Dylan Moses’s Alabama career has officially come to an end. 

The Crimson Tide senior middle linebacker announced via Instagram Thursday afternoon that he is foregoing his final year of eligibility to enter the 2021 NFL draft.

 

“...I am declaring for the 2021 NFL draft and forgoing my remaining eligibility at the University of Alabama. I’ve earned my degree and ended my senior year as a National Champion. For that I’m forever grateful. God bless and Roll Tide forever! “ -Dylan Moses

Prior to an ACL tear that knocked Moses out of play for the 2019 season, he was considered a first round draft pick. The injury ultimately led to Moses returning for his senior year, where he and the Alabama defense helped the Crimson Tide go a perfect 13-0 on their way to a national championship game. Moses is widely considered to be a first to second day draft pick by mock draft services.  

Moses ends his career with 192 total tackles, 21.5 tackles for a loss, and six sacks over three seasons of play. He also was a key contributor to the 2017 and 2020 national title winning teams. 

He joins fellow teammates Mac Jones, Christian Barmore, Jaylen Waddle, and Patrick Surtain II in leaving Tuscaloosa for the draft.

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