TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama had four former players selected on the final day of the NFL draft, pushing its total to seven.
Offensive linemen Arie Kouandjio and Austin Shepherd, fullback Jalston Fowler and outside linebacker Xzavier Dickson all heard their names called on Saturday.
The group joined Amari Cooper (Oakland Raiders, No. 4 overall), Landon Collins (New York Giants, No. 33 overall) and T.J. Yeldon (Jacksonville Jaguars, No. 36 overall) as former Tide players taken in the draft.
Fowler was the first former Tide player off the board when the Tennessee Titans took him with the 108th overall pick in the fourth round. For his career, Fowler rushed for 755 yards and also had seven receiving touchdowns.
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Kouandjio was picked four spots later at No. 112 overall by the Washington Redskins. Kouandjio was the Tide's starting left guard for the past two seasons.
In the seventh round, the Minnesota Vikings landed Shepherd with the 228th overall pick.
Shepherd was the Tide's starting right tackle for the past two seasons.
The New England Patriots picked Dickson at No. 253 overall. Dickson had 42 tackles, 12.5 tackles for loss and 9.0 sacks last season.
According to Fox Sports, former Tide tight end Brian Vogler has agreed to sign with the Chicago Bears. Vogler posted "Go Bears" to his Twitter account shortly after the draft ended.
Former Tide quarterback Blake Sims' agent told the Anniston Star that Sims will be a part of the Green Bay Packers mini camp on a tryout basis.
Former Tide safety Nick Perry told the Anniston Star he has agreed to sign with the Baltimore Ravens. Former Tide linebacker Trey DePriest agreed to sign with the Baltimore Ravens, according to multiple reports. DePriest will be reunited with former teammate C.J. Mosley, who the Ravens took in the first round of the 2014 draft. Former Tide defensive lineman Brandon Ivory posted to his Twitter account that he has agreed to sign with the Houston Texans. Christion Jones signed with the Dolphins. DeAndrew White signed with the 49ers.