In this episode Tom and Dave discuss Alabama linebackers as fall camp starts to wind down. What are we hearing, seeing, and projecting into the 2014 season? Highlights of our discussion include:
Impact of Trey’s DePriest’s injury. DePriest will be healthy and ready to start the season, but the lingering concern relative to his readiness is really a sign of the times in college football.
Who’s in the middle? Who will call the defensive plays while Trey is out? Our bold prediction may surprise some.
Where does Dillon Lee play? Dillon’s versatility is underrated. How does that enable him to see more action?
Do we really know what we have? Do we have a defined rotation or are we still trying to sort out our depth and groupings? Is either good or bad for the development of our defense?
West Virginia in Atlanta. We spend a few minutes outlining what we expect and what we’ll be watching.
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