Five Alabama Football Players make the On3 Top 100 for 2024

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74. Kadyn Proctor - Offensive Tackle

As a true freshman starting at left tackle in the SEC, Kadyn Proctor had his struggles as expected all while playing injured. This Winter it seemed that the Crimson Tide lost their impressive freshman to the transfer portal but, Proctor chose to return to Alabama after spending the Spring at Iowa. When the Tide played one of their biggest games of the season in the SEC Championship game, Proctor was dominant against a tough Georgia defense.

The return of Proctor gives Alabama one of the Nation's top offensive lines with only the right tackle position left as a question. After developing as a freshman and spending the Spring at the offensive line factory of Iowa, Proctor should take a massive jump in year two.

87. Parker Brailsford - Center

When Kalen DeBoer took the Alabama job one of the first players to come and join him at Alabama was his Center Parker Brailsford. Alabama fans were pleased to land one of the Nation's best centers after Seth McLaughlin's snap issues were an issue all season. Brailsford was away for a big portion of the Spring but, once he's back for the Summer he'll anchor one of the Nation's better offensive lines. While seen as undersized, Brailsford is an impressive blocker and will be a massive upgrade as the Tide add a Second-Team All-Pac 12 player. The impressive part about this is that three of Alabama's five offensive linemen are ranked among the top 90 players in College Football.

Who was snubbed from Alabama?

While landing five players on this list there are certainly a few players from Alabama that could've easily made this list. Jihaad Campbell was one of the more underrated players in the country and since this list considered players that will take a jump Campbell certainly could've been on the list. Malachi Moore has been one of the better players at the Star position across the past few seasons and could've easily made this list. Similar arguments could be made for Jaeden Roberts, Justice Haynes, and Domani Jackson as they may end up ending the season as some of the top 100 players.

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