Junior college transfer Duron Carter and freshman Danny Woodson Jr. (both wide receivers) have yet to meet the necessary requirements to participate in fall practice.
Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban addressed the media on Friday and acknowledged the situation concerning Carter and Woodson Jr.
"Duron Carter, we do not have all of his information for all of his grades," Saban said. "Until we get that information, even though he's here he is not eligible to be at practice or be at camp. When we get that information if it's all what it's supposed to be then he'll be able to practice."
In respect to Woodson Jr., Saban was more vague on the situation but hoped to have the true freshman at practice before the fall semester began.
On a positive note, Tide freshman Brent Calloway (RB/LB) has fulfilled his academic requirements and will, in all likelihood, be available to participate in fall practice as early as today.
Calloway’s academic standing was in turmoil earlier this month when the Russellville High School standout was required to complete a science course in order to satisfy NCAA necessities prior to his enrollment at Alabama.