Tyrell Shavers may have a busy spring ahead of him.
Following the conclusion of the football season, the rising sophomore receiver was spotted on Friday participating in Alabama’s first day of spring baseball. While he played baseball in high school for Lewisville High School in Texas, Shavers has not played baseball since arriving in Tuscaloosa.
Shavers saw the field for Alabama’s football team in every game last season but did not register any stats. The 6-foot-6 Shavers was a four-star recruit and rated as a top 100 overall prospect in the 2017 recruiting cycle.
Here are a few shots of Shavers taking the field with the Crimson Tide baseball team on Friday:
Here is @AlabamaFTBL WR Tyrell Shavers at @AlabamaBSB practice this afternoon. Shavers is obviously a gifted athlete and played baseball in high school. HC @CoachBo_Bama says they’ll evaluate his status on the team after a few weeks. pic.twitter.com/td7C4CCvze
— Zachary Tigert (@ZachTigert) January 25, 2019