2020 Prospect: ***4* DE Will Anderson Commits to Bama ***

AlBamaWagg

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Speed, power and tremendous vision. Several highlights showed him in the backfield instantly determining who had the ball. A couple times I thought he grabbed the wrong guy!
 

bamaga

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I put this on another thread, but this is from 247s reporting from the UA game practice. Their Alpha Dog of the day.

The business trip for Anderson continued on Wednesday. The Alabama signee was surgical in the way he was dominating and bullying offensive linemen. No one has the edge quickness Anderson has shown. No one has the ability to convert speed to power. It has been borderline uncomfortable watching offensive linemen try to crack the code of defending him in 1on1s. There is a cold, almost mechanical focus to his approach this week and it is producing eye-popping results.
 

Keeter

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I put this on another thread, but this is from 247s reporting from the UA game practice. Their Alpha Dog of the day.

The business trip for Anderson continued on Wednesday. The Alabama signee was surgical in the way he was dominating and bullying offensive linemen. No one has the edge quickness Anderson has shown. No one has the ability to convert speed to power. It has been borderline uncomfortable watching offensive linemen try to crack the code of defending him in 1on1s. There is a cold, almost mechanical focus to his approach this week and it is producing eye-popping results.
Sounds like Bama will have a monster terrorizing opposing offenses soon
 

bamaga

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Is there a place we can see stats from the game?
They played in HS and BY looked better! Here’s the practice report on 247 where they have BY the #1 in practice and DJ U as the #3-


1. Bryce Young
High School: Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
College: Alabama
247Sports Composite: 6
Young has been nearly flawless through two days of practice. He was the top quarterback on the West on Tuesday and was locked in during the Wednesday joint practice. We didn’t see Young have an errant throw during the session. Most, if not all, of his incompletions were on target and the result of strong coverage. Young dropped the ball in a shoebox on multiple occasions. His ball placement to all levels of the field is the best in this cycle and it showed during the joint practice. At one point, Young made several consecutive incredible throws. He also showed off his quick processor in flying through progressions in 7-on-7 in the afternoon. The game moves in slow motion for the Alabama signee.


3. DJ Uiagalelei
High School: Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
College: Clemson
247Sports Composite: 13
A case could be made for Uiagalelei to be second. The margins on this group are razor thin. The Clemson signee looks the part of a five-star passer and made a bunch of “wow” throws during the morning and afternoon. He has the strongest arm on hand (and likely the entire 2020 class) and is at his best when he can let it rip downfield. While he wasn’t quite as consistent as Young on a throw to throw basis, Uiagalelei delivered some special moments on Wednesday.
 

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