List of Alabama Crimson Tide players in the NFL draft

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Joe Namath wearing glasses and a green shirt.
Joe Namath was the first overall selection in the 1965 AFL draft.

The University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team has had 355 players drafted into the National Football League (NFL) since the league began holding drafts in 1936.[1][A 1] This includes 61 players taken in the first round and two overall number one picks, Harry Gilmer in the 1948 NFL draft and Joe Namath in the 1965 AFL draft.[1] 29former Alabama players have been selected to a Pro Bowl, 31 have won a championship with their respective teams and eight have been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Each NFL franchise seeks to add new players through the annual NFL draft. The draft rules were last updated in 2009. The team with the worst record the previous year picks first, the next-worst team second, and so on. Teams that did not make the playoffs are ordered by their regular-season record with any remaining ties broken by strength of schedule. Playoff participants are sequenced after non-playoff teams, based on their round of elimination (wild card, division, conference, and Super Bowl).[3] Prior to the merger agreements in 1966, the American Football League (AFL) operated in direct competition with the NFL and held a separate draft. This led to a bidding war over top prospects between the two leagues. As part of the merger agreement on June 8, 1966, the two leagues held a multiple-round "common draft". Once the AFL officially merged with the NFL in 1970, the common draft became the NFL draft.[2]

Selections[edit]

Ken Stabler was drafted 52nd overall by the Oakland Raiders in the 1968 NFL draft.
John Hannah was drafted 4th overall by the New England Patriots in the 1973 NFL draft.
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Chris Samuels was drafted 3rd overall by the Washington Redskins in the 2000 NFL draft.
An American football player wearing a blue jersey.
Shaun Alexander was drafted 19th overall by the Seattle Seahawks in the 2000 NFL draft.
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Jarret Johnson was drafted 109th overall by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2003 NFL draft.
Evan Mathis was drafted 79th overall by the Carolina Panthers in the 2005 NFL draft.
Roman Harper was drafted 43rd overall by the New Orleans Saints in the 2006 NFL draft.
Brodie Croyle was drafted 85th overall by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2006 NFL draft.
Le'Ron McClain was drafted 137th overall by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2007 NFL draft.
Andre Smith was drafted 6th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2009 NFL draft.
Glen Coffee was drafted 74th overall by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2009 NFL draft.
Rolando McClain was drafted 8th overall by the Oakland Raiders in the 2010 NFL draft.
Kareem Jackson was drafted 20th overall by the Houston Texans in the 2010 NFL draft.
Marcell Dareus was drafted 3rd overall by the Buffalo Bills in the 2011 NFL draft.
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Julio Jones was drafted 6th overall by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2011 NFL draft.
James Carpenter was drafted 25th overall by the Seattle Seahawks in the 2011 NFL draft.
Mark Ingram was drafted 28th overall by the New Orleans Saints in the 2011 NFL draft.
Trent Richardson was drafted 3rd overall by the Cleveland Browns in the 2012 NFL draft.
Mark Barron was drafted 7th overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2012 NFL draft.
Dre Kirkpatrick was drafted 17th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2012 NFL draft.
Don't'a Hightower was drafted 25th overall by the New England Patriots in the 2012 NFL draft.
Courtney Upshaw was drafted 35th overall by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2012 NFL draft.
Chance Warmack was drafted 10th overall by the Tennessee Titans in the 2013 NFL draft.
D. J. Fluker was drafted 11th overall by the San Diego Chargers in the 2013 NFL draft.
Eddie Lacy was drafted 61st overall by the Green Bay Packers in the 2013 NFL draft.
Barrett Jones was drafted 113th overall by the St. Louis Rams in the 2013 NFL draft.
C. J. Mosley was drafted 17th overall by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2014 NFL draft.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was drafted 21st overall by the Green Bay Packers in the 2014 NFL draft.
Amari Cooper was drafted 4th overall by the Oakland Raiders in the 2015 NFL draft.

