Episode 2 of the outstanding Alabama Media Group “Road to the Pros” series on Najee Harris was released today. This episode focuses on the Alabama years. Harris has some revealing stories about fitting in early in his time in Tuscaloosa, as well as how the Black Lives Matter march came about last year.
In an Instagram post this evening, D.J. Fluker said his goodbyes to Baltimore and announced that he’ll be signing with the Miami Dolphins.
Albert Breer has this great tidbit on Mac Jones in his Monday Morning Quarterback column.
Next Gen Stats lists Patrick Surtain II as one of its “can’t miss” prospects in the 2021 draft.
Donta Hall had his first media availability with the Orlando beat after today’s practice.
Bo Scarbrough announced that he’ll be hosting a football camp this July in Tuscaloosa.
Jaylen Waddle has not run a 40 for NFL scouts during his draft prep, so teams are improvising and are going by his GPS data at Alabama.
Former Alabama women’s basketball player Karyla Middlebrook has been hired as an assistant coach at Kansas.
Cameron Wolfe of ESPN penned a piece looking at the ties between Alabama and the Miami Dolphins – and it was published before the D.J. Fluker signing was announced.
Bobby Humphrey will be tomorrow’s guest on The Bama Standard podcast.
Daron Payne and Marlon Humphrey took part in the Legends Day basketball event in Atlanta over the weekend.
Former Alabama soccer player and Paralympic cyclist Jennifer Schuble was the subject of a Team USA tweet promoting the upcoming Tokyo Paralympics.
Alex Leatherwood, not a cat person.
- Joshua Frazier – signed by the Tri-City Rush of the American West Football Conference (indoor football)
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