The Philadelphia-based R&B group Boyz II Men is remembered for a lot of things, including its a cappella harmonies and the members' great fashion sense.
They also cranked out some apropos lyrics, such as one that greatly applies each year to college football's top departing players:
But sad as it may be, each spring we must bid adieu to the best and brightest that college football has to offer. Most of them are headed for a career in the NFL, at the very least a shot at one.
And while fans might wonder how in the world their team will replace that departed superstar, the coaching staffs have (hopefully) planned ahead for such lineup holes through recruiting classes and in-season development of backups.
Though a lot can change between now and late August when the 2014 season begins, here's our look at the most likely replacement for each of the top 32 draft-eligible players from this past year (based on Bleacher Report's 2014 NFL Draft Pre-Combine Big Board).