Alabama redshirt junior Slade Bolden is one of the most experienced players on the Crimson Tide offense but even the leaders make mistakes. Bolden hauled in three receptions for 19 yards against the University of Florida but it was his huge touchdown drop that remained in the minds of Alabama fans.
The NCAA recently allowed its college athletes to take advantage of their name image and likeness by partnering with companies and brands to market their brands. We have already seen several Alabama athletes announce partnerships with brands and companies.
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.
After having a number of first-round receivers ahead of him, 2021 could be prove to be a breakout season for Xavier Williams. The Hollywood, Florida native came to Alabama as four-star wide receiver, rated as the No. 3 receiver and No. 29 player overall in the class of 2018 according to ESPN.
The Alabama offense also extended its scoring record for consecutive games with a score to 260 games. The last time that Alabama was held off the scoreboard was back in 2000 against Auburn in a 9-0 loss.