Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith announced that he will return for this senior season, while his fellow wideout Henry Ruggs III has declared for the 2020 NFL draft. Per ESPN:

Smith led Alabama in both receiving yards (1,256) and receiving touchdowns (14), while ranking second behind Jerry Jeudy in receptions (77). Jeudy recently announced he will enter the draft and is widely projected as the top wide receiver prospect.

Ruggs, a junior from Montgomery, Alabama, was considered to be one of the fastest players in college football this season.

He caught 40 passes for 746 yards, averaging 18.6 yards per catch.

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Prob a good move by Smith. Now, he's got the whole place to himself...
Reply3 months
Well there are other studs there like Waddle actually, but it thins the ranks a bit.
3 months
Waddle be the next Heisman winner. Book it.
3 months
WTF,his stock is high. No where to go but down with next year's QB. He got bad info in my opinion.
Reply3 months
Agree, hard to imagine he can have a better year than he had in 2019. I am very surprised he didn't jump.
2 months
Think of the numbers he would have put up if he had a QB like Burrow.
Reply3 months
3 months
Time to beat Smith again. Traitor
Reply3 months
Do you hate LSU players that turned down a home scholarship offer to go to Baton Rouge as “traitors”?
3 months
The best one staying. Sorry Ruggs, Al Davis is dead.
Reply3 months
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