Trio of walk-ons receive scholarships at conclusion of Alabama football practice Friday
The University of Alabama football team worked for two hours in shells (helmets, shoulder pads, shorts) on Friday afternoon at the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields.
(RollTide.com) TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - The University of Alabama football team worked for two hours in shells (helmets, shoulder pads, shorts) on Friday afternoon at the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields.
At the conclusion of Friday's practice, head coach Nick Saban announced to the team that walk-ons Truett Harris (Sr., TE, Brentwood, Tenn.), Brandon Moore (Sr., TE, Cincinnati, Ohio) and Levi Wallace (Jr., DB, Tucson, Ariz.) have been awarded scholarships. The three join fellow former walk-on Jamey Mosley (Soph., LB, Mobile, Ala.), who was awarded a scholarship earlier in training camp.
The 23rd session of fall camp lasted nearly two hours with the team continuing to drill in preparation for the season opener against the 20th-ranked USC Trojans. The two storied programs will kick off the season in Arlington, Texas, at AT&T Stadium for the AdvoCare Classic. The Sept. 3 contest is scheduled for a 7 p.m. CT kickoff on ABC with Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and Samantha Ponder on the call.
Tomorrow's session is set for a 3:40 p.m. CT start before the Crimson Tide takes Sunday off. Following the break, the team will begin its game week schedule of practices on Monday before heading to Arlington on Friday afternoon.