Former Crimson Tide cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis officially has his new home.

The 6-foot-1, 197 lb. ballhawk was selected by the Baltimore Ravens with the 119th pick in the 4th round.

Armour-Davis joined the Crimson Tide in 2018 as a four-star out of St. Paul's Episcopal in Mobile, but suffered a knee injury that sidelined him for his freshman season.

Returning from injury in his sophomore year, Armour-Davis bounced back and appeared in eight games, finishing the season two tackles and two pass deflections. His junior season saw similar production, appearing in two more games, but recording just two tackles.

Finally, Armour-Davis' senior season was when the former second ranked recruit in Alabama got his chance to shine. In eleven appearances, Armour-Davis compiled an impressive 32 tackles, three interceptions and seven PBUs.

Though a later round selection, Armour-Davis' potential is through the roof and he could eventually develop into a quality starter if not a lockdown corner altogether.

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