The biggest conversation coming out of A-Day was the performance by Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts.

It wasn't the performance everyone expected from a two year starter but with the play off the offensive line, and going against a tough defensive front, who's really at fault for the offense not having enough spark?

With his performance on Saturday and the article on Bleacher Report where his dad discussed him possibly transferring if he doesn't win the starting quarterback job, the question remains what does the future hold for Jalen after A-Day?

Former Alabama DB Vinnie Sunseri joined The Game with Ryan Fowler and gives his biggest takeaway from A-Day, Jalen Hurts not taking the opportunity to separate himself from Tua Tagovailoa in the quarterback competition, and the secondary needing to be tested in order for improvement on that side of the ball.

For Vinnie Sunseri's break down and analysis on Alabama's A-Day, make sure you watch the video above the article. Don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m. surrounding the Alabama Crimson Tide.