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Did we say five Alabama players will be in Mobile for this week's Senior Bowl? Well, make that...

Did we say five Alabama players will be in Mobile for this week's Senior Bowl? Well, make that six. Crimson Tide tailback Roy Upchurch has accepted a late invitation to attend this week's festivities. He'll replace former LSU running back Charles Scott, who is still unable to go because of a collarbone injury sustained in the Tigers' November defeat at Alabama.

Gentry Estes: Roy Upchurch makes six for Alabama at 2010 Senior Bowl Good news for Roy, and I certainly hope he can impress some scouts in Mobile. I don't think there is any question that he has the raw talent to play in the NFL, and he could easily fill a niche role on many teams as a third down back / special teams contributor. Unfortunately, his laundry list of serious injuries is really going to hurt his draft stock, and that is something he'll have to overcome. I just hope he can stay healthy in camp next year, because if he can he'll be on an NFL roster somewhere.
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