Key[edit]

* Selected to an all-star game (AFL All-Star game, NFL All-Star game or Pro Bowl)
dagger Won a league championship (AFL championship, NFL championship, or Super Bowl)
double-dagger Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame

American Football League[edit]

List of players drafted into the AFL showing year drafted, round drafted, overall selection number, player name, position, team drafted by and other notes
Year Round Overall Player name Position AFL team Notes
1960 1
1 Chuck Allen Tackle New York Titans
2 Don Cochran Tackle Houston Oilers
1961
[4]
No selections
1962
[5]
5 39 Bill Rice End Houston Oilers
6 46 Billy Neighbors* Guard Boston Patriots AFL All-Star Game (1963)
17 131 Tommy Brooker*dagger End Dallas Texans AFL All-Star Game (1964)
AFL championship (1962, 1966)
23 180 Ray Abruzzesedagger Safety Buffalo Bills AFL championship (1964)
24 187 Pat Trammell Quarterback Dallas Texans
1963
[6]
2 14 Lee Roy Jordan Linebacker Boston Patriots
6 41 Butch Wilson Tight end Oakland Raiders
7 55 Richard Williamson End Boston Patriots
1964
[7]
8 59 Steve Wright Offensive tackle New York Jets
12 94 Benny Nelson Defensive back Houston Oilers
1965
[8]
1 1 Joe Namath*daggerdouble-dagger Quarterback New York Jets AFL All-Star Game (1965, 1967, 1968, 1969)
Pro Bowl (1972)
Super Bowl Champion (III)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (1985)
8 58 Ray Ogden Tight end Houston Oilers
19 147 Frank McClendon Tackle Oakland Raiders
1966
[9]
17 150 Tommy Tolleson Wide receiver New York Jets
20 179 Steve Bowman Halfback Oakland Raiders

National Football League[edit]

Year Round Pick Overall Player name Position NFL team Notes
1936 1 2 2 Riley Smith Blocking Back Boston Redskins
4 4 31 Paul Bryant End Brooklyn Dodgers
5 8 44 Kavanaugh Francis Center Detroit Lions
1937 2 4 14 Arthur White*dagger Back New York Giants Pro Bowl (1942)
NFL championship (1938)
1938 2 3 13 Joe Kilgrow Back Brooklyn Dodgers
7 3 53 Leroy Monsky Guard Brooklyn Dodgers
1939 3 8 23 Charley Holm Back Washington Redskins
9 3 73 Lew Bostick Guard Cleveland Rams
1940 4 5 30 Bobby Wood Tackle Cleveland Rams
5 4 34 Walt Merrill Tackle Brooklyn Dodgers
11 3 93 Cary Cox Center Pittsburgh Steelers
11 8 138 Hayward Sanford End Washington Redskins
1941 3 10 25 Fred Davis Tackle Washington Redskins
7 8 58 Hal Newman End Brooklyn Dodgers
10 10 90 Ed Hickerson Guard Washington Redskins
1942 9 9 79 Noah Langdale Tackle Green Bay Packers
14 3 123 John Wyhonic Guard Philadelphia Eagles
18 10 170 Holt Rast End Chicago Bears
19 4 174 Jimmy Nelson Back Chicago Cardinals
1943 4 3 28 Joe Domnanovich Center Brooklyn Dodgers
5 3 33 George Hecht Guard Chicago Cardinals
8 10 70 Tony Leon Guard Washington Redskins
14 2 122 George Weeks End Philadelphia Eagles
14 5 125 Sam Sharpe End Cleveland Rams
15 2 132 Russ Craft* Back Philadelphia Eagles Pro Bowl (1952, 1953)
25 6 236 Dave Brown Back New York Giants
29 4 274 Al Sabo Back Brooklyn Dodgers
1944 9 2 78 Mitchell Olenski Tackle Brooklyn Tigers
9 6 82 Don Whitmire Tackle Green Bay Packers
13 6 126 Bill Baughman Center Green Bay Packers
22 2 221 Ted Cook End Brooklyn Tigers
27 6 279 Andy Bires End New York Giants
27 8 281 Jack McKewan Tackle Chicago Bears
1945 8 5 70 Johnny August Back Cleveland Rams
13 5 125 Jack Aland Tackle Cleveland Rams
14 2 133 Hal Self Back Brooklyn Tigers
17 6 170 Bobby Tom Jenkins Back Washington Redskins
