Grading the Alabama Crimson Tide Football freshmen class
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Game 3 vs. Ole Miss: 51 snaps | Grade of 54.8
Stepped in to replace Savion Smith at the corner position. Against very good receivers, Surtain was targeted five times and allowed one reception for 7-yards.
Season Stats: Targeted 14 times and has allowed just 4 receptions for 41-yards
Game 2 vs. Arkansas State: 61 snaps |Grade of 72.9
Surtain received a ton of playing time against Arkansas State playing 61 snaps and faced plays in coverage 40-times. His overall coverage grade was 72.4 during the game and he while he was targeted five times, he only allowed one reception for 11-yards and also had two pass breakups during the game.
Game 1 vs. Louisville: 32 snaps | Grade of 62.5
Surtain saw the most snaps out of any freshmen on Alabama’s team Saturday against Louisville. His tackle grade was 76.5 and faced 23 plays where he had to be in coverage. He was targeted four times and allowed two receptions for 23-yards.
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