All-22 video: Why scouts view Alabama's Terrion Arnold as a 1st-round pick in NFL draft

From 2022 to this season, Alabama football CB Terrion Arnold is among the Crimson Tide's most improved players.

Arnold (6 feet, 196 pounds) was named a first-team AP All-American, and tied for the SEC high in interceptions with five. He broke up 11 passes, which ranked among the nation's leaders, and was exceptional in run support as well.

He's now considered by NFL scouts as a potential first-round pick in the 2024 NFL draft if he declares early eligibility. Below, see All-22 video analysis of why NFL scouts are so high on the third-year sophomore.

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Alabama CB Terrion Arnold's top-notch recognition

Arnold's improvement in defending the deep ball

Arnold's use of size/length to defend bigger receivers

Arnold's excellence in run support

Tuscaloosa News columnist Chase Goodbread is also the weekly co-host of Crimson Cover TV on WVUA-23. Reach him at Follow on Twitter @chasegoodbread.

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