Alabama has the task of replacing it’s top three wide receivers from a year ago. Three practices in and Nick Saban has been impressed with freshman wide receiver Kendrick Law.
“He’s done a nice job,” Saban said. “He’s a guy that could play multiple positions if that creates value, in your opinion. But he has done a really good job ...
Missing spring practice is never good as its a great opportunity to develop and prove oneself. It may be particularly costly for the three players in particular as they are all in heated battles for playing time.
When Jaylen Waddle went down with an ankle injury against Tennessee, Slade Bolden stepped into the starting lineup. Outside of Tuscaloosa, Bolden was not a well known player, but he quickly introduced himself to the college football world.