Based on a recently shared video, Trey Sanders is making strides toward seeing the field next season for Alabama.

The former five-star recruit has yet to make much of an impact in Tuscaloosa due to the fact he was injured his true freshman season and his sophomore season at Alabama was cut short due to a car accident.

“We expect him to have a full recovery, but I do think that he is probably out indefinitely,” Saban said of Sanders following the car accident back in early November. “There’s no real timetable. He’s going to be OK, but pretty serious stuff.”

Sanders has suited up for a total of four games in college, rushing 30 times for 134 yards. He was the No. 1 running back prospect in the 2019 recruiting cycle.

Just a few months removed from his accident, Sanders is working hard to rehab his way back to the field with spring practice set to begin in Tuscaloosa in the coming weeks.

Here is a video of Sanders spotted on an anti-gravity treadmill.