Alabama's Cam Robinson, Marlon Humphrey and ArDarius Stewart all declared for the 2017 NFL Draft today at a press conference.
At a press conference on Friday, Alabama left tackle Cam Robinson, cornerback Marlon Humphrey and wide receiver ArDarius Stewart all declared for the 2017 NFL Draft.
Robinson is among the most talented offensive linemen in college football, and started for Alabama since he was a freshman in 2014. With a draft thin in offensive linemen this year, it's a perfect time for him to enter the draft. His stock couldn't be much higher.
Humphrey is a third-year sophomore who started in the Crimson Tide secondary for two seasons, recording 36 tackles and two interceptions in his 2016 campaign. He's one of the top cornerbacks in the draft, and is expected to go in the first round.
Humphrey told reporters at the press conference "I thought a lot the past couple of days. It was tough after losing the championship, but I had to make the decision."
Stewart recorded 54 catches for 864 yards and found the end zone eight times in 2016. He's seen as a third-day guy by most talent scouts.