The depth of the 2016 University of Alabama football team shined through Friday night in Philadelphia.

Five more Crimson Tide players were drafted in the 2017 NFL Draft, bringing Alabama’s total of players drafted in the first three rounds to an astounding nine. Those nine went in the first 79 picks, an NFL record.

The seven UA players chosen in the first 55 picks also set an NFL draft record.

Three-year starting left tackle Cam Robinson got the night started. He was the second pick of the second round (No. 34 overall) by the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he’ll help create running lanes for former UA star running back T.J. Yeldon.

“We feel the guy can be a starting tackle for us,” Jacksonville General Manager Dave Caldwell said. “You’ve been telling me for three years I needed to upgrade the offensive line so I finally took your advice.”

Robinson became the eighth UA offensive lineman drafted in the last five drafts, which at the time of his selection was three more than any other school.

Outside linebacker Ryan Anderson was the next Crimson Tide player to hear his name called. Anderson, a first-team All-SEC selection in 2016, was chosen with the No. 49 overall pick to the Washington Redskins. He’ll join forces with his former teammate Jonathan Allen, who was Washington’s first-round selection Thursday night.

“It’s about to get real,” Anderson said. “”When I get on the field, [combine drills] has nothing to do with kicking a man’s (behind) in front of you.”

Defensive lineman Dalvin Tomlinson was the next man up, going to the New York Giants with the No. 55 pick. He’ll rejoin former Alabama teammate and Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins.

“I’m super excited to play with Landon (Collins) again,” Tomlinson said. It’ll be like the old days back at ‘Bama.”

Outside linebacker Tim Williams and wide receiver ArDarius Stewart both went in the third round with the No. 78 and 79 picks, respectively.

Williams heads to Baltimore, where he play with Marlon Humphrey, who was the Ravens’ first-round selection Thursday night.

Stewart goes to the New York Jets.

Saturday is the final day of the draft with rounds four through seven.

Reach Aaron Suttles at or at 205-722-0229.

Second Round

  1. 33. Green Bay Packers, Kevin King, Washington
  2. 34. Jacksonville Jaguars, Cam Robinson, Alabama
  3. 35. Seattle Seahawks, Malik McDowell, Michigan State
  4. 36. Arizona Cardinals, Budda Baker, Washington
  5. 37. Buffalo Bills, Zay Jones, East Carolina
  6. 38. Los Angeles Chargers, Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky
  7. 39. New York Jets, Marcus Maye, Florida
  8. 40. Carolina Panthers, Curtis Samuel, Ohio State
  9. 41. Minnesota Vikings, Dalvin Cook, Florida State
  10. 42. New Orleans, Marcus Williams, Utah
  11. 43. Philadelphia Eagles, Sidney Jones, Washington
  12. 44. Los Angeles Rams, Gerald Everett, South Alabama
  13. 45. Chicago Bears, Adam Shaheen, Ashland
  14. 46. Indianapolis Colts, Quincy Wilson, Florida
  15. 47. Baltimore Ravens, Tyus Bowser, Houston
  16. 48. Cincinnati Bengals, Joe Mixon, Oklahoma
  17. 49. Washington Redskins, Ryan Anderson, Alabama
  18. 50. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Justin Evans, Texas A&M
  19. 51. Denver Broncos, DeMarcus Walker, Florida State
  20. 52. Cleveland Browns, DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame
  21. 53. Detroit Lions, Teez Tabor, Florida
  22. 54. Miami Dolphins, Raekwon McMillian, Ohio State
  23. 55. New York Giants, Dalvin Tomlinson, Alabama
  24. 56. Oakland Raiders, Obi Melifonwu, Connecticut
  25. 57. Houston Texans, Zach Cunningham, Vanderbilt
  26. 58. Seattle Seahawks, Ethan Pocic, LSU
  27. 59. Kansas City Chiefs, Tanoh Kpassagnon, Villanova
  28. 60. Dallas Cowboys, Chdobe Awuzie, Colorado
  29. 61. Green Bay Packers, Josh Jones, North Carolina State
  30. 62. Pittsburgh Steelers, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Southern California
  31. 63. Buffalo Bills, Dion Dawkins, Temple
  32. 64. Carolina Panthers, Taylor Moton, Western Michigan

Third Round

  1. 65. Cleveland Browns, Larry Ogunjobi, Charlotte
  2. 66. San Francisco 49ers, Ahkello Witherspoon, Colorado
  3. 67. New Orleans Saints, Alvin Kamara, Tennessee
  4. 68. Jacksonville Jaguars, Dawuane Smoot, Illinois
  5. 69. Los Angeles Rams, Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington
  6. 70. Minnesota Vikings, Pat Elflein, Ohio State
  7. 71. Los Angeles Chargers, Dan Fenney, Indiana
  8. 72. Tennessee Titans, Taywan Taylor, Western Kentucky
  9. 73. Cincinnati Bengals, Jordan Wills, Kansas State
  10. 74. Baltimore Ravens, Chris Wormley, Michigan
  11. 75. Atlanta Falcons, Duke Riley, LSU
  12. 76. New Orleans Saints, Alex Anzalone, Florida
  13. 77. Carolina Panthers, Daeshon Hall, Texas A&M
  14. 78. Baltimore Ravens, Tim Williams, Alabama
  15. 79. New York Jets, ArDarius Stewart, Alabama
  16. 80. Indianapolis Colts, Tarell Basham, Ohio
  17. 81. Washington Redskins, Fabian Moreau, UCLA
  18. 82. Denver Broncos, Carlos Henderson, La Tech
  19. 83. New England Patriots, Derek Rivers, Youngstown State
  20. 84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chris Godwin, Penn State
  21. 85. New England Patriots, Antonio Garcia, Troy
  22. 86. Kansas City Chiefs, Kareem Hunt, Toledo
  23. 87. New York Giants, Davis Webb, California
  24. 88. Oakland Raiders, Eddie Vanderdoes, UCLA
  25. 89. Houston Texans, D’Onta Foreman, Texas
  26. 90. Seattle Seahawks, Shaquill Griffin, UCF
  27. 91. Los Angeles Rams, John Johnson, Boston College
  28. 92. Dallas Cowboys, Jourdan Lewis, Michigan
  29. 93. Green Bay Packers, Montravius Adams, Auburn
  30. 94. Pittsburgh Steelers, Camreon Sutton, Tennessee
  31. 95. Seattle Seahawks, Delano Hill, Michigan
  32. 96. Detroit Lions, Kenny Gollady, Northern Illinois
  33. 97. Miami Dolphins, Cordrea Tankersley, Clemson
  34. 98. Arizona Cardinals, Chad Williams, Grambling
  35. 99. Philadelphia Eagles, Rasul Douglas, West Virginia
  36. 100.Tennessee Titans, Jonnu Smith, FIU
  37. 101. Denver Broncos, Brendan Langley, Lamar
  38. 102. Seattle Seahawks, Nazair Jones, North Carolina
  39. 103. New Orleans Saints, Trey Hendrickson, FAU
  40. 104. San Francisco 49ers, C.J. Beathard, Iowa
  41. 105. Pittsburgh Steelers, James Conner, Pittsburgh
  42. 106. Seattle Seahawks, Amara Darboh, Michigan
  43. 107. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kendall Beckwith, LSU