The time between the bowl games and spring practice usually calls for some movement on team rosters. That hasn’t been the case much for Alabama and head coach Nick Saban as spring practice begins next week.
So far there’s been no word on who will fill certain positions – particularly the quarterback.
Mobile-native, Jacob cooker will transfer in this summer after he finishes his degree at Florida State University; so Coker will not be at Bama’s spring practice.
Saban met with the media Thursday and says he looking forward to being back on the field.
“Oh I’m really excited about the spring, we’ve got a new team and the new challenges, whether they’re character development, attitude development, team chemistry, getting the right guys in the right spots, seeing the young players developed – that’s the real fun of it and I really do enjoy spring practice because it’s all about teaching and I think that’s something that we’re really looking forward to,” said Saban.