As Alabama goes out onto the practice field this week, one wide receiver looks to continue the momentum that he laid as a sophomore.

Jerry Jeudy took home the Biletnikoff Award as college football's top wide receiver in his sophomore season in 2018. As one of Tua Tagovailoa's favorite targets, he reeled in 68 catches for 1,315 yards and14 touchdown grabs.

Prior to hitting the practice field on Monday, the Deerfield Beach, Florida, native spoke to reporters about the team's spring practice including how he will handle the added attention he will receive following his stellar sophomore season.

"Just doing what I'm doing. That's being the best player I can be. It's not focusing on outside distractions. Let's focus on what I got to do on this play, just focus on what I got to do to be the best player I could be to win the games and help my team." Jeudy said.

Throughout his visit with reporters, Jeudy touched on the identity that the team is looking to gain, the maturation of his fellow wide receivers and the feel for the new crop of assistant coaches.