TideNation breaks down where Alabama's offensive depth chart stands following spring practice.
With several starters NFL-bound, Alabama has plenty of players lined up to fill the holes.
Alabama won the national title and its offense was a major reason why. Alex Scarborough hands out his grades.
The undefeated Crimson Tide are solid across the board on offense, with pass protection and productivity from its H-backs and tight ends two of its few areas with room for improvement.
Doug Nussmeier's first game as Alabama's offensive coordinator was a smashing success, as his offensive wrinkles produced big plays against Michigan.
O.J. Howard doesn't play the stiffest HS competition in Alabama, so he took every opportunity this summer to play against the best and prove he belongs with them.
The Tide have plenty of well-known names entering 2012, but there are a handful who have untapped potential.
The Crimson Tide will have plenty of holes to fill when 2013 comes around and Alabama is already recruiting several positions of future need.