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Three athletes who could enter the NFL after 2024

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Every season, Alabama Football sends juniors who are eligible for the draft to the NFL, and under Kalen DeBoer, that shouldn’t change. Although it’s generally anticipated that players like redshirt junior quarterback Jalen Milroe and junior guard Tyler Booker will be selected in the upcoming draft, Alabama may have a few more juniors file following stellar 2024 campaigns.

Jam Miller, the running back, is ready for a big season with the Alabama offense. Although a lot of people think sophomore Justice Haynes will end up being the greatest back for the Crimson Tide, both backs should get enough touches to put up significant stats. Even if Haynes will return to Tuscaloosa in 2025, a 1,000-yard season from Jam Miller wouldn’t be that shocking and declared draft.

Germie Bernard, a wide receiver who moved from Washington to Alabama, may be Milroe’s main target coming autumn. Bernard may be a one-and-done player, similar to former Alabama receiver Jameson Williams, if he has a stellar season.

A season like this for Bernard would be amazing, but it’s probably not going to happen. The primary goal of this Alabama attack is to establish the run. It will be difficult for Bernard to put up spectacular stats since tight ends like Kendrick Law and Kobe Prentice will be eating up targets, even though the passing game may still be quite effective. Germie Bernard can still make a profit, though, should the chance arise.

With 66 tackles, an interception, and two fumble recoveries in 2023, linebacker Jihaad Campbell was among the finest players on the Alabama defense. A template for the NFL game, Campbell is a rangy, ball-hawking linebacker with exceptional instincts and sideline-to-sideline speed. He and Deontae Lawson will continue to improve each other’s game when they play together if they can both remain healthy. Both may be selected in the NFL Draft the following spring if the Alabama defense performs at its best.

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