There seemed to be two offensive skill players for Alabama who were getting the most attention at the Wynfrey Hotel, running back Eddie Lacy and quarterback A.J. McCarron.
Lacy is following in the footsteps of Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson. Though he suffered a turf toe injury, sidelining him for one game in 2011. Still, he's appeared in 24 contests in two years and has amassed more than 1,000 yards.
McCarron ranked third in the SEC in passing average and fourth in the league in passing efficiency. He's entering his second year as the starter and his teammates say the thing he's focusing on the most this offseason is his leadership.