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1. Alabama

Nick Saban’s Tide had six players drafted in the first two rounds and still appear loaded, particularly on defense. Linemen Jonathan Allen, Dalvin Tomlinson, Daron Payne and Da’Shawn Hand and OLB Tim Williams lead another dominant front seven. Running backs Bo Scarborough and Damien Harris were both productive throughout spring. And at this point, does it really matter who wins the quarterback job?

2. Florida State

The ‘Noles have found their quarterback, redshirt freshman Deondre Francois, who separated himself in the spring. He’ll have the benefit of a veteran receiving corps (Travis Rudolph, Bobo Wilson and Kermit Whitfield), and speedy sophomore RB Jacques Patrick should see more carries behind star Dalvin Cook. DeMarcus Walker and Josh Sweat could become the nation’s top pair of bookend pass-rushers.

3. Clemson

The Tigers were my No. 1 pick in the hours after the national title game, and it’s certainly tempting to ride star QB Deshaun Watson and RB Wayne Gallman. The offense is unquestionably loaded. But six starters on defense left early, including All-Americans Shaq Lawson, Mackensie Alexander and Jayron Kearse. Between young ends and a rebuilt secondary, the Tigers won’t have much margin for error.

4. LSU

Junior QB Brandon Harris looked comfortable and avoided mistakes in the Tigers’ spring game. His development could make or break an extremely talented team’s playoff hopes. New coordinator Dave Aranda’s defense is brimming with star power in pass-rusher Arden Key, DT Davon Godchaux, LB Kendell Beckwith and CB Tre’Devious White. And oh yeah, there’s that guy Leonard Fournette. He’s pretty good.

5. Michigan

Jim Harbaugh’s second team seemingly fits the mold for his preferred style of play, with a veteran offensive line, proven running backs like De’Veon Smith and an All-America caliber tight end, Jake Butt. Much will depend on the progress of his new quarterback, either Wilton Speight or John O’Korn. DT Chris Wormley, LB/DB Jabrill Peppers and CB Jourdan Lewis lead a promising defense.

6. TCU

Replacing All-American QB Trevone Boykin is no small chore, but redshirt sophomore Forrest Sawyer wowed practice observers this spring and could beat out Texas A&M transfer Kenny Hill. The Frogs will be inexperienced at the skill positions. But TCU won 11 games last year with a half-strength defense. The Frogs bring back eight starters, setting the stage for Gary Patterson to field one of his vintage units.

7. Oklahoma

Behind QB Baker Mayfield and RBs Semaje Perine and Joe Mixon, coordinator Lincoln Riley’s offense could be prolific. Returning O-line starter Jonathan Alvarez is moving from guard to center in place of stalwart Ty Darlington. CB Jordan Thomas and S Steven Parker head a strong secondary. The defense’s success will hinge on developing a new wave of pass-rushers up front.

8. Tennessee

It’s now or never for fourth-year coach Butch Jones’ Vols, who return 17 starters from a team that won their last six games in 2015. New DC Bob Shoop, formerly of Penn State, inherits top-flight players like DE Derek Barnett, LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin and CB Cam Sutton. Meanwhile, QB Josh Dobbs is back to lead an offense highlighted by the tailback tandem of Jalen Hurd and Alvin Kamara.

9. Ohio State

The new-look Buckeyes showed off a lot of speed across the board in their spring game. QB J.T. Barrett adds a couple of new weapons in redshirt freshman RB Mike Weber and QB-turned-WR Torrance Gibson. S Malik Hooker and LB Chris Worley look like playmakers, while Tyquan Lewis and Sam Hubbard are formidable pass-rushers. Ohio State may experience growing pains early before turning it on late.

10. Ole Miss

The Rebels lost their biggest stars in first-round picks Laremy Tunsil, Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche, but there’s still plenty of talent in Oxford. QB Chad Kelly looks to continue his late-season tear, with help from WRs Damore’ea Stringfellow and Quincy Adeboyejo and TE Evan Engram. Five-star true freshman Greg Little may need to take over at left tackle. Only five starters return on defense.

