How does the Alabama Football team replace Wide Receiver production in 2024

2023 SEC Championship - Georgia v Alabama
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The first wide receiver outside of Law and Prentice that will see his role grow for the Alabama Football team is Jalen Hale. Hale had five catches for 148 yards and a touchdown in 2023, playing key roles in the Ole Miss and Kentucky games. Hale has shown the ability to be a big play threat similar to Bond and Burton with three catches of 30 or more yards. With an increased role in 2024, Hale could easily lead the team in receiving with the talent he's flashed in a limited role. Despite catching only five passes in 2023, Hale recorded more yards than Kendrick Law.

The next group of players is lumped together, as they've either seen no playing time or very little playing time at wide receiver. Returnees Emmanuel Henderson Jr., Jaren Hamilton, and Cole Adams will look to burst onto the scene in 2024.

Emmanuel Henderson Jr. may be the fastest player on the Alabama Football team, but he's only contributed on special teams thus far. He showed a connection with Jalen Milroe on A-Day, catching a 36-yard touchdown pass.

Hamilton is a speed threat himself. A former four-star recruit in the 2023 class, Hamilton will have a chance to fill the Isaiah Bond role in the offense. Cole Adams was able to show a little bit of his talent on offense while contributing on special teams with two catches for 11 yards.