MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Twelve touchdowns, 1108 yards: those were the statistics former Daphne star – TJ Yeldon – racked up in his first year at Alabama. With that talent as a freshman, one can only imagine what will happen in 2013.
“Last year, I just came out as a freshman and just tried to get some playing time and get on the field and it turned out to be an even bigger role, and this year I’m just trying to do what I can do, be even better and be a leadership guy and a role model,” said Yeldon.
The running back says the butterflies from last season are gone – having one collegiate year under his belt.
Going into his second season TJ has set the goals high for himself
“Try to be an All-American, do what’s best for the team, be a leader.”
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