It didn’t take Michael Williams long to realize T.J. Yeldon was special. It was the 5-star running back’s first college football practice, in fact. The Alabama football team practiced once in the spring before going on spring break. “We saw he had the hips, he had the speed, he had the agility to make big plays in this league, and we saw (Saturday) night he got off to a good start and we’re looking forward to him doing that the rest of the year,” Williams, a fifth-year senior tight end, said Monday. Yeldon ran 11 times for 111 yards in the Crimson Tide’s season-opening 41-14 victory over No. 8 Michigan.