Crimson Tide's Ridley declares for NFL Draft

Crimson Tide's Ridley declares for NFL Draft

Crimson Tide's Ridley declares for NFL Draft

Alabama Running Back Bo Scarbrough, who just finished his junior season with the Crimson Tide, has signed with a sports marketing company and is headed to the National Football League, according to a source. Having been thoroughly prepared for that next step, I am truly ready, because in the beginning, I chose THE RIGHT SCHOOL.

Ridley finishes his Crimson Tide career among the all-time receiving leaders in program history, including ranking second in career touchdown receptions with 19 touchdowns following his game-tying score in Monday's championship game, breaking a tie with Muscle Shoals' own Dennis Homan. Fellow freshman Henry Ruggs III caught 12 passes for 229 yards and six TDs.

His three years at the University of Alabama were marred by injuries (knee, leg), but the former five-star prospect did record 1,512 yards rushing with 20 touchdowns on 267 carries from 2015-17. Ridley (6-foot-1, 190 pounds) may not have the size to be a prototypical No. 1 receiver in an National Football League offense, but everything else about his game suggests that he'll be productive at the next level.

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Going into the national championship game with Georgia, Harris led the SEC with an average of 8.2 yards per carry.

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. rates Ridley as the draft's top receiver and the 10th-best player overall in his big board.

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