2015 NFL DRAFT
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Anthony Madison

Height: 5-09 | Weight: 180 | College: Alabama
 
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Overview

One of four returning starters in the Tide secondary, Madison earned his undergraudate degree in August in Marketing. He will again man the right cornerback spot, where he has 27 career starts to his credit and 25 consecutive starts. He earned the Sylvester Croom Commitment to Excellence Award following spring practice.

2004 Season

A starter in every game, Anthony is on track to earn back his true senior year of play in 2005. He is on track to graduate in December. Anthony participated in 631 snaps on the season, closing the regular season with 21 tackles and a team-leading four interceptions for 22 yards. He also had one stop behind the line for four yards and a team-best 10 pass break-ups. He had interceptions against Western Carolina, South Carolina and Auburn and had a season-high four tackles against LSU. He also blocked a punt against Kentucky. Madison has now started 24 consecutive games.

2003 Season

A 13-game starter for the Tide, Anthony played 793 snaps on the season. He had 59 tackles, one stop behind the line (two yards), one interception for 29 yards and three pass break-ups. He also had a fumble recovery and a blocked kick. Anthony's interception came against Arkansas, his fumble recovery against Tennessee and the blocked kick was a field goal block against Hawaii. He had eight tackles against Oklahoma and a career-high 11 against Auburn.

2002 Season

Anthony played in every game, earning starts against Georgia and Vanderbilt. He had 11 tackles on the season, including one stop behind the line for one yard. He had six pass break-ups. He played 279 snaps on the season, including a high of 50 in the Arkansas game. He had a career-high four tackles against Arkansas. Following spring practice, Tide coaches named him winner of the 'Jerry Duncan I Like to Practice' award.

2001 Season

Did not see varsity action.

High School

During his high school career at Thomasville, Anthony played quarterback, wide receiver, running back, defensive back and returned kicks. He was a two-time all-state pick and once had over 400 all-purpose yards in a game, scoring five touchdowns. His career stats include 14 interceptions and over 4,000 yards of offense. He participated in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game. Anthony played basketball, where he also earned all-state honors and ran track.

Personal

The son of Robert and Estelle Madison, Anthony has one brother and six sisters. Born 10-8-81. He was a Marketing major.

 
 
 

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