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Alabama RB Damien Harris Will Return For His Senior Season

11 January 2018, 12:30 | Tracey Rhodes

Alabama RB Damien Harris Will Return For His Senior Season

Georgia RB Sony Michel

Alabama wide receiver Calvin Ridley will enter the NFL Draft, he announced on Wednesday.

After a quiet freshman season, the running back out of Northport, Al. had his most productive campaign as a sophomore, rushing for 812 yards and 11 scores on 125 carries.

Projected to be a first-round draft pick, Ridley finished his career with the Crimson Tide with 224 receptions for 2,781 yards and 19 touchdowns.

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Ridley spent three years at Alabama, with his tenure culminating in his second national championship on Monday night.

Payne had an interception against Clemson and registered six tackles in the come-from-behind win over Georgia that secured the school's fifth national title in nine seasons.

Payne, an All-SEC selection who was the defensive MVP of both the national championship and semifinal games, will also bypass his senior year to enter the draft, sources confirmed to ESPN.

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With Ridley off to the NFL, Alabama will turn to a talented crop of freshman, including Jerry Jeudy, Henry Ruggs and DeVonta Smith, who caught the game-winning touchdown against Georgia.

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