18 6 181 Jim McWhorter Back Detroit Lions
23 9 239 Norm Mosley Back Philadelphia Eagles
25 6 258 Jack Green Guard Chicago Bears
30 5 312 Charley Compton Tackle Cleveland Rams
31 4 322 Ken Reese Back Philadelphia Eagles
32 5 329 John Staples Guard New York Giants
1946 8 1 61 Phil Tinsley End Chicago Cardinals
16 5 145 Nick Terizzi Tackle New York Giants
26 10 250 D. J. Gambrell Center Los Angeles Rams
29 9 279 Fay Mills Tackle Washington Redskins
1947 24 1 216 Bill Capenhead Back Detroit Lions
1948 1 1 1 Harry Gilmer* Halfback Washington Redskins Pro Bowl (1950, 1952)
1 4 4 Lowell Tew Back Washington Redskins
1 5 5 Vaughn Mancha Center Boston Yanks
5 9 34 John Wozniak* Guard Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl (1952)
10 9 84 Ray Richeson Guard Philadelphia Eagles
23 2 207 Roy Steiner End Detroit Lions
1949 7 9 70 Jim Cain End Chicago Cardinals
10 5 96 Bob Hood End Pittsburgh Steelers
13 3 114 Rebel Roy Steiner End Green Bay Packers
16 7 158 Dick Flowers Tackle Washington Redskins
20 4 195 Pat O'Sullivan Center New York Giants
1950 19 5 240 Ed White End Washington Redskins
26 2 328 Red Noonan Back New York Bulldogs
1951 1 9 9 Butch Avinger Fullback Pittsburgh Steelers
2 1 15 Eddie Salem Back Washington Redskins
6 11 73 Herb Hannah Tackle New York Giants
8 8 94 Larry Lauer Center New York Yanks
12 8 143 Al Lary End New York Giants
14 6 165 Mike Mizerany Guard Pittsburgh Steelers
22 2 257 Elliot Speed Center Washington Redskins
25 7 298 Tommy Calvin Back Pittsburgh Steelers
1952 8 10 95 Billy Shipp Tackle New York Giants
26 5 306 Bobby Wilson Back Pittsburgh Steelers
28 3 328 Harold Lutz End Chicago Cardinals
1953 1 8 8 Bobby Marlow Halfback New York Giants
8 2 87 Jerry Watford Guard Chicago Cardinals
9 7 92 Jess Richardson Tackle Philadelphia Eagles
21 3 244 Joe Curtis End Chicago Cardinals
22 6 247 Bob Conway Back Green Bay Packers
23 8 273 Travis Hunt Tackle San Francisco 49ers
29 10 347 Clell Hobson Back Cleveland Browns
1954 7 10 83 Sid Youngelman Tackle San Francisco 49ers
10 1 110 Tommy Lewis Back Chicago Cardinals
12 1 134 Bill Oliver Back Green Bay Packers
25 2 291 John Smalley Tackle Green Bay Packers
26 1 302 Ralph Carrigan Center Chicago Cardinals
1955 5 5 54 George Mason Tackle Pittsburgh Steelers
6 6 67 Tom "Corky" Tharp Back Los Angeles Rams
6 8 69 Bobby Luna Back San Francisco 49ers
9 4 101 Ed Culpepper Tackle Green Bay Packers
23 8 273 Cecil Ingram Back Philadelphia Eagles
1956 14 2 159 Jim Emmons Tackle Pittsburgh Steelers
16 7 188 Curtis Lynch Tackle Green Bay Packers
17 7 200 Bart Starr*daggerdouble-dagger Quarterback Green Bay Packers Pro Bowl (1960, 1961, 1962, 1966)
NFL Champion (1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1967)
Super Bowl Champion (I, II)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (1977)
27 5 318 Al Ellett Tackle Philadelphia Eagles
29 3 340 Wes Thompson Tackle Pittsburgh Steelers
30 9 358 Jim Buckler Guard Chicago Bears
1957 9 6 101 Don Comstock Back Cleveland Browns
12 7 140 Fred Sington Tackle San Francisco 49ers
1958 9 6 103 Jim Loftin Back Detroit Lions
30 8 357 Billy Lumpkin End New York Giants
1959 7 1 73 Bobby Jackson Back Green Bay Packers
29 8 344 Ernie Moore End Los Angeles Rams
30 10 358 Dave Sington Tackle New York Giants
1960 No selections
1961 No selections
1962 4 1 43 Billy Neighbors Tackle Washington Redskins
5 13 69 Bill Rice End St. Louis Cardinals
16 1 211 Tommy Brooker End Washington Redskins
