Alabama has its sixth player to declare for the upcoming NFL Draft.
Slade Bolden, a wide receiver, joins Phidarian Mathis, Evan Neal, Josh Jobe, Christopher Allen, and Jameson Williams in announcing a decision to turn pro. Bolden, a Louisiana native, announced his news today via Twitter.
— Slade Bolden (@_slade_10) January 14, 2022
He arrived at the University of Alabama as a three-star in the 2018 class. Bolden won three SEC Championships (2018, 2020, 2021) and a College Football Playoff National Championship in 2021. He played in 42 career games across four seasons, totaling 68 receptions for 712 yards and four touchdowns. Bolden turned in 42 catches for 408 yards and three scores in the 2021 season.
He was a strong player on special teams too for the Crimson Tide. Bolden projects as a Day 3 (fourth to sixth-round) pick.
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