With last weekend’s A-Day game signaling the end of spring practice for Alabama’s football team, Nick Saban and his staff will now begin the process of preparing for fall camp in August.
A sloppy finale to the spring will give Saban more than enough ammunition to light a fire under his team in the months ahead. But make no mistake about it, this team is loaded for a run at the school’s 16th national championship.
The calendar may have flipped, but not much else has changed in Tuscaloosa. A host of valuable contributors such as quarterback AJ McCarron return to help the two-time defending national champs embark on a historic march towards a three-peat.
But just like every other coach across the country, Saban has areas on his roster that he would like to see improve leading up to fall camp.
What potential items of note are on Saban’s offseason checklist?
Find out in this breakdown tackling Saban’s five biggest concerns following the conclusion of the Tide’s spring practice.