TUSCALOOSA — Thirteen former Alabama players will participate in some portion of the program’s annual Pro Day on Wednesday inside the Hank Crisp Indoor Practice Facility, the team announced Tuesday.
Defensive backs Ronnie Harrison, Anthony Averett, Tony Brown and Minkah Fitzpatrick, linebacker Shaun Dion Hamilton and defensive tackle Da’Ron Payne will attend the event and meet with teams, but will not work out, according to the school. All participated in last week’s NFL Combine.
Linebacker Rashaan Evans, defensive end Da’Shawn Hand, defensive tackle Joshua Frazier, punter JK Scott, cornerback Levi Wallace, receiver Calvin Ridley and running back Bo Scarbrough were also at the Combine in Indianapolis last week but will participate in some workouts in Tuscaloosa on Wednesday.
Evans, who said he withdrew from January’s Senior Bowl to focus on the NFL Combine and, specifically, his 40-yard dash, did not run the 40 in Indianapolis. Neither did Harrison, who had a sore hamstring during testing, according to a report from NFL Network.
Other former Tide players set to work out include center Bradley Bozeman — who said at the Senior Bowl he hoped to slim down to 305 pounds in time for the event — and slot receiver Cam Sims.
JC Hassenauer, Alabama’s starting right guard in the College Football Playoff Championship Game in place of Lester Cotton, will also work out.