16 9 219 Ray Abruzzese Running back Baltimore Colts
1963 1 6 6 Lee Roy Jordan*dagger Linebacker Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl (1967, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1974)
Super Bowl Champion (VI)
2 10 24 Butch Wilson Back Baltimore Colts
3 5 33 Mike Fracchia Back St. Louis Cardinals
1964 5 5 61 Benny Nelson Halfback Detroit Lions
5 13 69 Steve Wrightdagger Tackle Green Bay Packers NFL Champion (1965)
Super Bowl Champion (I, II)
11 11 151 Eddie Versprille Running back Cleveland Browns
1965 1 12 12 Joe Namath Quarterback St. Louis Cardinals
3 12 40 Ray Ogden End St. Louis Cardinals
9 8 120 Frank McClendon Tackle Minnesota Vikings
10 5 131 Gaylon McCullough Center Dallas Cowboys
11 12 152 Bud French Back St. Louis Cardinals
1966 7 15 110 Ray Perkinsdagger Wide receiver Baltimore Colts Super Bowl Champion (V)
11 1 156 Steve Sloan Quarterback Atlanta Falcons
15 1 216 Tommy Tolleson Wide receiver Atlanta Falcons
15 11 226 Steve Bowman Running back New York Giants
16 13 243 David Ray Kicker Cleveland Browns
1967 1 26 26 Leslie Kelley Running back
Linebacker
New Orleans Saints
4 2 82 Louis Thompson Defensive tackle New York Giants
4 11 91 Wayne Trimble Defensive tackle San Francisco 49ers
9 19 230 Cecil Dowdy Linebacker Cleveland Browns
1968 1 20 20 Dennis Homan Wide receiver Dallas Cowboys
2 25 52 Ken Stabler*daggerdouble-dagger Quarterback Oakland Raiders Pro Bowl (1973, 1974, 1976, 1977)
Super Bowl Champion (XI)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (2016)
12 20 320 Bobby Johns Defensive back Kansas City Chiefs
1969 10 26 260 Mike Hall Linebacker New York Jets
16 22 413 William Davis Linebacker Oakland Raiders
1970 No selections
1971 6 10 140 Scott Hunter Quarterback Green Bay Packers
1972 3 10 62 Johnny Musso Running back Chicago Bars
11 6 266 David Bailey Wide receiver Green Bay Packers
15 22 386 Robin Parkhouse Linebacker Baltimore Colts
16 21 411 Steve Higginbottom Defensive back Washington Redskins
1973 1 4 4 John Hannah*double-dagger Guard New England Patriots Pro Bowl (1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (1991)
7 18 174 John Mitchell Defensive end San Francisco 49ers
12 23 309 Jim Krapf Guard Oakland Raiders
1974 1 9 9 Wilbur Jacksondagger Running back San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Champion (XVII)
3 2 54 Wayne Wheeler Wide receiver Chicago Bears
6 8 138 Mike Raines Defensive tackle San Francisco 49ers
8 5 187 Greg Gantt Punter New York Jets
16 2 392 Buddy Brown Guard New York Giants
1975 3 1 53 Mike Washington Defensive back Baltimore Colts
8 13 195 Ricky Davis Defensive back Cincinnati Bengals
1976 1 6 6 Richard Todd Quarterback New York Jets
4 16 108 Wayne Rhodes Defensive back Chicago Bears
5 7 131 Woodrow Lowe Linebacker San Diego Chargers
5 14 138 Willie Shelby Running back Cincinnati Bengals
10 25 290 Leroy Cook Defensive end Dallas Cowboys
12 22 341 Joe Dale Harris Wide receiver Cincinnati Bengals
1977 2 12 40 Bob Baumhower* Nose tackle Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl (1979, 1981, 1982, 1983)
3 1 57 Charley Hannahdagger Offensive guard Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Champion (XVIII)
6 20 159 Paul Harris Linebacker Pittsburgh Steelers
8 17 212 Calvin Culliver Running back Denver Broncos
1978 1 18 18 Bob Cryder Guard New England Patriots
