John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
Former Alabama quarterback Jake Coker spoke with media following the Crimson Tide's annual pro day event and said that he was pissed off by not being invited to the NFL Combine, which took place last week.


Coker passed for 3,110 yards, 21 touchdowns and eight interceptions for Alabama last season.

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Filed Under: Alabama Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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21 Comments
The NFL has learnt the hard way about Saban QB. They are like most other players on the, they are surrounded by talent that makes them look good but when you separate them they look suck.
Reply67 months
Coker has a long release, sluggish footwork, no pocket awareness, and his reads are EXTREMELY slow...pro scouts don't give a shite how many games your team won, if you have the aforementioned traits...no combine for you.
Reply67 months
Proactive
Reply67 months
Here is a good kid, and u r talking about wrong bama QB from Mobile with the trash comment.
Reply67 months
I agree,
67 months
screw that herman munster looking gump and the gumps
Reply67 months
There may be a lot of adjectives to describe Jake Coker but trash isn't one of them.
Reply67 months
Nor is spokesman for Clearasil.
67 months
Mobile trash
Reply67 months
Better than being piss on.
Reply67 months
Good lord his face
Reply67 months
he should connect the dots on his face to draw out a middle finger
Reply67 months
Big body, big arm, I thought he deserved an invite.
Reply67 months
"He was the QB for the national champs. He should have been invited on that alone." That's irrelevant to the NFL teams.
Reply67 months
atltiger6487 said: "That's irrelevant to the NFL teams." True. Perhaps if he's won the preseason Heisman he would have had better luck.
67 months
He was the QB for the national champs. He should have been invited on that alone.
Reply67 months
It's really odd that Blake Sims got invited but Coker didn't. Coker had a higher completion percentage on more attempts with fewer interceptions. He also didn't lose any game he started, and almost came off the bench to win the one game Alabama lost.
Reply67 months
He threw two picks against Ole Miss. Two crucial ones at that. While Alabama nearly came back and won, we could also argue he was one of the reasons they lost. For the record, I think he should have been invited with his tools and potential.
67 months
NFL combine doesnt invite used car salesmen to try out.
Reply68 months
Luke
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Think of the endorsement checks he could get from proactive!
Reply68 months
Or pizza hut
67 months
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