1 college will have 13 NFL prospects at the combine this year

Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert takes measurements during the NFL scouting combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 27, 2020 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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There is no question that the NFL Combine is the ultimate preseason showcase.

All the top draft prospects in the country gather in one place to showcase to NFL scouts.

Every season there seems to be a few players who add their stamp due to their combined work.

We know who most of the powerhouses in college football are.

So it should come as no surprise that one team is sending 13 players to the combine in early March.

That team is the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Alabama has been one of the top programs in college football since Nick Saban arrived there in 2007.

Saban has NFL head coaching experience and his players are always NFL ready.

Recently, we’ve seen Patrick Surtain II, Jalen Waddle, Najee Harris, Mack Jones and Tua Tagovailoa all make an impact in the NFL.

That’s just to name a few.

Alabama has countless professional players in the NFL.

So it’s safe to assume that many of the scouts heading to Indianapolis will be there to see the Alabama players.

Some of the top names in attendance include Bryce Young, Will Anderson and Jahmir Gibbs.

Young and Anderson will likely be in the top five, while Gibbs appears to be a lock for the second round.

This combine will be full of great players from Alabama and Georgia.

These are two of the best programs in college football and have produced many star players in the NFL.

Now it will be interesting to see whose piles go up and down during the combine.

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