Bama CB smith enters draft

By | January 12, 2019

Tide CB Smith enters draft … Alabama junior CB Savion Smith is the latest underclassman to announce that he will be entering the 2019 draft. During his lone season in Alabama after transferring from the junior college rank, Smith the 6-0, 200-pound Smith started 12 games and led the Tide with 3 interceptions, while tallying 60 tackles and five other pass breakups. Smith, who figures to be a second-day pick this coming April, is the 5th Alabama underclassman to enter the upcoming draft joining DT Quinnen Williams, OT Jonah Williams, TE Irv Smith and RB Josh Jacobs, although the two Tide junior defenders the NFL is actually waiting to hear from are FS Deionte Thompson and OLB Anfernee Jennings. And sticking with the SEC, Tennessee OT Drew Richmond, another one of the top juniors the NFL is waiting to hear from, reportedly has put his name into the transfer portal, meaning its highly unlikely that he will be turning pro this winter.