Alabama football has been hit hard by injuries this offseason.
That has made the 2017 recruiting class a big disappointment.
The 2017 class has a combined record of 11-9, which is the worst record in the country for the program since 2003.
With that, Alabama’s class has been on the verge of a major overhaul.
In 2017, the Alabama recruiting class was rated as the fourth best in the nation by 247Sports.
That’s a lot of recruiting for a class that is still only 18 years old.
In 2018, the class will be ranked fifth.
That means it will likely be one of the top three classes in the 2018 recruiting class.
There is one more class in the 2019 cycle, and the rest of the 2018 class will likely fall into the middle of the pack, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.
So, how will this class get back to where it was last year?
The recruiting classes are a lot different than they were last year.
In fact, most of the players who were recruited last year have not been recruited in 2019.
That could be one reason why the 2017 class was so bad.
That class was ranked as the sixth best class in Alabama history.
The 2015 class had a combined recruiting rating of 26th in the 247Sports composite.
The 2018 class was also ranked 26th, which was the lowest rating in the history of the class.
This year, the 2018 classes prospects are more focused on the 2019 recruiting cycle.
The first class in 2019 will have a combined rating of 31st in the recruiting world.
There are no 2018 prospects in this class that are ranked in the top 15.
The only 2018 players in this group that have received offers from other schools are quarterback Shaq Hill and defensive tackle De’Vonte Smith.
The next class in this cycle will have an overall rating of 32nd in the world.
That is the only difference between last year and this year’s recruiting class is the number of prospects who have been recruited by other programs.
The class is still ranked 28th in recruiting in 2018, which would make 2019 the first class since 2003 to be ranked as a top 25 class.
The three 2017 classes had a cumulative rating of 27th.
Alabama is currently ranked in a dead last 25% of the 247Composite rankings.
That is also a record high for Alabama in 2018.
The average recruiting class in 2018 was 29th.
The 2019 class will have to rank in the bottom 25% in the 2017 rankings.
So, how can Alabama keep this class in peak shape?
It won’t be easy.
The biggest obstacle is finding a quarterback that will be the best option for the 2017 and 2019 recruiting classes.
This class needs to be rebuilt with talent.
The top five recruits in this recruiting class should be all capable of starting.
It will be a battle to fill the void left by the departures of Treon Harris and Treon Jackson.
The biggest question for the 2019 class is whether offensive tackle D.J. Humphries is a candidate to go in the first round.
Humphry has been one of Alabama’s best recruits in terms of size and strength.
However, he has never been able to translate that into playing time.
Alabama’s offensive line has struggled to run the ball at all this year, and Humphries will be an upgrade over a pair of starting tackles who are both in their late 30s.
The most likely candidate to fill that void is defensive end Derrick Malone.
Malone has played in all 12 games of the Alabama season and is a huge strength and run-stuffer.
Malone’s career numbers are the lowest in the school’s history at just 2,813 snaps.
Malone played in just nine games last season, and he played only one snap in the opener against South Carolina.
Malone was also injured in the second game of the season.
Malone is a massive talent, but his injury history could be a problem for the coaching staff in 2018 as he struggles to play every snap.
The other top prospect is receiver A.J