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In this day and age, working the transfer portal is just as important as recruiting for a college program. Alabama has taken advantage, finding two of their best players in Jameson Williams (Ohio State) and Henry To’oto’o (Tennessee) from the portal.
But just as it giveth, the transfer portal can also taketh. Nine players who were on the Crimson Tide’s roster last season ended up transferring out of the program. All landed at Power Five schools as well.
Texas was the most popular destination, with running back Keilan Robinson and outside linebacker Ben Davis following Steve Sarkisian to Austin. The two Los Angeles schools in UCLA and USC are represented, as are rivals Tennessee.
A name fans may recognize the most is kicker Joseph Bulovas. Now at Vanderbilt, he has stepped up as Clark Lea’s placekicker this season.
Here are how Alabama’s class of 2021 transfers are performing at their new schools.
Keilan Robinson - Texas
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24 carries, 176 yards, and three touchdowns
Three receptions, 38 yards
Ishmael Sopsher - USC
— ishmael sopsher (@isopsher) December 12, 2020
Kevin Harris - Georgia Tech
— Kevin G. Harris II (@kevin_harris2) December 4, 2020
Five total tackles
Ale Kaho - UCLA
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21 total tackles, 3.5 tackles for a loss, 2.0 sacks
Ben Davis - Texas
Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman
Five total tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss, 0.5 sacks
Brandon Turnage - Tennessee
Brianna Paciorka/News Sentinel
21 total tackles, 2.0 tackles for a loss
Eddie Smith - Illinois
— Eddie Smith 🎱 (@_15ive) January 21, 2021
Ronald Williams - Michigan State
Nick King/Lansing State Journal
22 total tackles, 2.0 tackles for a loss, 1.0 sack
Four passes defended
Joseph Bulovas - Vanderbilt
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10/15 field goals