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Alabama Football: Photos: Crimson Tide Players Helped Build A House For Habitat For Humanity

Most mornings for an SEC football player probably consist of classes and workouts. This morning, Alabama football players were working on something even more important. Members of the Crimson Tide helped build a house with Habitat for Humanity.

">@AlabamaFTBL up at 7 am for a Habitat for Humanity build Saturday morning! #BuiltByBama#RollTidepic.twitter.com/hln16t4kGw

— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL)

@AlabamaFTBL up at 7 am for a Habitat for Humanity build Saturday morning! #BuiltByBama#RollTidepic.twitter.com/hln16t4kGw

— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) June 20, 2015

">June 20, 2015

247Sports identified a number of the players who took part in the effort.

From that picture, we see veteran players like Derrick Henry, Reggie Ragland, Jarran Reed, Ryan Kelly, O.J. Howard, Geno Smith, Brandon Greene, Michael Nysewander and JK Scott helping out.

There were also some younger players like Keith Holcombe, Derek Kief and Jamey Mosley on hand to help out.

Mixed in with players that have been in Tuscaloosa, and helped with projects like this before, were some of Alabama's recent enrollees. We see Damien Harris, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Kendall Sheffield, Lester Cotton and Matt Womack.

Great job by all of the Crimson Tide players who took part this morning.