2017 Alabama Crimson Tide Football Recruiting Class Was Special Indeed.

That WR core in the Class of 2017 for the Alabama Crimson Tide Football Team was special indeed. They did good things for this Offense in the last 4 years in Tuscaloosa for Head Coach Nick Saban. All 4 of them got Drafted in the 1st Rd of the 2020 & 2021 NFL Draft. Henry Ruggs III got selected by the Las Vegas Raiders & Jerry Jeudy got selected by the Denver Broncos in 2020. 2021 Jaylen Waddle got selected by the Miami Dolphins & DeVonta Smith got selected by the Philadelphia Eagles. DeVonta Smith won the 2020 Heisman Trophy. Also caught the GW TD reception in OT as a True Freshman in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game on January 8th, 2018 against the Georgia Bulldogs at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA. All-Time TD reception leader in the SEC Conference. Passed Amari Cooper from the Alabama Crimson Tide in 2012-14 in that category too. It was a privilege to play for the best College Football Head Coach in the nation too. They where a dedicated bunch & push themselves to there highest point they wanna be at now in the NFL. Good Assistant Coaches guide them to success as well too. They understand the importance of being a Special WR bunch in there time being in Alabama. They develop them right away. Know what they need to do out there anyways. Nick Saban is the best one around. Knows what he is doing as a Head Coach in College Football. Knows how to win the big games. Go from Point A to Point B. Trust your abilities & listen to details from the Coaches on the Team. Drive yourself to success in the future years now in the NFL. Remarkable career from those 4 WR’s in the Class of 2017 for the Alabama Crimson Tide Football Team & Program in Tuscaloosa. They where fun to watch out there anyways in the last 4 years. Enjoy your future years in the NFL now.

Roll Tide WR’s DeVonta Smith, Henry Ruggs III, Jerry Jeudy, & Jaylen Waddle. They Where A Special Bunch Of Good Players At WR On Offense In The Last 4 Years. Nick Saban Is Going To Miss Them Too. Good Years Ahead Of Them Anyways In The NFL.

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