"I think that'd be tough to pass up", he said at a December 5 press conference.
Should he leave, however, Alabama would have several players who could challenge for the starting quarterback position, including incumbent starter Mac Jones, Taulia Tagovailoa and Paul Tyson, four-star quarterbacks in the class of 2019, and Bryce Young, the top overall quarterback in the class of 2020. "And that's what we're going to continue to do, and we're going to continue to do that for Tua and his family".
The 21-year-old's season was cut short on November 16 following a hip injury.
Joe Burrow is going to be the first player off the board at the 2020 NFL Draft, but Tagovailoa could easily be the second quarterback taken off the board.
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Daniel couldn't have made things any clearer here, especially with his injury history, Tagovailoa's ceiling isn't going to get any higher when it comes to being an National Football League prospect. I'm struggling to be a good coach, which is plenty to do for me. "At this point, all signs point to him coming back". Said Saban: "He used this opportunity to showcase his ability, so it probably even enhanced his opportunities at the next level". Football is not who I am, it is what I do.
Jeudy, rated No. 4 on Kiper's Big Board, didn't give an update on which way he is leaning. "You think of risk-reward on leaving", Tagovailoa said.
"Not at all", Smith said. "But I think there's a lot more to it than that in some aspects". "You gotta make business decisions". "I'm going to make a decision that's best for me". He thanked his family, coaches, football brothers, staff, and fans for making his time at Alabama great.
"We are aware that Mr. Moses has recently given an unadvised commitment to return to the University of Alabama", the statement read, in part.