According to Chris Low of ESPN, cornerbacks Kool-Aid McKinstry and Terrion Arnold of Alabama have both announced their intention to make a selection in the NFL draft.
As a result of their decision to forego remaining eligibility in Tuscaloosa, they join Alabama edge rusher Dallas Turner and offensive lineman JC Latham in doing so
Malachi Moore, a nickel cornerback, and Deontae Lawson, a middle linebacker, will both reprise their roles for Alabama in the upcoming season.
It is anticipated that McKinstry will be selected in the first round of the draft since he is one of the best players at his position.
In his career, McKinstry has played in 42 games and has made 92 tackles, five of which were for a loss.
He has also defended 25 passes, two interceptions, and two sacks.
Also, McKinstry returned punts, and during his sophomore year, he averaged 15.8 yards per return. However, during this season, he has only returned punts for 6.1 yards.
Throughout the course of this season, Arnold started all 14 games and recorded a team-high five interceptions in addition to 17 passes defensed.