Tad bit early for this since we don't know who's leaving us early and such, but with the regular season done I thought it might be a good time to start looking ahead. -- Right now, I am pretty happy to be entering the SEC title game 11-1 with this team. It's (imo) the worst team I've had thus far, with developing talent at DE, RB, WR, and CB. There's a couple career backup type players who have gotten to start. There will be a bit of a QB controversy as I switch back to a spread offense like I ran at Virginia Tech in NCAA 11 and season 1 here. The winner barring unpredicted growth will be the balanced option Kendall Miller. He's been pretty bad in the game experience he's gotten but we'll see. If he has throwing problems or is too slow for his mobility to be helpful, I will not hesitate to pull the plug on his ass. The running back position will be set. Best case scenario, I have Hilliard back and can use him and Smith again this year. Worst case, Hilliard leaves early and Smith is my feature back with Magee as the power spell. The WR spot will still lack a first round pick talent type of player, but there will be A LOT of depth. The lowest rated in my top 5 will likely be an 85. If TE Woods returns, he will play a key part in my passing game once again. I return 4/5 lineman, and all 5 starters should be 90 or above next season. My defensive line lacks depth and I could be in some trouble if Johnson decides to go pro. I have gotten quite a few good linebackers during the seasons here, so I have a lot of depth in that position. If nobody goes pro, I expect to have the best group of linebackers in the country. This is a similar situation to the cornerback position - incredible depth and talent. They should rival my second year group with Claiborne, Mathieu, and Simon. I lose both starting safeties, however, they should be able to fill in pretty well. The stat drop off will be quite small and the size difference should make up for that (6'3" and 6'7" vs both 5'11" this season). Next season could really go a few ways depending on what happens with my defensive line and how I like my QB. If I get similar production to what I got this year from the QB and I have to play someone who's not ready at DT, a 3 loss season is not out of the question even with the amount of talent at I have at other spots.