Alabama Football: Ideal NFL Draft scenarios for Tide players

[Staff Photo/Gary Cosby Jr.]Championship Merchandise
[Staff Photo/Gary Cosby Jr.]Championship Merchandise /
9 of 9
Alabama football
[Staff Photo/Gary Cosby Jr.]Alabama Vs Western Carolina /

Ideal NFL Draft landing spots for Alabama football players

Deonte Brown: Seattle Seahawks, 56th overall

The Seahawks don’t have a lot of picks, so they might trade back to add more assets. This is also likely a reach in terms of value. However, this is a dream scenario for a reason. For Brown, being drafted in the second round would be a massive win.

Brown’s size is daunting, but many worry that he is too big to move well in the NFL. However, he played fine with Alabama football, and that is as close as you can get to an NFL team.

For the Seahawks, adding offensive linemen remains a top concern. This would give them a starter.

Dylan Moses: New Orleans Saints, 105th overall

Dylan Moses has all the potential in the world, and he flashed it over his Alabama football career. His main concern is health, and that is a big concern. While it is more likely that he dips into Day 3, it would be a dream for him to play for the Saints. Coming from Louisiana, this would be a great fit.

If Dylan Moses can get healthy and stay there, he will be the steal of the draft. That is a major concern, but it is worth keeping an eye on.

Miller Forristall: New England Patriots, 197th overall

Once you are at this point in the NFL Draft, it may be better to go undrafted and choose your own team. However, the Patriots should consider drafting Miller Forristall on the third day of the draft. They love Alabama football players, and Forristall has a lot to bring to the table for a team that needs a tight end. He’s limited, but he has what it takes to contribute.

Jacksonville would also be an interesting fit since Forristall used to play on the same team as Trevor Lawrence.

Next. NFL Mock Draft 4.0. dark

There are other Alabama football players available, but they will likely go undrafted. Their dream would be to make an NFL roster, and it matters less what that team is.