NFL draft profile: No. 10 — Alabama TE O.J. Howard, sorely underused two-way weapon

Shutdown Corner is counting down the top 50 prospects in the 2017 NFL draft with a scouting report, quotes from NFL evaluators and a projection where they might be drafted. Key stat: Played in 46 games for the Crimson Tide but had 18.2 percent of his total college receiving production in two games — the 2015 and 2016 national title games, both against Clemson. Alabama TE O.J. Howard is a surefire first-round pick and could be the first Senior Bowl player drafted this year.