Crimson Tide Legends Sign Autographs at Bryant Museum in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
The 2021 Alabama Crimson Tide season is just days away and the excitement for the defending national champions is percolating throughout the fanbase. Crimson Tide fans love memorabilia and being able to connect with Alabama players through autographs and gear.
Alabama fans wanting to add to their autograph collection can do so at the Paul W. Bryant Museum this Saturday. The museum will host several Crimson Tide legends from 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CT this Saturday, Aug. 28.
Offensive lineman Thomas Rayam and Steve Sprayberry, quarterbacks Gary and Jeff Rutledge, running backs Joe LaBue, Johnny Davis, wide receivers Wayne Wheeler, Kevin Lee and Antonio Carter and defensive back Antonio Langham are all scheduled to appear at the museum.
Offensive tackle Steve Sprayberry was an All-SEC tackle in 1973. Thomas Rayam played offensive line for the Crimson Tide in the late 1980s and played over 12 years of professional football.
The Rutledge brothers played for the Crimson Tide in the 1970s, the two brothers each led the Tide to national championships. (Gary in 1973 and Jeff in 1978).
Running back Joe LaBue rushed for over 900 yards in his Alabama career with five touchdowns in the early 1970s. Johnny Davis accumulated 2,500 yards and 19 touchdowns in four seasons playing for the Tide also in the 70s.
Three wide receivers will be on hand, Wayne Wheeler played for the Tide from 1971-73, accumulating 1,246 yards and 11 touchdown receptions. Kevin Lee played for Alabama from 1990-93 and hauled in 1,093 yards and three touchdowns. Antonio "AC" Carter was with the Tide from 1999-2001 and racked up 1,294 yards and five touchdowns.
Defensive back Antonio Langham will be on hand for one-hour. The former first round draft pick was instrumental in the Crimson Tide's 1992 national championship.