Watkins Has Made Amazing Recoveries

The Bionic Man? Superman? The Amazing Kreskin? Alabama senior linebacker Alex Watkins brings out some interesting comparisons because of his ability to play through pain. Football players have been known to play through pain, but Watkins has taken it to a new level.
November 8, 2011

Cyrus Kouandjio Lost To Knee Injury

Alabama suffered two significant injuries in Saturday night's 37-6 victory over Tennessee. A reserve offensive lineman and a back-up linebacker both will miss the upcoming LSU game on Nov.5. Both Cyrus Kouandjio, the offensive lineman who is out for the year, and Alex Watkins, the linebacker who will miss a few weeks, have received a lot of playing time this year.
October 24, 2011

Looking Back

The University of Alabama has done well recruiting the Volunteer State. Andrew Bone takes a look at the playerswho signed since Head Coach Nick Saban's arrival in Tuscaloosa.
October 18, 2011

Watkins Has Made Quick Recovery

What did he know and when did he know it? No, this is not some political expose. Not even an NCAA investigation. It's a story that appears headed for a happy ending in one week.
August 27, 2011

Alabama Linebacker Lost For Spring

Alabama head coach Nick Saban announced that senior outside linebacker Alex Watkins would miss the remainder of the spring after suffering a knee injury.
April 1, 2011

Tennessee DE Signs with Alabama

Alex Watkins comes to Alabama from Haywood High School in Brownsville, Tennessee. The Scout.com three-star defensive end talks of why he chose the Crimson Tide.
February 7, 2007

Alex Watkins Back from Alabama Visit

Scout.com three-star defensive end Alex Watkins, from Brownsville-Haywood, (Tenn.), verbally committed to the Crimson Tide back in the summer and has never wavered despite a coaching change. The 6-4, 225-pound Watkins took an official visit to the Capstone this weekend.
January 14, 2007

Alabama Verbal 3A Lineman of the Year

It was an exciting and disappointing Monday for Scout.com three-star defensive end Alex Watkins from Brownsville-Haywood (Tenn.). The Tide verbal commitment was awarded Class 3A Lineman of the Year in Tennessee, but learned of the firing of Alabama head coach Mike Shula as well.
November 27, 2006