Alabama Crimson Tide, Offensive Line, #74
Monroe, La.2014 Recruit (5-Stars)
A five-star recruit and the consensus No. 1 offensive tackle in the class of 2014 out of Monroe, La., Robinson committed to the Tide and enrolled in January.
At some point on Day 3, Tennessee quarterback Dobbs will find a new home. Unfortunately, he'll be viewed as a late-round flyer, not an early-round investment.
Alabama's 2017 draft class has achieved an impressive record.
The two SEC stars from Louisiana will be playing together in Jacksonville.
Only 'Bama can see four of the Top 32 as disappointing. Still, this is two straight years that the NFL has mildly disrespected the Tide in Round 1.
Don't get me wrong. The Crimson Tide will be well represented in Philadelphia. Nevertheless, Miami's record from 2004 should be comfortably intact.
The SEC's 2017 NFL Draft class is loaded, giving it a shot to top the record of 12 first-round picks from a single conference.
Mock drafts can vary widely, but there's a few former SEC players who are looking like consensus first-round picks.
Over the history of the NFL draft, 51 SEC offensive linemen have been chosen in the first round. Here's a look at who those players are.
Here is how I rank all 25 of the conference's early entrants, from first-round locks to undrafted-free-agent mistakes.
Here are some of my favorite comments from this past week. Even Kentucky fans felt the need to get all riled up over minutiae.