1 23 23 Ozzie Newsome*double-dagger Tight end Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl (1981, 1984, 1985)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (1999)
2 2 30 Johnny Davisdagger Running back Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Champion (XVI)
11 6 284 Terry Jones Nose tackle Green Bay Packers
1979 1 6 6 Barry Krauss Linebacker Baltimore Colts
1 14 14 Marty Lyons Defensive tackle New York Jets
3 5 61 Tony Nathan Running back Miami Dolphins
7 19 184 Rich Wingo Linebacker Green Bay Packers
9 26 246 Jeff Rutledgedagger Quarterback Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl Champion (XXI, XXVI)
1980 1 21 21 Don McNeal Defensive back Miami Dolphins
2 20 48 Dwight Stephenson*double-dagger Center Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl (1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (1998)
6 25 163 Wayne Hamilton Linebacker San Diego Chargers
7 4 169 Buddy Aydelette Defensive tackle Green Bay Packers
8 7 200 Ken Harris Running back New York Giants
9 26 247 Steve Whitman Running back San Diego Chargers
1981 1 5 5 E. J. Junior Linebacker St. Louis Cardinals
5 6 117 Byron Braggs Defensive end Green Bay Packers
7 14 180 Billy Jackson Running back Kansas City Chiefs
10 5 253 James Mallard Wide receiver St. Louis Cardinals
12 9 313 Major Ogilvie Running back San Francisco 49ers
1982 3 10 65 Benny Perrin Defensive back St. Louis Cardinals
8 15 210 Thomas Boyd Linebacker Green Bay Packers
9 23 246 Warren Lyles Defensive tackle San Diego Chargers
1983 1 16 16 Mike Pitts Defensive tackle Atlanta Falcons
3 16 72 Jeremiah Castille Defensive back Tampa Bay Buccaneers
5 9 121 Steve Mott Center Detroit Lions
12 2 309 Robbie Jonesdagger Linebacker New York Giants Super Bowl Champion (XXI)
1984 4 25 109 Joe Carter Running back Miami Dolphins
7 6 174 Jesse Bendross Wide receiver San Diego Chargers
1[A 2] 9 9 Joey Jones Wide receiver Atlanta Falcons
1985 1 25 25 Emanuel King Linebacker Cincinnati Bengals
3 19 75 Ricky Moore Running back San Francisco 49ers
1986 1 4 4 Jon Hand Defensive end Indianapolis Colts
2 12 39 Larry Robertsdagger Defensive end San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Champion (XXIII, XXIV)
6 2 140 Thornton Chandler Tight end Dallas Cowboys
6 25 163 Brent Sowell Defensive tackle Miami Dolphins
1987 1 2 2 Cornelius Bennett* Linebacker Indianapolis Colts Pro Bowl (1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993)
6 2 142 Freddie Robinson Defensive back Indianapolis Colts
6 16 156 Greg Richardson Wide receiver Minnesota Vikings
7 1 169 Curt Jarvis Nose tackle Tampa Bay Buccaneers
9 6 229 Wayne Davis Linebacker St. Louis Cardinals
9 8 231 Wes Neighbors Center Houston Oilers
10 2 253 Chris Goode Defensive back Indianapolis Colts
12 6 313 Mike Shula Quarterback Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1988 7 2 167 Kerry Goode Running back Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7 19 184 Bo Wright Running back Buffalo Bills
8 1 194 Phillip Brown Linebacker Atlanta Falcons
1989 1 4 4 Derrick Thomas*double-dagger Linebacker Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl (1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (2009)
5 24 136 Greg Gilbert Linebacker Chicago Bears
6 7 146 Chris Mohr Punter Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6 19 158 Howard Crossdagger Tight end New York Giants Super Bowl Champion (XXV)
7 21 188 George Bethune Linebacker Los Angeles Rams
