5 sleepers on Alabama's offense heading into 2023

We are now under two months away from the start of the 2023 college football season. Now, it truly feels like it is just around the corner.

Before you know it, Nick Saban and the Alabama football team will be taking the field inside Bryant-Denny Stadium to play the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders on Sept. 2.

As we patiently await kickoff in early September, I thought we could dive into some players on Alabama’s roster who are being slept on entering the 2023 season.

We will start things off on the offensive side of the ball, where most of the conversations this offseason have centered around the ongoing quarterback battle,

but I assure you, there is plenty of other positions and players to discuss from now until kickoff.

1) Kobe Prentice 2) Kendrick Law 3) Terrence Ferguson II 4) Danny Lewis Jr. 5) Roydell Williams

5) Roydell Williams There is no denying the Alabama backfield is especially crowded heading into 2023. 

Between Jase McClellan, Jam Miller, and the freshman duo Justice Haynes and Richard Young,

Roydell Williams is often forgotten. Williams is a physical back who thrives in short-yardage situations and goal-to-go situations which makes him a player that Tide fans should not sleep on.

Much like Law, you can rely on Williams to do the right things at all times and that is a valuable attribute.


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