PRACTICE REPORT: Jennings back to full-go


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James Ogletree, Sports Editor

Alabama practiced inside the Hank Crisp Indoor Facility on Wednesday afternoon due to looming storms. Here are our observations from the team’s 17th of 20 fall camp practices:

Senior outside linebacker Anfernee Jennings was fully involved in individual drills with a brace on his left knee. He was present during Tuesday’s practice but was not participating. He and redshirt junior Terrell Lewis were the two OLBs working with the first-team base defense.

True freshman inside linebacker Shane Lee was working alongside Dylan Moses in the base defense. Fellow freshman Christian Harris was also wearing a brace on knee and was not participating in individual drills for the third straight day. Redshirt sophomore Markail Benton was with Moses in the first pair through drills. Lee and sophomore Jaylen Moody were the second pair.

The first-team offensive line at the start of the viewing period was Alex Leatherwood, Evan Neal, Chris Owens, Landon Dickerson and Jedrick Wills Jr. On the second team, Emil Ekiyor Jr. was the center and Matt Womack was the right guard.

All the team’s scholarship defensive linemen were seen at practice other than Stephon Wynn Jr. and Antonio Alfano. Wynn was at practice on Monday in a black, non-contact jersey.

Senior tight end Giles Amos, who was recently awarded a scholarship according to Tua Tagovailoa‘s Snapchat story, was not running routes with the rest of the group. Miller Forristall, Major Tennison and Cameron Latu were the top three in the order.