1[A 3] N/A N/A Bobby Humphrey Running back Denver Broncos Pro Bowl (1990)
1990 1 4 4 Keith McCants Defensive end Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6 7 144 John Mangum Defensive back Chicago Bears
10 22 270 Thomas Rayam Guard Washington Redskins
1991 2 9 36 George Thornton Defensive tackle San Diego Chargers
10 26 276 Byron Holdbrooks Defensive tackle San Francisco 49ers
11 18 296 Efrum Thomas Defensive back Pittsburgh Steelers
1992 2 20 48 Siran Stacy Running back Philadelphia Eagles
3 15 71 Kevin Turner Running back New England Patriots
8 22 218 Robert Stewart Defensive tackle New Orleans Saints
10 20 272 Mark McMillian Defensive tackle New Orleans Saints
1993 1 5 5 John Copeland Defensive end Cincinnati Bengals
1 6 6 Eric Curry Defensive end Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1 29 29 George Teague Safety Green Bay Packers
3 6 62 Antonio London Linebacker Detroit Lions
4 10 94 Derrick Lassicdagger Running back Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Champion (XXVIII)
6 23 163 Derrick Oden Linebacker Philadelphia Eagles
1994 1 9 9 Antonio Langham Cornerback Cleveland Browns
2 6 35 Kevin Lee Wide receiver New England Patriots
2 11 40 David Palmer Wide receiver Minnesota Vikings
2 31 60 Jeremy Nunley Defensive end Houston Oilers
5 28 159 Roosevelt Patterson Guard Los Angeles Raiders
7 26 220 Lemanski Hall Linebacker Houston Oilers
1995 2 14 46 Sherman Williamsdagger Running back Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Champion (XXX)
4 4 102 Sam Shade Safety Cincinnati Bengals
4 10 108 Dameian Jeffries Defensive end New Orleans Saints
5 26 160 Jay Barker Quarterback Green Bay Packers
7 17 225 Bryne Diehl Punter New York Giants
1996 3 23 84 Shannon Brown Defensive tackle Atlanta Falcons
4 12 107 Kendrick Burton Defensive end Houston Oilers
4 34 129 Brad Ford Defensive back Detroit Lions
6 30 197 Tony Johnson Defensive back Philadelphia Eagles
6 37 204 Toderick Malone Wide receiver New Orleans Saints
1997 1 20 20 Dwayne Rudd Linebacker Minnesota Vikings
5 7 137 Patrick Hape Tight end Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7 35 236 Ralph Staten Defensive back Baltimore Ravens
1998 2 24 54 Rod Rutledgedagger Tight end New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion (XXXVI)
4 8 100 Michael Myers Defensive tackle Dallas Cowboys
4 25 117 Deshea Townsenddagger Defensive back Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Champion (XL, XLIII)
4 30 122 Curtis Alexander Running back Denver Broncos
1999 1 26 26 Fernando Bryantdagger Cornerback Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Champion (XLIII)
2000 1 3 3 Chris Samuels* Offensive tackle Washington Redskins Pro Bowl (2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
1 19 19 Shaun Alexander* Running back Seattle Seahawks Pro Bowl (2003, 2004, 2005)
2 11 42 Cornelius Griffin Defensive tackle New York Giants
2001 2 25 56 Tony Dixon Defensive back Dallas Cowboys
3 19 81 Kenny Smith Defensive tackle New Orleans Saints
5 25 156 Shawn Draper Offensive guard Miami Dolphins
2002 3 4 69 Saleem Rasheed Linebacker San Francisco 49ers
5 14 149 Jason McAddley Wide receiver Arizona Cardinals
5 20 155 Terry Jones Tight end Baltimore Ravens
5 27 162 Freddie Milons Wide receiver Philadelphia Eagles
2003 4 12 109 Jarret Johnson Defensive end Baltimore Ravens
5 6 141 Kenny King Defensive tackle Arizona Cardinals
