A total of 50 Crimson Tide student-athletes are slated to receive their degrees Saturday during The University of Alabama's winter commencement. That total includes 12 All-Americans, two NCAA Champions, two world champions and an Olympic gold medalist.

The Alabama football team has 19 past and present student-athletes slated to graduate this weekend, including All-Americans Rashaan Evans and JK Scott along with fellow starters Robert Foster, Hootie Jones, Christian Miller, Andy Pappanastos and Cam Sims. Pappanastos is earning his master’s degree, while Keith Holcombe, who also plays for the Tide baseball team, is a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree.

There are three former Tide football players slated to get their degrees, including Glen Coffee and Tarrant Lynch as well as All-American and Butkus Award winner Rolando McClain. Coffee and McClain both played in the NFL following their Alabama careers.

All together there will be 25 graduates on Alabama’s 2018 Sugar Bowl roster, including 12 that graduated prior to the start of the season and 13 graduating this weekend.

The track and field program has a pair of World Champions among their December graduates. World and Olympic gold medalist and Crimson Tide NCAA champion and All-American Kirani James will receive his diploma on Saturday while World Champion and UA All-American Jereem Richards will also be among the graduates.

Also among the track and field and cross country family, All-American and 2017 NCAA Indoor Pole Vault Champion Lakan Taylor and All-American Jacopo Lahbi will graduate this weekend, while All-American and SEC champion Emmanuel Bor and All-American Katelyn Greenleaf both earn master’s degrees this semester.

Gymnasts Aja Sims and Kiana Winston and swimmers Bridget Blood round out the Crimson Tide All-Americans set for December graduation. Winston is in the midst of her senior season and will compete her final season as a UA graduate, while Sims and Blood finished their careers last season.

Saturday’s graduation will also see a pair basketball starters among the honorees in men’s guard/forward Riley Norris and women’s guard Hannah Cook.

2017 University of Alabama Athletics December Graduates

Student-Athlete, Sport

Hunter Alexander, Baseball

Bryan Arthur, Men's Track and Field

Caroline Barlow, Women's Track and Field/Cross Country

Vanessa Barone, Rowing

Bridget Blood, Women's Swimming and Diving

Emmanuel Bor, Men's Track and Field/Cross Country

Hailey Brohaugh, Soccer

Joshua Casher, Football

Lacey Clarida, Soccer

Ronnie Clark, Football

Glen Coffee, Football

Hannah Cook, Women's Basketball

Danielle Davis, Rowing

Rashaan Evans, Football

Robert Foster, Football

Joshua Frazier, Football

Katelyn Greenleaf, Women's Track and Field/Cross Country

Abbee Hall, Rowing

Meghan Hampton, Rowing

Jeremy Harden, Men's Track and Field

Grant Hill, Football

Keith Holcombe, Football/Baseball

Kirani James, Men's Track and Field

Hootie Jones, Football

Brandon Kennedy, Football

Ritchie Kruunenberg, Men's Tennis

Jacopo Lahbi, Men's Track and Field

Tarrant Lynch, Football

Rolando McClain, Football

Joshua McCullan, Men's Track and Field

Christian Miller, Football

Nicole Morales, Women's Golf

Riley Norris, Men's Basketball

Andy Pappanastos, Football

Jacob Parker, Football

Jared Reaves, Baseball

Jereem Richards, Men's Track and Field

DaiJia Ruffin, Women's Basketball

Joanna Savva, Women's Tennis

JK Scott, Football

Cam Sims, Football

Aja Sims, Gymnastics

Brianna Sims, Women's Track and Field

Daniel Skehan, Football

Nate Staskelunas, Football

Karolina Szczepaniak, Women's Swimming and Diving

Lakan Taylor, Women's Track and Field

J.C. Wilhite, Baseball

Kiana Winston, Gymnastics

Taylor Zablocki, Women's Swimming and Diving