Fans endured the heat at fan day to get a look at Alabama's number one recruiting class, Julio Jones and others did not disappoint. Jones had a few touchdown grabs on 7-on-7 drills, beating starting corner Javier Arenas on one of them.
"They have shown on film in high school that they can play the part. So far, in 48 hours, we haven't been disappointed" said defensive head coach Kevin Steele about the freshman first two practices.
It still is not clear who will be on the first team when the season kicks-off Aug.30 against Clemson but expect Jones, B.J. Scott, and Jerrell Harris to contribute if not start.
Many of the fans stayed after practice to get autographs from their favorite players and head coach Nick Saban.