Alabama wide receiver Calvin Ridley works through drills Saturday.TUSCALOOSA — The improvement was there from scrimmage one to scrimmage two. Now Alabama coach Nick Saban wants more efficiency from the passing game.That goes for the quarterbacks and the wide receivers.“Our efficiency in the passing game – eliminating the drops, make plays when you have the opportunity, quarterbacks put the ball where people have a chance to catch it and run it. So just a little more precision that we need to develop,” Saban said Saturday. “There was improvement from the week before. But I think we need a little more precision in that area.”Saban then proceeded to break the number of passing attempts for each quarterback. By his, or Alabama’s media relations staff’s count, Cooper Bateman had the most throws with 27 on the day. Saban said Jake Coker threw the ball 26 times, Alec Morris had 21 passes and freshman Blake Barnett had 11. For the second straight week, Alabama did not provide statistics from the closed scrimmage.Also, Saban did not mention redshirt freshman David Cornwell. For those keeping count, this is the second straight news conference where Saban mentioned all the quarterbacks but Cornwell.“We tried to give everybody some opportunity, and we will evaluate how they are doing,” Saban said. “Jake (toe) missed three days in practice this week so the other guys got a few more reps during the course of the week. But I thought he did a decent job today, taking that into consideration.”One thing Saban wouldn’t reveal was how the workload was divided and which quarterback worked with which team.“You know, it’s really complicated,” Saban said of the workload. “And it’s probably not really important. It’s important to me, it’s important to us. It’s our plan. But it’s not a plan we put out for speculation. They all got turns.”Saban was specifically asked about Morris and his improvement throughout the offseason. Morris remains a serious candidate for the starting job.“Alec has done a nice job all (preseason),” Saban said. “I think he does a really good job of understanding the offense, he helps the other players play better. And I think that he has probably shown command at the position, which I think is important. We’ve just got to continue to work on touch, accuracy, efficiency. But I’ve been really pleased with what Alec has done in this camp.”Alabama has two days off before returning to the field on Tuesday. The Tide will begin implementing its game plan for the season opener versus Wisconsin this week.