PRACTICE REPORT: Freshman linebacker participates in drills


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James Ogletree, Sports Editor

Alabama continued its final week of camp on a pleasant, 89-degree Thursday afternoon. Here are our observations from the team’s 18th of 20 fall camp practices:

True freshman inside linebacker Christian Harris was back to full participation in individual drills during the media viewing period. He and Dylan Moses were the first pair of ILBs; freshman Shane Lee and sophomore Jaylen Moody were the second.

Senior outside linebacker Anfernee Jennings was leading the group through drills, still with a brace around his right knee. Redshirt junior Terrell Lewis was participating in some drills and had a sleeve on his left knee.

Senior nose tackle Tevita Musika worked between senior Raekwon Davis and junior LaBryan Ray during individual drills. The second trio of D-linemen was freshman Byron Young, D.J. Dale and Phidarian Mathis. Freshman Antonio Alfano returned to practice after missing three days.

Junior Xavier McKinney and senior Jared Mayden led the safeties through drills, followed by senior Shyheim Carter.

Coach Nick Saban will address the media for the final time during fall camp at 6 p.m. CT.