Alabama’s football program has set March 20 as the date for its pro day.

Alabama football has confirmed the scheduling of its pro day for March 20, as reported by a team source to This information was first brought to light by ESPN analyst Jordan Reid on Monday night, who also mentioned that Georgia is set to host its own showcase event a week earlier on March 13.

Notably, this will be the first pro day in Tuscaloosa without Nick Saban at the helm in nearly two decades. Despite Saban’s absence, the event is expected to showcase some of the standout players from his final team.

According to ESPN’s Field Yates, four Alabama players have been identified among the top 25 overall prospects: Dallas Turner (10th), JC Latham (15th), Terrion Arnold (16th), and Kool-Aid McKinstry (21st). Justin Eboigbe and Chris Braswell have also received high rankings in their respective positions. Both Eboigbe and Braswell are currently participating in the Senior Bowl in Mobile, along with kicker Will Reichard.

The specific roster of players attending the pro day remains uncertain at this point.

Nick Saban, during his 17 seasons leading Alabama, played a pivotal role in producing 49 first-round picks. Throughout this period, the Tide accumulated a total of 29 losses.

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