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After having Friday off, Alabama football completed its first week of practice on Saturday.

Prior to going full pads next week, the Crimson Tide’s fourth session of fall camp had cameras focused on quarterbacks, running backs, receivers, offensive linemen and defensive backs.

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Based on the footage provided by the University of Alabama Athletics Department, listed below are notes from the latest practice.

-Mac Jones and Bryce Young continue to take one line of quarterback each through drills.

-Jones completed a pretty pass to John Metchie along the sideline, and Young answered with a toss of his own to fellow true freshman, Traeshon Holden.

Thaiu Jones-Bell (No. 14), a true freshman from Florida, caught a pass at practice.

-Running backs Najee Harris and Brian Robinson Jr. were seen up close in the ladder drill.

-In the secondary, Patrick Surtain II, Brandon Turnage (No. 7), Jahquez Robinson (No. 21) and Marcus Banks (No. 26) were all featured in drills.

-Banks and Robinson were backpedalling and breaking on passes, while Surtain, Turnage and Robinson took part in coverage plays with Coach Nick Saban.

-On the offensive line, Kyle Flood’s group performed run-blocking drills in groups of two.

-Players such as Deonte Brown, Emil Ekiyor Jr., Kendall Randolph, Darrian Dalcourt, Alex Leatherwood, Landon Dickerson and Pierce Quick were featured on camera.

-True freshmen Damieon George Jr. (74) and Javion Cohen (57) were in the drill too.

-Alabama will return to practice on Monday at 3:40 p.m.

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Stephen M. Smith is the managing editor and senior writer for Touchdown Alabama Magazine.  You can “like” him on Facebook or “follow” him on Twitter, via @CoachingMSmith.

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