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Alabama WR Calvin Ridley entering 2018 NFL Draft

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The Alabama junior receiver will forgo his final season of college eligibility and enter the 2018 National Football League draft, Ridley announced on Twitter.

This is certainly not surprising news, as Ridley will likely be a first-round pick. "Having been thoroughly prepared for that next step, I am truly ready, because in the beginning, I chose THE RIGHT SCHOOL". "Coach [Nick] Saban and his entire staff of caring experts and professionals have created a culture of winning, and forged an unprecedented legacy for this program".

Ridley finishes his Crimson Tide career among the program's all-time receiving leaders, including ranking second in touchdown receptions (19) following his game-tying score in Monday's championship game, breaking a tie with Muscle Shoals' Dennis Homan. He recorded a catch in all 44 games of his career.

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Less than 48 hours after Alabama's dramatic win over Georgia in the national championship game, three players for the Crimson Tide announced their intention to enter the NFL Draft.

Harris, the Tide's top running back who has posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, will be returning for his senior season at Alabama, sources confirmed to ESPN's Chris Low.

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