The University of Alabama plans on getting back to its ‘championship standard’ on defense in 2020 with a healthy, re-loaded roster, and that task starts with the man in the middle of the trenches: DJ Dale.
Dale, a sophomore defensive tackle from the Birmingham area, started 10 games last season for the Crimson Tide, before suffering a lower leg injury against Mississippi State that sidelined him for the reminder of the year.
He spoke to the media via Zoom on Thursday afternoon about his recovery and what he sees from his position group in fall camp.
“My knees are great,” Dale said. “We have a great staff. They did a real good job of making me comfortable and getting me back healthy. Yeah, it’s very exciting because I was out for a very long time.”
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