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Vinnie Sunseri will participate in Alabama's second Pro Day

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10:55 AM ET 02.26 | Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Vinnie Sunseri tore his ACL in October, but that wasn't enough to keep him from declaring for the 2014 NFL Draft. Many have been wondering when Sunseri will be able to resume workouts and attempt to impress NFL scouts, and now we have our answer. According to Senior Bowl executive director Phil Savage, Sunseri will participate in Alabama's second Pro Day in April. It will be interesting to see how Sunseri performs at the Pro Day, because a strong performance could land him in the late-third to early-fourth round mix.

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February 26, 2014  12:17 PM ET

Bama lock.





Oh, wait...... ;-)

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February 26, 2014  12:28 PM ET

Alabama has "Pro days"? Is that different from all the days the players get paid under the table?

February 26, 2014  12:29 PM ET

Record number of underclassmen in the draft, and it was already a deep draft. Scouts are saying there will be 2nd round talent available in the 4th round, 3rd round talent available in the 5th, and so on down. From an earnings potential perspective was it wise to declare this year?

February 26, 2014  12:41 PM ET

and there's our bama article for the day...

February 26, 2014  12:51 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Alabama has "Pro days"? Is that different from all the days the players get paid under the table?

Actually, it's the day the payments STOP.

February 26, 2014  01:22 PM ET
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Record number of underclassmen in the draft, and it was already a deep draft. Scouts are saying there will be 2nd round talent available in the 4th round, 3rd round talent available in the 5th, and so on down. From an earnings potential perspective was it wise to declare this year?

rookie salary caps make it almost irrelevant. Sign and play for your second contract. The big one.

February 26, 2014  01:29 PM ET
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Alabama has "Pro days"? Is that different from all the days the players get paid under the table?

Alabama has the best college ootball tradition and the best college coach. If there is anyone that does not need to pay players, it is Alabama.

TIA.

February 26, 2014  02:43 PM ET
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Alabama has the best college ootball tradition and the best college coach. If there is anyone that does not need to pay players, it is Alabama. TIA.

Powerful stuff, that Crimson Kool-aid...POWERFUL stuff.

February 26, 2014  03:45 PM ET

Best of luck, Vinnie. I'm glad the Vols will not face you on the field again.

February 26, 2014  05:29 PM ET
QUOTE(#8):

Alabama has the best college ootball tradition and the best college coach. If there is anyone that does not need to pay players, it is Alabama. TIA.

"I'm Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and I approved this ad."

February 26, 2014  09:11 PM ET
QUOTE(#8):

Alabama has the best college ootball tradition and the best college coach. If there is anyone that does not need to pay players, it is Alabama. TIA.

Serious question- as pointed out earlier, why did he go pro early considering the number of underclassmen declaring? Any possibility that he felt Landon Collins would beat him out?

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February 27, 2014  06:51 AM ET
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Alabama has the best college ootball tradition and the best college coach. If there is anyone that does not need to pay players, it is Alabama. TIA.

Thanks. That reminds me, I will have to see if Netflix has" The Manchurian Candidate."

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February 27, 2014  02:23 PM ET
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"The Manchurian Candidate"

The 1962 version with Frank Sinatra? The 2004 version with Denzel Washington? Both?

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