How many All-Americans for Alabama Football in 2024?

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Kadyn Proctor is back for year two, and is expected to be more nimble and athletic under the new scheme of Coach DeBoer, offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan, and offensive line coach Chris Kapilovic. He has the talent and physical capacity to be the best left tackle in college football, and will be an All-American if he meets that potential in his sophomore season. 

Parker Brailsford was a freshman All-American for Washington last year and fills a huge need for Alabama at the center position. He was one of the best centers in the country in 2023, and he will enter 2024 with more experience and a better supporting cast. Brailsford’s arrival could turn one of Bama’s greatest weaknesses into a strength this fall. 

Jaeden Roberts will play right guard opposite Tyler Booker. The redshirt junior burst onto the scene last year, seizing a starting role at guard seemingly out of nowhere and never relinquishing his spot. Roberts should be able to put a full season on tape this season, and could be a breakout candidate. 

Linebacker Jihaad Campbell was excellent as a sophomore in 2023 and should be even better this year. With an elite defensive line in front of him and Deontae Lawson calling the signals, Campbell should be free to put his freakish athleticism on display. He could be the most statistically dominant member of the defense by season’s end. 

Malachi Moore is the elder statesman in the Alabama secondary. He is a physical playmaker who is very good in run support, but will have to generate some turnovers this season to earn All-American buzz. I would feel more confident in his chances if he remained at the nickel position, but he is expected to move to more of a true safety role this fall.