5 10 145 Kindal Moorehead Defensive tackle Carolina Panthers
6 29 202 Waine Bacon Defensive back Atlanta Falcons
7 21 235 Ahmaad Galloway Running back Denver Broncos
2004 2 14 46 Justin Smiley Offensive guard San Francisco 49ers
2 25 57 Antwan Odom Defensive end Tennessee Titans
6 6 171 Triandos Luke Wide receiver Denver Broncos
7 21 222 Derrick Pope Linebacker Miami Dolphins
2005 3 15 79 Evan Mathis*dagger Offensive guard Carolina Panthers Pro Bowl (2013, 2014)
Super Bowl Champion (50)
5 28 164 Wesley Britt Offensive tackle San Diego Chargers
6 4 178 Anthony Bryant Defensive tackle Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7 21 235 Cornelius Wortham Linebacker Seattle Seahawks
2006 2 1 33 DeMeco Ryans* Linebacker Houston Texans Pro Bowl (2007, 2009)
2 11 43 Roman Harper*dagger Safety New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl (2009, 2010)
Super Bowl Champion (XLIV)
3 21 85 Brodie Croyle Quarterback Kansas City Chiefs
5 25 158 Charlie Peprahdagger Defensive back New York Giants Super Bowl Champion (XLV)
5 26 159 Mark Anderson Defensive end Chicago Bears
2007 4 38 137 Le'Ron McClain* Fullback Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl (2008, 2009)
7 36 246 Kenneth Darby Running back Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7 45 255 Ramzee Robinson Cornerback Detroit Lions
2008 No selections
2009 1 6 6 Andre Smith Offensive tackle Cincinnati Bengals
3 10 74 Glen Coffee Running back San Francisco 49ers
3 13 77 Antoine Caldwell Center Houston Texans
3 31 95 Rashad Johnson Defensive back Arizona Cardinals
2010 1 8 8 Rolando McClain Linebacker Oakland Raiders
1 20 20 Kareem Jackson Cornerback Houston Texans
2 18 50 Javier Arenas Defensive back Kansas City Chiefs
2 25 57 Terrence Codydagger Defensive end Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Champion (XLVII)
3 34 98 Mike Johnson Offensive guard Atlanta Falcons
7 4 211 Marquis Johnson Defensive back St. Louis Rams
7 40 247 Brandon Deaderick Defensive end New England Patriots
2011 1 3 3 Marcell Dareus* Defensive tackle Buffalo Bills Pro Bowl (2013, 2014)
1 6 6 Julio Jones* Wide receiver Atlanta Falcons Pro Bowl (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018)
1 25 25 James Carpenterdagger Offensive tackle Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Champion (XLVIII)
1 28 28 Mark Ingram* Running back New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl (2014, 2018)
7 5 208 Greg McElroy Quarterback New York Jets
2012 1 3 3 Trent Richardson Running back Cleveland Browns
1 7 7 Mark Barron Safety Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1 17 17 Dre Kirkpatrick Cornerback Cincinnati Bengals
1 25 25 Dont'a Hightowerdagger* Linebacker New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion (XLIX, LI)
Pro Bowl (2016)
2 3 35 Courtney Upshawdagger Linebacker Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Champion (XLVII)
5 1 136 Josh Chapman Defensive tackle Indianapolis Colts
5 11 146 DeQuan Menzie Cornerback Kansas City Chiefs
7 40 247 Brad Smelley Tight end Cleveland Browns
2013 1 9 9 Dee Milliner Cornerback New York Jets
1 10 10 Chance Warmackdagger Guard Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Champion (LII)
1 11 11 D. J. Fluker Offensive tackle San Diego Chargers
2 29 61 Eddie Lacy* Running back Green Bay Packers Pro Bowl (2013)
4 2 99 Nico Johnson Linebacker Kansas City Chiefs
4 16 113 Barrett Jones Center St. Louis Rams
