The Alabama Crimson Tide has a pair of potential first round draft picks coming from what was an impressive offensive unit during the 0216 college football season.
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Both tight end O.J. Howard and offensive tackle Cam Robinson have the chance to be first round draft picks in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft. CBS Sports ranks Howard the No. 1 tight end and No. 6 overall prospect, and ranks Robinson the No. 3 offensive tackle and the No. 35 overall prospect.
Howard put together an impressive career, showing up in the many big games the Crimson Tide found themselves in over the course of his four-year career. He totaled 114 receptions for 1,726 yards (15.1 yards per catch) and seven touchdowns. At 6-foot-6, 251 pounds, Howard is an imposing receiving option.
Robinson, meanwhile, stands 6-foot-6 and weighs 322 pounds, and brings the experience you want at left tackle — he started three years for a Crimson Tide team that ran the ball effectively behind him.
Both Howard and Robinson have the chance to be first round draft picks this year.
Here's a look at each prospect:
O.J. Howard, TE
Cam Robinson, OT
Other offensive NFL draft prospects for the Crimson Tide include wide receiver ArDarius Stewart (CBS Sports' No. 7 receiver, projected 2-3 round pick), fullback Dakota Bell (CBS' 6th-ranked fullback) and wide receiver Gehrig Dieter (CBS' 59th recevier)