Here is a look at former Alabama players selected in rounds four through seven of the National Football League Draft in Arlington, Texas:

Defensive lineman Josh Frazier was picked by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the seventh round with the 246th pick, giving Alabama a dozen selections in the 2018 draft.

Frazier was a key rotation player for Alabama’s defensive line in 2017. He played in all 15 games and finished the season with 15 tackles, including 2.5 tackles for loss.

He also had a forced fumble, a quarterback hurry and a pass breakup. Frazier worked his way up through the defensive line rotation in his career. He played sparingly as a freshman in 2014 but played in six games as a sophomore in 2015. He played in 14 games during his junior season in 2016.

Alabama set a school record for players picked in a single draft when running back Bo Scarbrough became the Crimson Tide’s 11th pick of the 2018 draft when he was selected by the Dallas Cowboys with the 236th overall pick in the seventh round.

Scarbrough, a Northport native who began his high school career at Tuscaloosa County, ran for 1,512 yards and 20 rushing touchdowns on 267 carries for his career. He had 124 carries for 596 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior, a decline from his sophomore season when he had 125 carries for 812 yards and 11 touchdowns.

He improved significantly as a receiver in 2017; Scarbrough had just four catches for 22 yards as a sophomore and none as a freshman but was second on the team with 17 receptions this season.

His best stretch came late in the 2016 season, when he rushed for 454 yards and six touchdowns in Alabama’s final four games, including three in the postseason. Scarbrough was on pace for another strong performance in the national championship game against Clemson, but broke his leg and left the game.

The Detroit Lions made Da’Shawn Hand the first Alabama player taken on the final day of the National Football League Draft on Saturday when they took him in the fourth round with the 114th overall pick. He was announced as a defensive end.

Hand finished the 2017 season with 27 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and three sacks in 11 games. He missed three games with a knee injury and started nine games in his senior season.

For his career, he had 71 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss and 10 sacks. Hand played as a backup for his first three seasons at Alabama before becoming a starter in 2017.

He arrived at Alabama as a unanimous five-star prospect and the No. 1 player in the nation, according to Rivals. He was one of the top signees in Alabama’s No. 1-ranked class in 2014, which included Cam Robinson, Marlon Humphrey, Rashaan Evans, JK Scott, Bo Scarbrough and Shaun Dion Hamilton, among others.

Four picks later, the Baltimore Ravens took defensive back Anthony Averett in the fourth round with the 118th overall pick, with outgoing general manager Ozzie Newsome going to his alma mater for the selection. Averett started all 15 games at cornerback for Alabama in 2017, finishing with 48 tackles and one interception. He was second on the team with eight pass breakups.

Averett won a starting job before the 2016 season and had stats that were nearly identical to his senior season: 48 tackles and eight pass breakups.

The Green Bay Packers picked punter JK Scott in the fifth round with the 172nd overall pick. He became  the first punter from Alabama to be drafted since 1995, when the New York Giants picked Bryne Diehl in the seventh round.

Scott finished his career as one of the Crimson Tide’s best punters. He finished his career with Alabama’s all-time records for punting yardage (11,074), punting average (45.6 yards) and total punts (243). He was a unanimous first-team All-SEC pick in 2014 and 2016. He was a first-team All-SEC pick by the league coaches in 2017 and a second-team pick by the media.

He gave Alabama a weapon in the punting game during his career. As a senior he averaged 43 yards per punt and dropped 27 of his 54 punts inside the 20. A total of five punts were returned for 36 yards against him, and he only had four touchbacks on the season. His performance against LSU helped Alabama to a 24-10 win. He had eight punts, averaging 51.6 yards per attempt and boomed five punts for 50-plus yards.

Scott also chipped in as a kicker during 2017. He was 8-8 on PATs.

A dominant freshman season in 2014 put him on the map. He averaged 47.2 yards per punt in 2014 to rank third nationally and receive a handful of All-American honors.

The Washington Redskins added to their roster of former Alabama players on defense by selecting Shaun Dion Hamilton in the sixth round with the 197th pick. He joins Jonathan Allen, Ryan Anderson and 2018 first-round pick Da’Ron Payne on the Redskins’ roster.

Hamilton finished the 2017 season with 40 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. He started the first nine games of the season before a knee injury against LSU ended his college career.

Hamilton also had 64 tackles, nine tackles for loss and two sacks as a junior in 2016 before he tore his ACL against Florida in the SEC championship game. He worked his way into the linebacker rotation in Alabama’s “regular” defense in 2015 after playing as a backup as a freshman.

He was one of four players chosen as a permanent team captain by his teammates at the end of the season.

Alabama tied the school record for most players drafted when center Bradley Bozeman was taken by the Baltimore Ravens in the sixth round with the 215th pick to become the 10th Crimson Tide player taken in the 2018 draft.

Bozeman won the job as Alabama’s starting center before the 2016 season and was a rock on the offensive line in his last two seasons. He started all 31 games at center during the 2016 and 2017 season and was voted as a permanent team captain by his teammates at the end of the 2017 season.

Bozeman graded out at 86.2 percent as a senior with just eight missed assignments and six mental errors in 866 total snaps. He was one of three finalists for the Rimington Trophy and was a second-team All-American as a senior. He was a first-team All-SEC pick by the media and a second-team selection by the league coaches.