A-Day Showcases New Talent

Posted by | Apr 16, 2012 | -

By Marquavius Burnett, Crimson White:
T.J. Yeldon is the first name that jumps out. Saban called Yeldon “one of those guys who can do a little bit of everything.” Yeldon proved this by leading the White team with 179 yards of total offense and a touchdown. Yeldon showed speed and elusiveness to hit the outside and make big plays. But he also showed the strength and power to break tackles and push the pile. Special-teams standout turned safety Vinnie Sunseri also impressed. Sunseri is known for his headhunting on special teams, but will be competing for the starting safety opposite Robert Lester. Saban called Sunseri “a ball hawk” after Sunseri got an interception and returned a fumble for a touchdown. Adrian Hubbard was the breakout linebacker for the Crimson Tide. He finished with seven tackles, four tackles for loss and three sacks. Center Barrett Jones said blocking Hubbard is tough because of his long arms. One of the more impressive units was the Crimson team’s wide receivers. Kenny Bell and Kevin Norwood picked up where they left off in the national championship game with catches down the sideline for big gains. [More]

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