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In 2014, Black was one of eight potential commencement speakers invited by Pasadena City College , and he accepted. After school officials learned nude pictures of Black were stolen and leaked online five years prior, the college announced Black had not been officially invited and the unofficial invitation was "an honest error".  After talks between Black's and PCC's attorneys, the college board of trustees apologized and formally invited him. 
Started all 13 games at right tackle as senior and was named second-team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America and first-team All-ACC. Voted team captain his senior season. Started 13 games at right tackle his junior season after redshirting the year prior as he made the switch from defensive end to offensive tackle. Appeared in eight games at defensive end in both his sophomore season in 2011 and freshman season in 2010. Was rated No. 1 defensive end prospect in New Jersey by , out of Paterson Catholic High School. Was a Division I prospect in basketball, too.
Played 41 career games, starting the last 23. As a junior in 2014, voted unanimous first-team All-American. Was first-team All-SEC selection and a finalist for the Nagurski Award, Lott IMPACT Trophy and Jim Thorpe Award. Led the team in tackles (103) and interceptions (3). Played both safety spots and started three games at dime back during three seasons at Alabama. Second-team All-SEC selection as a sophomore in 2013. As a freshman in 2012, tied for team lead with 10 special teams tackles and blocked a punt. Was rated No. 1 safety in the nation and top-10 overall prospect by coming out of Dutchtown (La.) High School. Became first player in Louisiana Sports Writers Association history to earn 5A All-State honors on both sides of the ball (rushed for 1,218 yards and 21 touchdowns).
It seems unlikely any of these players are going to be the difference in helping the Cavs get past the Warriors should they meet in the Finals.