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Alabama wrapped up its spring camp over the weekend with its annual A-Day scrimmage. Now that the Crimson Tide has 15 workouts under its belt, it should have a better feel of what it has moving forward into the fall as it looks to repeat as national champions.
Here’s a projection of how Alabama could line up on offense this season.
Freshmen who are set to arrive in the summer are marked with an asterisk.
Outlook: Nick Saban isn’t about to announce his starting quarterback anytime soon. Although, after Saturday’s A-Day game he doesn’t really need to. Bryce Young cemented his starting spot during the scrimmage, earning MVP honors while completing 25 of 44 passes for 333 yards and a touchdown without an interception. The question here might be whether or not Jalen Milroe can jump Paul Tyson for the No. 2 spot in the fall. While the freshman had a solid spring, Tyson’s experience should see him keep the backup role.