10. Ole Miss

The Rebels lost their biggest stars in first-round picks Laremy Tunsil, Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche, but there’s still plenty of talent in Oxford. QB Chad Kelly looks to continue his late-season tear, with help from WRs Damore’ea Stringfellow and Quincy Adeboyejo and TE Evan Engram. Five-star true freshman Greg Little may need to take over at left tackle. Only five starters return on defense.

12. Baylor

QB Seth Russell should be back to full strength to compete with sophomore Jarrett Stidham. The Bears’ backfield is stacked with Shock Linwood and Johnny Jefferson. If Art Briles’ team takes a step back it will likely be due to rebuilding up front. The O-line must replace three starters, including All-American Spencer Drango; the D-line loses standouts Andrew Billings and Shawn Oakman.

13. Notre Dame

The Irish have a tough but enviable decision ahead at quarterback — experienced starters DeShone Kizer and Malik Zaire both made a case in the spring. Sophomore RB Josh Adams replaces C.J. Prosise as the go-to ball-carrier. The defense could be very young without departed stars may struggle to replace standouts Jaylon Smith and Sheldon Day. LB Nyles Morgan leads a crop of promising replacements.

14. Houston

The Cougars are coming off a breakthrough 13-1 season and Peach Bowl upset of Florida State. Dynamic dual-threat QB Greg Ward Jr. should continue to develop under guru Tom Herman. He’ll have help from RB Duke Catalon and WRs Chance Allen and Isaiah Johnson. Houston lost first-round CB William Jackson III and some other key contributors, but has other budding playmakers like LB Matthew Adams.

15. Michigan State

Mark Dantonio’s program has reached the point where it should not slip drastically. Fifth-year senior Tyler O’Connor faces a challenge replacing Connor Cook but has a strong backfield led by LJ Scott. A new go-to receiver needs to step up for departed Aaron Burbridge. DT Malik McDowell is a future first-rounder, and Dantonio has talked up DE Demetrius Cooper. The secondary should be better.

16. Washington

The Huskies look poised for a breakthrough under third-year coach Chris Petersen after a very young 2015 team upset foes like USC and Washington State. The Pac-12’s top defense in 2015 returns eight starters, most notably S Budda Baker. Talented QB Jake Browning and RB Myles Gaskin are entering their sophomore seasons. Browning and the Huskies’ offensive line need to become more consistent.

17. Georgia

Touted freshman QB Jacob Eason did nothing to temper the hype with his solid spring game performance, but he’s not likely to take over and excel right from Week 1. Star RB Nick Chubb is recovering rapidly from last year’s knee injury. Coach Kirby Smart seems concerned about the O-line. Georgia’s defense lost several standouts, but in general the personnel fits well Smart’s preferred scheme.

18. North Carolina

The Tar Heels’ offense should be even more powerful than last year’s 11-win team. QB Mitch Trubisky has experience and a lot of help from centerpiece RB Elijah Hood, backfield mate T.J. Logan and WRs Ryan Switzer and Mack Hollins. Bowl game excluded, coordinator Gene Chizik’s defense showed significant improvement in 2015 but needs to improve considerably against the run. 19

19. Washington State

Mike Leach’s 9-4 Cougars nearly won the Pac-12 North in 2015, beating Oregon and coming within a late field goal against Stanford. Talented QB Luke Falk returns along with receivers like Gabe Marks. Redshirt freshman RB James Williams had a breakout spring and strengthens an already deep backfield. Wazzu has struggled on defense throughout Leach’s tenure but could be stronger up front.

20. Louisville

Sophomore QB Lamar Jackson followed up his monstrous bowl performance against Texas A&M (227 yards passing, 226 rushing) by throwing for eight TDs in the Cardinals’ spring game (albeit against the second-string D). Louisville returns 18 starters in total, including standout DE Devonte Fields, All-ACC LB Keith Kelsey and CB Trumaine Washington and versatile S Josh Harvey-Clemons.

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