(WTVM) - Alabama continued its dominance in rounds two and three of the 2017 NFL Draft, as five more members of the Crimson Tide found new homes.
Cam Robinson, Ryan Anderson, Dalvin Tomlinson, Tim Williams and ArDarius Stewart all heard their names called on Friday night.
Robinson was the first Tide member selected on day two, going 34th overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Bama's former offensive guard will spend his days blocking for former SEC rival Leonard Fournette and an old teammate in TJ Yeldon.
Linebacker Ryan Anderson went next. He was selected 49th overall by the Washington Redskins, where he'll join fellow Tide teammate Jonathan Allen, who was picked in the first round by Washington.
Another defensive lineman was taken six picks later, as the New York Giants took Dalvin Tomlinson with the 55th overall selection.
In the 3rd round, it was back-to-back Bama as linebacker Tim Williams and ArDarius Stewart went with the 78th and 79th picks.
Williams was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens and Stewart heads to the New York Jets.
Auburn's first guy off the board was defensive tackle Montravius Adams.