The college football season begins just over six months from now, and spring practices are just around the corner.
Coaches need to begin to come up with plans and plays with the teams that will be running out onto the field for the 2011 season.
Some coaches and teams, though, have more troubles than others, as they lost their top players to graduation and the NFL Draft.
There are teams who need to replace running backs and quarterbacks, while others look to replace players on the defensive side of the ball.
When a team loses its best player and needs to then turn around a replace him with a freshman or sophomore, it could turn a team's great season the previous year to a tough go-round for the current year.
What teams in college football are going to be hit worse with the departure of just one player?
Can that team rebound and show that good recruiting and coaching can be a lot stronger than the loss of an All American or NFL first round draft choice?
Lets take a look and see just who is going to be hit the hardest in 2011 by the departure of one player.