recruiting boards at the time I expected him to like Fluker...maybe redshirt a year and then be dominant run blocking tackle.
Yeah I'd also pull Kendall K and J Harris off that list and add Phillip Sims and Corey Grant.
This post was edited by Run37 19 months ago
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