Alabama receivers stepping up, first-team defense looks the part in second scrimmage"> Alabama WRs stepping up, first defense looks strong in second scrimmage
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Alabama receivers stepping up, first-team defense looks the part in second scrimmage

Alabama WR Traeshon Holden (#11) runs with the ball during 2022 Spring Football Practice
Photo by Kent Gidley of Alabama Athletics

A much more pleased Nick Saban took the podium Saturday after Alabama’s final scrimmage of fall camp.

He discussed Seth McLaughlin (offensive lineman) and Eli Ricks (cornerback) getting held out, but he was happy with the improvement from the wide receivers. Coach Saban is excited about the running back and confirmed that freshman Emmanuel Henderson is getting reps at receiver. Several credible sources brought more information to Touchdown Alabama Magazine from the scrimmage.

All the inside nuggets are below.

Notes from Alabama’s second scrimmage

Traeshon Holden, a junior, stood out the most among the receivers. Coach Saban said he had four to five catches, but sources confirmed to TDA that he totaled three touchdowns. One went for 60 yards as Holden put a move on Terrion Arnold to score.

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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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