Bryce Young rolled left out of the pocket, used a juke move to avoid a pass rusher, then threw a dart across the field to running back Roydell Williams for a 47-yard completion.
A nice start to Young's spring game, and a nice start to his tenure as Alabama's starting quarterback.
Spring game debuts aren’t the best predictor for the type of career a player will have – Mac Jones struggled in his first A-Day – but that won’t stop us from seeing Young’s performance Saturday as a sign that Alabama’s offense is in good hands.
The sophomore quarterback passed his first test. He didn’t ace it.
Young nearly threw an interception when he forced a pass into the flat. Edge pressure from Chris Braswell forced Young into a fumble that Jaylen Moody recovered for a defensive touchdown.