It seems like Alabama is loaded at linebacker every year, and while 2018 looks to be more of the same, this year's group lacks some of the experience of past teams.

The injury to Terrell Lewis and the departure of VanDarius Cowan has left the position a bit inexperienced behind the starters. There's plenty of talent on the roster but the group is young and will have to progress quickly through fall camp.

With that said, this year's first team could be the most disruptive since Saban arrived thanks to a group that's big, fast, and strong. That includes redshirt junior Anfernee Jennings, who is back after suffering a season-ending injury against Clemson in the College Football Playoff semifinal. Before the injury, Jennings accounted for five tackles, three for a loss, and his first career sack and showed signs of being a dominant defender on the outside.

Now he returns for his fourth fall camp as an upperclassmen on a defense that's replacing a number of starters. How have things progressed through the first week of camp? Check out the video above to hear from Jennings during his latest media appearance.