I'm looking at it from a standpoint of each position group. Like I said, I'm not considering injuries at this time, just the talent we have. QB - Sam is good enough to be invited to New York for the Heisman ceremony. We have 3 guys behind him that can play. RB - We are going into this season with a 3 headed monster at RB and even Danial Young is a damn good #4. TE - Brewer, Wiley and Brock is a very very good trio of TEs. WR - I mentioned this but we have Eagles, Epps, Jordan Whittington, Jake Smith, Kennedy Lewis, Josh Moore, and Marcus Washington. Add to that group Tiriq Black. This is a very very solid unit. OL - We have a solid left side with Cosmai, Angilau and Kersitter, we have about 9 other guys that will compete for those last two spots on the right side. DT - Probably the deepest position on the team with Coburn, Ta'Quon Graham, Sweat, Ojomo, Add to that Alfred Collins, Vernon Broughton that is a legit 3 deep without considering guys like Myron Warren. DE - Ossai, Bimage, are the 2 deep at the Jack and Jacoby Jones will be the strong side. LB = Mitchell and Overshown will be the likely starters with Adeoye, Dobra, Marcus Tillman, and David Gbenda providing backup. DB - I first tried to break it up between corners and safeties, but these guys are all pretty much cross trained. We have Sterns, Foster, Watson, Jalen Green, Josh Thompson, D'Shawn Jamison, Chris Adimora, Tyler Owens, and now we have cook back. That is a very solid 8 deep. ce K - We are very solid in the kicking game. Dicker the kicker and Bujcevski are both extremely solid. I stand by what I said, outside of who we know is starting on the right side of the offensive line this is a very solid group. Good enough to make the playoffs. However, not good enough to beat Bama, Clemson, or Ohio State.