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WATCH: Three areas of improvement for Alabama QB Bryce Young next season

Bryce Young (#9) and Javion Cohen (#70) celebrate a touchdown for Alabama versus Arkansas in 2021 game
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Bryce Young impressed the college football world as a first-year starting quarterback.

He set school records, won a host of individual awards, and led the University of Alabama to the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. The Crimson Tide fell short versus Georgia, but Young put the team on the big stage as a sophomore.

He became the first quarterback for the Tide to win the Heisman Memorial Trophy.

Alabama endured ups and downs on offense, but Young kept things in order. Despite his success, he has areas in his game that need improvement. Young anticipates winning a national title as a starter and becoming the No. 1 pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.

In a segment from last week’s In My Own Words, Stephen M. Smith of Touchdown Alabama Magazine broke down the three areas Young needs to improve in.

Bryce Young NEEDS to work on this next season

Areas for Bryce Young to improve in

1. Trust himself to run the football

2. Anticipation of deep ball accuracy

3. Throw the ball away when nothing is available

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