Which Alabama players have entered the portal

The transfer portal window will officially open on Monday, December 5th, and several players have either already entered the portal as graduate transfers or announced their intention to switch when allowed next week. Alabama made 18 player transfers during or after the 2021 season, and this offseason will again be filled with players choosing to move to other programs.

Here we are tracking all Crimson Tide players who have entered the portal.


Entry date: September 22nd

Ingraham wasn’t on the team this fall and The defender was not listed on Alabama‘s Online or media guide lists if updated prior to the 2022 campaign. Ingraham, a redshirt junior, did not see the field in the 2021 season, appearing in two games each in 2020 and 2019. He finished his UA career with five tackles.


Entry Date: Oct 31

Martin has served as Tide’s backup kicker and punter for the past two years. He appeared in a total of six games, attempting and scoring a field goal and making 10 strides for an average of 58.1 yards per kick. Listed as a punter on UA’s official roster, Martin has never punched in a game.

Martin, who joined Alabama from Troy in mid-2021, played in 23 games with the Trojans, handling both punting and kickoff duties. As a 2020 player, Martin averaged 46.1 yards per shoe. Coming from the ranks of high school, Martin was ranked the No. 16 kicker in the country according to the 247Sports Composite rankings and received a three-time All-State Honorable Mention.


Entry Date: Nov 22

Sanders has played nine games for Alabama this season and 26 in his career. He was the Tide this falls fourth running back behind Jahmyr Gibbs, Jase McClellan and Roydell Williams and has 80 yards and a touchdown with 14 carries. He rushed for 528 yards and three points on 116 tries in the 2020-22 campaigns at UA.

sanders‘ Time in Tuscaloosa, Alabama was marred by injuries, initially missing the full 2019 season and then suffering a hip injury in a car accident that shortened his 2020 season. He rebounded in 2021, serving as Brian Robinson‘s backup following injuries to McClellan and Williams and recorded his best stats season in college with 314 rushing yards to 72 deaths.


Entry date: November 23

After appearing in the first nine games of the season, including a start in Texas in Week 2, Jackson did not travel to Ole Miss and was not spotted on the sidelines against Austin Peay. alabama hHead coach Nick Saban announced on November 21 that Jackson was serving a suspension.

Jackson has played in 21 games for the Crimson Tide over the past two years after transferring to UA from East Mississippi Community College. Jackson appeared in 12 competitions a season ago, including a start in the national championship game against Georgia. During his collegiate career in Tuscaloosa, Jackson had 14 tackles, one tackle for a loss and two broken passes.


Announced date: November 28th

The 6-foot-6, 333-pound offensive lineman only played in two games this season, appearing in the first two contests of the year against Utah State and Texas. This comes after he pretired in 12 games, including three starts, in the 2021 season. George started in Alabama with the right tackle‘s final regular-season games against New Mexico State, Arkansas and Auburn.


Announced date: November 30th

Leary has played in 10 from Alabama‘s 12 games this season, mostly on special teams and as a reserve wideout. He caught a pass for six yards in the season opener against Utah State and also made a tackle. As a sophomore, Leary played eight games as a freshman and, after suffering multiple injuries at that position, switched to running back. He carried the ball three times for 22 yards and caught two passes for yards and a touchdown in 2021.


Entry date: November 30th

As a reserve offensive lineman, Bowles has played in all 12 games this season. In his fourth year in the Crimson Tide program, the redshirt junior has played 19 games over the course of his career.

According to the industry-compiled 247Sports Composite, Bowles was a 4-star recruit from Glasgow, Kentucky in the 2019 cycle. He was ranked as the #290 overall prospect, #19 offensive guard, and sixth-best Kentucky player. He is now the 16th player on the Crimson Tide‘s 27-player signing league for 2019, which was #1 nationally.


Announced date: November 30th

Holden has played in 10 games this fall and started the first five games of the 2022 season. He has caught 25 passes for 331 yards and six touchdowns, which ties with Jermaine Burton for the second-highest scoring on the team. As a junior, Holden has 46 career receptions for 570 yards and seven touchdowns after appearing in 24 games over the past two years.

A 4-star recruit in Alabama‘s In the 2020 signing class, Holden was the #235 overall recruit and the #42 wide receiver that cycle, according to the industry-compiled 247Sports Composite. One of three wideouts to sign with Tide this year is now the second receiver from the class to make a transfer, joining Javon Baker. Only Thaiu Jones-Bells remains on the UA list.

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