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Summer enrollees from Alabama’s 2021 class have their jersey numbers

Nick Saban directing players at Alabama spring practice
Photo by Kent Gidley of Alabama Athletics

The jersey numbers for Alabama’s 2021 summer enrollees are out.

According to the Crimson Tide’s Media Guide, which will be available at SEC Media Days, sixteen numbers have been revealed.

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Nick Saban will address reporters on Wednesday at the Hyatt Regency-Wynfrey Hotel, while the Crimson Tide starts preseason camp on Thursday, August 5. During the spring, names such as Paul Tyson (No. 15 to No. 17), DeMarcco Hellams (No. 29 to No. 2), Trey Sanders (No. 24 to No. 6), and Javion Cohen (No. 57 to No. 70) changed numbers. Henry To’oto’o and Jameson Williams transferred in from Tennessee and Ohio State, respectively. To’oto’o will wear No. 10, and Williams is donning No. 1 for the Tide.

Numbers for Alabama’s summer enrollees

-Terrion Arnold: Defensive Back, No. 12 (Tallahassee, Fla.)

-Anquin Barnes: Defensive Lineman, No. 59 (Montgomery, Ala.)

-Kendrick Blackshire: Linebacker, No. 40 (Duncanville, Texas)

-Kadarius Calloway: Cornerback, No. 29 (Philadelphia, Miss)

-JoJo Earle: Wide Receiver, No. 10 (Aledo, Texas)

-Khyree Jackson: Cornerback (East Mississippi CC), No. 6 (Upper Malboro, Md.)

-Tim Kennan, III: Defensive Lineman, No. 96 (Birmingham, Ala.)

-Damon Payne: Defensive Lineman, No. 44 (Belleville, Mich.)

-Jaeden Roberts: Offensive Lineman, No. 77 (Houston, Texas)

-Devonta Smith: Cornerback, No. 27 (Cincinnati, Ohio)

-Dallas Turner: Linebacker, No. 15 (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

-Camar Wheaton: Running Back, No. 25 (Garland, Texas)

-Kaine Williams: Defensive Back, No. 49 (Marrero, La.)

-Jack Martin: Punter (Transfer from Troy), No. 95 (Dothan, Ala.)

-James Burnip: Punter, No. 86 (Mount Macedon, Victoria, in Australia)

-Carter Short: Long Snapper, No. 52 (Hoover, Ala.)

The Crimson Tide is sending John Metchie and Phidarian Mathis with Coach Saban for SEC Media Days.

Alabama is trying to repeat as national champions of college football in the coming fall.

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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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