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  Move over Miami. You have company. Alabama tied the Hurricanes 2004 record for the most first-round NFL draft picks Thursday when six Crimson Tide products heard their names called. Najee Harris to Pittsburgh tied the record with the 24th overall pick but he was the last name called. Christian Barmore was left in the green room in Cleveland after receiving multiple first-round projections. He'll be selected in the second or third-round Friday along with former teammates Landon Dickerson with Deonte Brown and Dylan Moses also on the board.

"It makes me feel like a proud papa," a smiling Nick Saban said on the ABC broadcast when asked about tying the record with six. Before Thursday, the most first-round picks in a given season for Alabama was four -- a number achieved five times (2020, 2018, 2017, 2012 and 2011). Miami in 2004 saw its six players taken in the first 21 picks. It started with Sean Taylor at No. 5 and included other future stars like Jonathan Vilma (No. 12), D.J. Williams (No. 17) and Vince Wilfork (No. 21). - Birmingham News

(DS#1 CB) Jr/2021 CB *Patrick Surtain IIAlabama
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