Alabama players have been busy this offseason changing their uniform numbers, and now Aaron Anderson is the latest.

Before Anderson, Jahmyr Gibbs went from 13 to 1, and Terrion Arnold went from 12 to 3. With 13 now available, Anderson moved from No. 83 he wore in the spring.

Anderson may be remembered by Alabama fans as the recruit who was a one-time LSU commitment who decommitted from the Tigers and then committed to Alabama during halftime of his high school game. Anderson as a recruit was the nation’s No. 16 overall wide receiver and the state of Louisiana’s No. 10 overall player for the class of 2022, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings. Known as a speedster, the 5-foot-10, 185-pound slot pass catcher can take it the distance on any catch.

With some turnover by the Alabama wide receivers, Anderson has a chance for an early breakout season for the Crimson Tide.

The speedster ran a 10.77 100 and a 7.03 indoor 60 as a junior. Broke the 11.00-second 100-meter threshold at least five times, including a 10.97 that placed sixth at the May 2021 Louisiana 4A state track and field finals, and ran an 11.23 100 and a 22.77 200 as a sophomore, according to 247Sports.