Alabama football could potentially have a Joe Moore Award-winning offensive line next fall.
JC Latham, a former five-star in the 2021 class, returns for his third season. He started last year at right tackle and was dominant.
The 6-foot-6, 326-pounder allowed two sacks in 2022, helping Bryce Young to his second straight 3,000-yard passing campaign. Latham also assisted running backs Jahmyr Gibbs and Jase McClellan to strong numbers out the backfield. He led the Crimson Tide with three knockdown blocks in the Allstate Sugar Bowl versus Kansas State, pacing the offense to a 45-20 victory. He returns to help the Tide win a national championship and push the offensive line to be the best unit in college football.
According to Pro Football Focus, Latham enters next season as one of the top offensive tackles in the nation.
His experience at right tackle should transition him to the opposite end for spring practice. Alabama needs an anchor to protect Jalen Milroe or Ty Simpson, and Latham is the one to get it done.
Next season is the money year for Latham for the NFL Draft.
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