A big reason why Alabama is able to reload every season is because there is little separation between the Tide's first and second units.
Seemingly every offseason, the Tide groom a group of promising underclassmen and plug them into their system without missing a beat.
At this point last year, players such as safety Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, linebacker Adrian Hubbard and receiver Christion Jones were sparingly used underclassmen who were expected to step up and play a larger role.
Nick Saban will be looking for similar contributors when fall camp begins next month.
Which players can emerge from a crowded depth chart to make an impact this season?