Editor's note: Each week the TideNation staff will address an issue surrounding the Alabama football program. It's LSU rivalry week on the website, so we themed today's question along those lines:
Is Cameron Robinson the most important player left in the 2014 class?
Greg Ostendorf's take
With his performance at The Opening earlier this month, Cameron Robinson (West Monroe, La./West Monroe) made a case to be the No. 1 player in the country, challenging fellow Louisiana native Leonard Fournette (New Orleans, St. Augustine). He already is the top-ranked offensive tackle and currently ranked No. 7 overall in the ESPN 300.
But that’s not what makes him so vital to Alabama’s 2013 class. It’s the position he plays.