Alabama linebacker Dylan Moses was once thought to be a future first round pick, but he’s now in a free-fall on Day 3 of the NFL Draft.

Moses didn’t go in any of the first five rounds of the draft, and Round 6 is nearly over with his name still on the board.

Moses tore his ACL before the 2019 season, which could be a major reason for his slide down the draft. Because the NFL combine wasn’t in-person this year, teams have had issues securing complete medical records for certain prospects.

Still, Moses had a productive 2020 campaign with the Crimson Tide. He made 76 tackles, six tackles for loss, one sack and one interception this past season. Moses made six total tackles in the National Championship Game against Ohio State.

According to’s scouting report on Moses, he was projected to be a Day 2 pick in this draft.

Here’s some of the reaction from fans and media on Moses’ fall to the later rounds: