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How Alabama transfers, ex-signees fared in Week 7

Here’s a rundown of how Alabama transfers and former Crimson Tide signees fared for their current teams during Week 7 of the season:

Offensive lineman Charles Baldwin (Youngstown State)

Baldwin started at right tackle during a 36-7 loss to South Dakota State.

Season Stats: (Six games) Five starts

Team record: 2-4

Quarterback Blake Barnett (South Florida)

Barnett was 17 of 39 for 237 yards with two rushing touchdowns and one interception during a 25-24 win over Tulsa.

Season Stats: (Six games) 114 of 188 (60.6 percent completion percentage), 1,545 yards, nine touchdown passes, five interceptions; 149 rushing yards, six rushing touchdowns

Team record: 6-0

Linebacker Christian Bell (Wisconsin)

Bell posted a tackle during a 38-13 loss to Michigan.

Season Stats: (Six games) Two tackles, two quarterback hurries, one pass breakup

Team record: 4-2

Linebacker Mekhi Brown (Tennessee State)

Brown recorded three tackles and a sack during a 45-21 loss to Murray State.

Season Stats: (Five games) 16 tackles, 3.5 stops for a loss, two sacks, one forced fumble, one pass breakup

Team record: 2-3

Linebacker Shawn Burgess-Becker (Central Florida)

Burgess-Becker had one tackle during a 31-30 win over Memphis.

Season Stats: (Six games) Nine tackles, two stops for a loss, one quarterback hurry, one pass breakup, one interception, one TD

Team record: 6-0

Wide receiver Daylon Charlot (Kansas)

Kansas had a bye week.

Season Stats: (Five games) Two catches, 26 yards, one TD

Team record: 2-4

Quarterback David Cornwell (East Central)

Cornwell was 10 of 24 for 138 yards with one touchdown pass and no interceptions during a 31-10 loss to Henderson State.

Season Stats: (Seven games) 60 of 126 (47.6 percent completion percentage), 537 yards, five touchdown passes, five interceptions

Team record: 2-5

Linebacker Jordan Davis (Copiah-Lincoln Community College)

Davis, who is now re-committed to Alabama, recorded six tackles and two stops for a loss during a 41-27 win over Hinds Community College.

Season Stats: (Seven games) 36 tackles, 3.5 stops for a loss, 1.5 sacks, one forced fumble

Team record: 5-2

Running back DeSherrius Flowers (Grambling State)

Flowers didn’t record any stats during a 34-21 win over Texas Southern.

Season Stats: (One game) No stats

Team record: 3-3

Running back Derrick Gore (Louisiana-Monroe)

Gore ran for 147 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries during a 45-20 win over Coastal Carolina.

Season Stats: (Seven games) 73 carries for 404 yards (5.5 yards per carry), five touchdowns; 16 catches for 57 yards

Team record: 3-4

Defensive back Aaron Robinson (Central Florida)

Robinson posted one tackle during a 31-30 win over Memphis.

Season Stats: (Three games) Four tackles

Team record: 6-0

Cornerback Kendall Sheffield (Ohio State)

Sheffield recorded a tackle and an interception during a 30-14 win over Minnesota.

Season Stats: (Seven games) 13 tackles, two stops for a loss, two interceptions, six pass breakups

Team record: 7-0

Defensive lineman O.J. Smith (Minnesota)

Smith had three tackles during a 30-14 loss to Ohio State.

Season Stats: (Five games) Six tackles

Team record: 3-3

T.J. Simmons (West Virginia)

Simmons didn’t record any stats during a 30-14 loss to Iowa State.

Season Stats: (Six games) 14 catches, 227 yards, one touchdown

Team record: 5-1

Linebacker Adonis Thomas (Florida State)

Florida State had a bye week.

Season Stats: (Six games) 10 tackles

Team record: 3-3

Offensive lineman Dallas Warmack (Oregon)

Warmack started at right guard during a 30-27 win over Washington.

Season Stats: (Six games) Six starts

Team record: 5-1

*** B.J. Emmons isn’t playing football this season. Brandon Kennedy was starting at center for Tennessee but suffered a season-ending injury. VanDarius Cowan is sitting out this season at West Virginia. Shawn Jennings hasn’t played yet this season at South Alabama.

Matt Zenitz is an Alabama and Auburn reporter for the Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @mzenitz.

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