The skill position players get all the glory while at Alabama, but many of the offensive and defensive linemen that do the work in the trenches have gone on to great success in the NFL.
Jonah Williams, a junior offensive tackle, paved the way for the likes of Tua Tagovailoa, Josh Jacobs and more during his time with the Crimson Tide.
Alabama made the national championship game every season of Williams’ collegiate career, winning it all in 2018.
Clips of Williams pancaking a defensive lineman and moving right on to demolish a linebacker likely will make the New York Jets’ latest acquisition Le’Veon Bell giddy.
-Height: 6 feet 4 inches
-Weight: 302 pounds
-Arms length: 33.625 inches
-Hands length: 10.125 inches
-40-yard dash: 5.12 seconds
-Bench press: 23 reps
-Vertical jump: 28 inches
-Broad jump: 100 inches
-Three-cone drill: 8.01 seconds