All eyes have been on Alabama quarterback Bryce Young’s status after his right shoulder injury against Arkansas.

Young left last week’s game in the first half after falling awkwardly on his throwing shoulder, which Nick Saban called a sprain and said his status has been day-to-day.

During Saturday morning’s College GameDay show, ESPN insider Pete Thamel was asked about Young’s status for the Texas A&M game, and he gave the very latest on the Alabama quarterback.

Thamel said that Young is going to be a “game-time decision.” He noted that the Alabama quarterback practiced this week but only thrown lightly. Saturday morning’s pregame will be the most rigorous throwing he’s done all week, and the pregame workout will determine his involvement against the Aggies.

However, Thamel noted that Young is expected to be “close to 100 percent” for the Alabama-Tennessee game next Saturday, which is huge news for the Crimson Tide’s offense.

If Young can’t go against Texas A&M, Jalen Milroe will start in his place. Milroe is a different type of quarterback than Young, as he’s an electrifying dual-threat who is one of the fastest players on the team.

In Young’s absence last week, Milroe combined for 2 touchdowns — one throwing and one rushing.