Yes. The University has started four black quarterbacks throughout the school's history. These quarterbacks were Walter Lewis, Vince Sutton, Andrew Zow, and Danny Woodson.
The African-American starting quarterbacks for the University of Alabama have been Walter Lewis, Vince Sutton, Danny Woodson, and Andrew Zow. These men all served as quarterback for the Crimson Tide throughout history.
Crimson and white (University of Alabama), Black and gold (Alabama State University), Purple and gold (University of North Alabama), Red, white, and blue (University of South Alabama), Red and white (University of West Alabama)
The first black quarterback who played for the Crimson Tide was Walter Lewis. He played for Alabama during the 1980, 1981, 1982, and 1983 football seasons.
Walter Lewis, Vince Sutton, Danny Woodson, Andrew Zow, Star Jackson(now transferred), and Phillip Simms. The first was Michael Landrum in 1979.
The first black football player in the SEC played for The University of Tennessee
who were the blacks quarter backs for university of alabama
John Mitchell was one of the first two black players to join the Alabama football team. Mitchell played in 1971 and was co-captain in 1972.