Calvin Ridley Declares For 2018 NFL Draft

Tricia Pearson
January 11, 2018

Ridley announced Wednesday that he would forgo his senior season at Alabama and enter the 2018 NFL Draft, Matt Zenitz of AL.com reports.

Ridley, 23, caught 224 passes for 2,781 yards and 19 touchdowns in his career at Alabama. Coach Saban and his entire staff of caring experts and professionals have created a culture of winning, and forged an unprecedented legacy for this program. Coach Saban, thank you for building winning football teams by turning good players into great ones, and talented boys into successful men with a objective. I have a lifetime of unforgettable memories and friendships that shall endure forever.

Ridley caught a pass in each of the 44 games he played at Alabama, a streak that ranked No. 3 in the Football Bowl Subdivision.

Ridley, who many believe is the top wide receiver prospect in this year's draft class, announced his decision with a statement on social media.

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Going into the national championship game with Georgia, Harris led the SEC with an average of 8.2 yards per carry.

Scarbrough is one of a number of Tide players finishing their junior year and eligible to enter the National Football League draft.

After this year's 1,000-yard, 11-touchdown season, Harris will reportedly return for one more fall in Tuscaloosa.

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