Thirteen athletes tied to the state of Alabama had their names called during the final day of the NFL Draft, which consisted of the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh rounds.

Seven of the players played at the University of Alabama, six played at Auburn University and two played at UAB.

Justin Eboigbe - Defensive line

The Los Angeles Chargers selected Justin Eboigbe in the fourth round with the No. 105 overall pick in the draft. Eboigbe spent five seasons in Tuscaloosa, and a productive senior season earned him first-team All-SEC honors.

Khyree Jackson - Cornerback

The Minnesota Vikings took Khyree Jackson in the fourth round with the No. 108 overall pick. Jackson spent two seasons at Alabama before transferring to Oregon, where he earned first-team all PAC-12 honors.

Javon Baker - Wide receiver

The New England Patriots called Javon Baker's name in the fourth round with the No. 110 overall pick in the draft. Baker spent two seasons at Alabama before transferring to UCF to play under Gus Malzahn, where he was named first-team All-Big 12 Conference.

Nehemiah Pritchett - Cornerback

The Seattle Seahawks made Nehemiah Pritchett Auburn's first selection in the 2024 NFL Draft in the fifth round, 136th overall. Pritchett spent five seasons on The Plains.

Jaylin Simpson - Safety

The Indianapolis Colts took Jaylin Simpson in the fifth round at No. 164 overall. Simpson spent five seasons on The Plains and picked up second-team All-SEC in his senior season.

Keilan Robinson - Running back

The Jacksonville Jaguars picked Keilan Robinson in the fifth round at No. 167 overall. Robinson spent two years at Alabama before transferring to Texas, where he earned honorable mention All-Big 12 Conference honors.

Jase McClellan - Running back

The Atlanta Falcons chose Jase McClellan in the sixth round at No. 186 overall. McClellan spent four seasons in Tuscaloosa and led the Tide with 890 rushing yards in his final year.

Tejhaun Palmer - Wide receiver

The Arizona Cardinals called Tejhaun Palmer's name in the sixth round as the 191st overall pick, giving UAB its first pick in the 2024 draft. The Blazers have now had one player chosen in each of the last four NFL Drafts. Palmer etched his name in UAB's record books, securing the seventh most single-season yards in school history. He finished 10th in school history for reception yards.

DJ James - Cornerback

The Seattle Seahawks took another Auburn Tiger cornerback, DJ James, in the sixth round to join Pritchett as the No. 192 overall pick. The Spanish Fort native spent three years at Oregon before coming back home to play at Auburn.

Will Reichard - Kicker

The Minnesota Vikings selected Will Reichard in the sixth round as the No. 203 overall pick. Reichard took advantage of five seasons in Tuscaloosa and became the NCAA all-time points leader. Reichard was third-team Associated Press All-American, SEC Special Teams Player of the Year, first-team All-SEC kicker and a finalist for the Lou Groza Award.

Kamal Hadden - Defensive back

The Kansas City Chiefs drafted Kamal Hadden in the sixth round as the 211th overall pick. Hadden signed with Auburn out of junior college but transferred to Tennessee after going through the spring with Bryan Harson after initially committing to play for Gus Malzahn.

Justin Rogers - Defensive tackle

The Dallas Cowboys called on Justin Rogers in the seventh round as the No. 244 overall pick. Rogers spent three years at Kentucky and played his final season at Auburn.

Marcus Harris - Defensive line

The Houston Texans took Marcus Harris in the seventh round as the No. 247 overall pick. Harris, a Montgomery native, spent two seasons at Kansas before coming home to anchor Auburn's defensive line for three years.

Jaylen Key - Safety

With the last pick of the draft, the New York Jets made Jaylen Key "Mr. Irrelevant." Key transferred from UAB to play his final year at Alabama.

The recap for day two of the draft can be found here, and the first round recap can be found here.

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