Terrion Arnold and Kool-Aid McKinstry are reportedly moving on.

ESPN’s Chris Low shared that both Alabama standout defensive backs are declaring for the 2024 NFL Draft. It won’t be a completely new-look secondary, though, as Malachi Moore has left the Tide staff know he’s returning.

Arnold leaves Tuscaloosa after 3 seasons. Following a redshirt season in 2021, Arnold was named Freshman All-American by the FWAA and Freshman All-SEC by the league coaches after recording 45 tackles and 8 pass breakups in 11 games, making starts.

Arnold solidified a starting corner spot as a redshirt sophomore in 2023. He was named first-team All-SEC by the conference coaches and a first-team All-American by the AP for his standout season. Arnold tied for the SEC league lead with 16 passes defended.

McKinstry was also with the Tide for 3 seasons. He arrived in 2021 and earned Freshman All-SEC Team recognition as a 15-game contributor. He was a first-team All-SEC and second-team All-America selection as a sophomore, recording 35 tackles and a career-high 16 passes defended with 1 interception.

This past season, McKinstry logged 32 tackles and 7 passes defended over 14 games. He was named first-team All-American (Associated Press, Sporting News) and first-team All-SEC (AP, coaches).