Alabama wrapped up an indoor practice on Thursday afternoon as fall camp nears its close in Tuscaloosa.

It was day 22 for Alabama football practice in August, but head coach Nick Saban said he's still waiting for one of his quarterbacks

"We've really shared the reps with the guys. We've tried give guys a little bit more rhythym in terms of the number of reps they got to see how they respond to it. As of right now no decision has been made on anyone in particular.

"We're going to continue to do that until somebody sort of takes the bull by the horns and does what we think he needs to do to have a chance to play winning football for us on offense."

Saban also added that he hasn't been disappointed in any of the progress made by Cooper Bateman, Blake Barnett, and Jalen Hurts, but no one has moved ahead in the competition.

The team will begin preparation for USC on Friday, and Saban said it's 'judgement day' for guys to earn their spot.

"We're still focusing a lot on attention to detail and guys doing the little things right in terms of too many penalties. Especially the undisciplined type. False starts on offense. Offsides on defense. Those are the kinds of things we really have to focus on and clean up."

The team will practice again on Friday and Saturday before the game week schedule begins on Monday. Saban will speak at his usual noon time on Monday.