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Alabama’s offense has been one of the top scoring teams in the country this season, and while the Crimson Tide is expected to return several starters in 2018, there are plenty of other talent available at the position.
The SEC has produced some quality offensive players in recent years, but there are some returning players who are more than capable of competing for the job.
The biggest reason Auburn has been so successful at finding quality offensive talent is its recruiting class, which has more than doubled in the past three years.
The Tigers have had more than 1,300 recruits sign on during that time, according to Rivals.com, and the group has the most committed player in the SEC.
One of the key recruiting factors Auburn used to rely on is the high quality of talent at quarterback.
That was true even before Auburn had quarterback Jarrett Stidham, a 6-foot-5, 205-pounder who is the No. 1 prospect in the state of Alabama.
Stidham was the starting quarterback at Texas A&M, but he went on to be a Heisman Trophy finalist and NFL star at Alabama.
The Crimson Tide also signed quarterback Jake Coker in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
There are several high-profile recruits at the quarterback position who could compete for the starting job next season, including Alabama’s top recruit, Florida’s Garrett Grayson, and Missouri’s Marcus Smart, who could potentially compete with Blake Barnett for the No, 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft in the next month or so.
The other major position the Tigers are looking to add is running back.
A&M’s Corey Clement is a high-powered prospect who was the No.”1 running back recruit in the class of 2018, and his potential to become a solid contributor to the offense should not be understated.
The Tigers also have plenty of talent up front, and they’ve taken a lot of big hits over the past few years.
They’re still loaded in the secondary, but they lost cornerback Jourdan Lewis in the Class of 2019.