Tracking Alabama football's NFL undrafted free-agent signings: The full list of UDFAs
Linebacker Dylan Moses, tight ends Miller Forristall and Carl Tucker and linebacker Joshua McMillon had hopes of being drafted but were not selected at the three-day event in Cleveland.
They will be looking to sign free agent contracts giving them a chance to earn a roster spot on a team.
Here are the signings, updated as they are reported:
Moses will land with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The linebacker sustained a season-ending knee injury in 2019 fall camp but came back to play in 2020. He revealed after the season that he played on a torn meniscus.
According to Schefter, Moses will sign with a NFI (non-football injury) and continue to rehabilitate his knee while with the Jaguars.
UA confirmed the signing with the Jaguars on its official football program Twitter account.
According to a report, Forristall will sign with the Tennessee Titans.
Tight end was a need for the Titans, who did not draft anyone at that position.
The 6-foot-5, 244-pounder had some injury problems during his time at UA and was utilized largely as a blocker. He played in 54 games at UA, catching 44 passes for 505 yards with five touchdowns.
UA confirmed the signing on its official football program Twitter account.
The tight end who played one season at Alabama after transferring from North Carolina has not announced a destination but may have given a hint Saturday night in a post on his Twitter account saying "thank you Lord" and tagging sport agent Sean Stellato. It also had the hashtag "FinsUp," a slogan used by the Miami Dolphins.
The Miami Herald reported later in the evening that Stallato has confirmed Tucker reaching a free agent deal with the Dolphins.
This story will be updated as those signings are announced.