5 4 137 Jesse Williamsdagger Defensive tackle Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Champion (XLVIII)
5 24 157 Quinton Dial Defensive end San Francisco 49ers
7 5 211 Michael Williams Tight end Detroit Lions
2014 1 17 17 C. J. Mosley* Linebacker Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl (2014, 2016, 2018)
1 1 21 Ha Ha Clinton-Dix* Safety Green Bay Packers Pro Bowl (2016)
2 12 44 Cyrus Kouandjio Offensive tackle Buffalo Bills
4 23 123 Kevin Norwood Wide receiver Seattle Seahawks
5 20 160 Ed Stinson Defensive end Arizona Cardinals
5 24 164 AJ McCarron Quarterback Cincinnati Bengals
5 27 167 Vinnie Sunseri Safety New Orleans Saints
6 1 177 Jeoffrey Pagan Defensive end Houston Texans
2015 1 4 4 Amari Cooper* Wide receiver Oakland Raiders Pro Bowl (2015, 2016)
2 1 33 Landon Collins* Safety New York Giants Pro Bowl (2016, 2018)
2 4 36 T. J. Yeldon Running back Jacksonville Jaguars
4 9 108 Jalston Fowler Fullback Tennessee Titans
4 13 112 Arie Kouandjio Offensive guard Washington Redskins
7 11 228 Austin Shepherd Offensive tackle Minnesota Vikings
7 36 253 Xzavier Dickson Linebacker New England Patriots
2016 1 18 18 Ryan Kelly Center Indianapolis Colts
2 10 41 Reggie Ragland Linebacker Buffalo Bills
2 14 45 Derrick Henry Running back Tennessee Titans
2 15 46 A'Shawn Robinson Defensive tackle Detroit Lions
2 18 49 Jarran Reed Defensive tackle Seattle Seahawks
2 29 60 Cyrus Jonesdagger Cornerback New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion (LI)
3 10 73 Kenyan Drake Running back Miami Dolphins
2017 1 16 16 Marlon Humphrey Cornerback Baltimore Ravens
1 17 17 Jonathan Allen Defensive end Washington Redskins
1 19 19 O. J. Howard Tight end Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1 31 31 Reuben Foster Linebacker San Francisco 49ers
2 2 34 Cam Robinson Offensive tackle Jacksonville Jaguars
2 17 49 Ryan Anderson Outside linebacker Washington Redskins
2 23 55 Dalvin Tomlinson Defensive tackle New York Giants
3 14 78 Tim Williams Defensive end Baltimore Ravens
3 15 79 ArDarius Stewart Wide receiver New York Jets
4 5 112 Eddie Jackson Safety Chicago Bears
2018 1 11 11 Minkah Fitzpatrick Safety Miami Dolphins
1 13 13 Da'Ron Payne Defensive tackle Washington Redskins
1 22 22 Rashaan Evans Linebacker Tennessee Titans
1 26 26 Calvin Ridley Wide receiver Atlanta Falcons
3 29 93 Ronnie Harrison Safety Jacksonville Jaguars
4 14 114 Da'Shawn Hand Defensive end Detroit Lions
4 18 118 Anthony Averett Cornerback Baltimore Ravens
5 35 172 JK Scott Punter Green Bay Packers
6 23 197 Shaun Dion Hamilton Linebacker Washington Redskins
6 41 215 Bradley Bozeman Center Baltimore Ravens
7 18 236 Bo Scarbrough Running back Dallas Cowboys
7 28 246 Joshua Frazier Defensive tackle Pittsburgh Steelers

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Because of the NFL–AFL merger agreement, the history of the AFL is officially recognized by the NFL and therefore this list includes the AFL draft (1960–1966) and the common draft (1967–1969).[2]
  2. ^ Joey Jones was selected as the ninth overall pick in the 1984 NFL supplemental draft of USFL and CFL players.[10]
  3. ^ Bobby Humphrey was selected as a first round pick in the 1989 NFL supplemental draft.[11]

References[edit]

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  11. ^ Hurt, Cecil (July 8, 1989). "Tide's Humphrey finds rocky road leads to Rockies". The Tuscaloosa News. p. 15.