TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama football team appears to have all hands available for Saturday’s game at Florida (3:30 p.m. ET, CBS), as nearly all of the players who coaches were being cautions with earlier in the week fully participated in individual drills Wednesday afternoon.

However, reporters didn’t see any team drills while the No. 3 Crimson Tide (3-0) practiced indoors in full pads.

On Tuesday true freshman Tony Brown was working with the first unit at left cornerback while sophomore Eddie Jackson, who sustained a quad injury against Southern Miss last week and is coming off April knee surgery, watched from the sideline.

Jackson appeared to be participating in all drills on Wednesday, as did senior wide receiver DeAndrew White (shoulder), who has missed the last two games.

Additionally, junior running back T.J. Yeldon wore a support on the back of his left leg that’s indicative of a hamstring injury, while junior linebacker Denzel Devall and sophomore running back Derrick Henry, who both have some shoulder issues, were fully participating as well.

Coach Nick Saban is scheduled to meet with reporters Wednesday evening.

“It’s always exciting to get into SEC play,” he said during the SEC’s weekly coaches’ teleconference earlier Wednesday. “Obviously some really, really good teams that we have to play, starting with Florida that I think is vastly improved and really off to a good start. They’ve got a lot of really, really good football players.

“They’re showing great balance on offense and really playing well on the defense, like they typically do. This is a really, really good all-around team. It’ll be challenging for us but the SEC is always that way.”

The only player not expected to be available Saturday is senior safety Jarrick Williams (foot), while senior free safety Nick Perry has to sit out the first half due to a targeting penalty against USM.

Junior Geno Smith is expected to start in Perry’s place, with sophomore Maurice Smith at the “star” position, which is the extra defensive back in nickel formation when the strongside linebacker is pulled – the formation Alabama expects to use the most against Florida (2-0, 1-0 SEC).