Alabama wide receiver DeAndrew White will be a game-time decision to play in Saturday’s road game against 11th-ranked Ole Miss.
White is dealing with an ailing shoulder, which he separated in the team’s season-opening victory against West Virginia. He missed the next two games, then sprained his toe in his return against Florida.
White wore a walking boot on the foot and didn't practice last week.
"I think he will be available to play, I just don't know how much he'll be able to play in the game," Alabama head coach Nick Saban said, according to AL.com. "We're hoping to spot play him, but it will probably be a decision we make in the pregame depending on how he's moving around."
White has been a limited participant in practice this week, but is still hopeful he can play on Saturday. White is the team’s second-leading receiver with 12 catches for 121 yards this season.
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