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Tracking projected contracts for Alabama players taken in rounds two through seven of NFL Draft

Christian Barmore celebrates a sack versus W. Carolina in 2019
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Last week, Alabama football tied Ohio State for the most draft picks (10) of any collegiate program.

Nick Saban set a couple of NFL Draft records, and he’s had 106 athletes get selected since 2009.

RELATED: WATCH: Thomas Fletcher reacts with excitement after the Panthers drafted him

After watching six players come off the board in the first round, names such as Landon Dickerson, Christian Barmore, Deonte Brown, and Thomas Fletcher finished the event for the Crimson Tide.

Dickerson and Barmore were taken in the second round, while Brown and Fletcher heard their names called in the sixth round. Spotrac has the projected contract information for the last four Alabama alums that were selected.

Listed below are the estimated deals for Dickerson, Barmore, Brown, and Fletcher.

Landon Dickerson

-Position: Offensive Lineman

-Pick selection: No. 37 overall (second round)

-Team: Philadelphia Eagles

-Contract details: 4 years, $8.6 million

-Signing Bonus: $3.6 million

-2020 cap: $1.6 million

Christian Barmore

-Position: Defensive Lineman

-Pick selection: No. 38 overall (second round)

-Team: New England Patriots

-Contract details: 4 years, $8.5 million

-Signing Bonus: $3.5 million

-2020 cap: $1.5 million

Deonte Brown

-Position: Offensive Lineman

-Pick selection: No. 193 overall (sixth round)

-Team: Carolina Panthers

-Contract details: 4 years, $3.6 million

-Signing Bonus: $186,000

-2020 cap: $706,515

Thomas Fletcher

-Position: Long Snapper

-Pick selection: No. 222 overall (sixth round)

-Team: Carolina Panthers

-Contract details: 4 years, $3.6 million

-Signing Bonus: $130,707

-2020 cap: $692,677

Dylan Moses was not selected through seven rounds of the NFL Draft, but his contract details were announced too.

He signed to the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent. According to Aaron Wilson, an NFL reporter who covers the Houston Texans, he said Moses will get $70,000 guaranteed, a $50,000 base salary, and a $20,000 signing bonus.

The former Alabama linebacker is still rehabbing from a torn meniscus.

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Stephen M. Smith is the managing editor and senior writer for Touchdown Alabama Magazine.  You can “like” him on Facebook or “follow” him on Twitter, via @CoachingMSmith.

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