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2016 College Football Playoff National Championship Live Open Thread

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One last college game for the 2015-16 season.

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Alabama

A'Shawn Robinson DT Jr. Alabama 1st
Reggie Ragland ILB Sr. Alabama 1st
Jonathan Allen DL Jr. Alabama 1st-2nd
Derrick Henry RB Jr. Alabama 1st-2nd
Ryan Kelly C RS Sr. Alabama 1st-2nd
Jarran Reed DT Sr. Alabama 2nd
Rueben Foster LB Jr. Alabama 2nd-3rd
Eddie Jackson SS Jr. Alabama 2nd-4th
Tim Williams OLB Jr. Alabama 2nd-4th
Cyrus Jones CB Sr. Alabama 3rd-4th
O.J. Howard TE Jr. Alabama 3rd-4th
Ryan Anderson OLB RS Jr. Alabama 3rd-5th
Kenyan Drake RB Sr. Alabama 4th-6th
Dillon Lee OLB Sr. Alabama 5th-7th
Jake Coker QB RS Sr. Alabama 5th-7th
Dominick Jackson OT Sr. Alabama 5th-UD
ArDarius Stewart WR RS Soph. Alabama 5th-UD
Denzel Devall OLB Sr. Alabama 6th-UD
Cam Robinson OT Soph. Alabama NA
Calvin Ridley WR Fr. Alabama NA
Marlon Humphrey CB RS Fr. Alabama NA
Da'Shawn Hand DE Soph. Alabama NA
Minkah Fitzpatrick CB Fr. Alabama NA
Damien Harris RB Fr. Alabama NA
Ross Pierschbacher G RS Fr. Alabama NA
Bo Scarbrough RB RS Fr. Alabama NA

It's Bama. You know they're coming stacked with running backs, offensive lineman and power defensemen. This year's no different.

My X-factor tonight? Calvin Ridley. The school that gave us Julio Jones and Amari Cooper is making another one.

Clemson

Mackensie Alexander CB RS Soph. Clemson 1st
Shaq Lawson DE RS Jr. Clemson 1st
Jayron Kearse SS Jr. Clemson 1st-2nd
Jordan Leggett TE Jr. Clemson 2nd-3rd
Mike Williams WR Jr. Clemson 2nd-4th
Cordrea Tankersley CB Jr. Clemson 3rd-4th
Ben Boulware LB Jr. Clemson 3rd-4th
Carlos Watkins DT RS Jr. Clemson 3rd-5th
Kevin Dodd DE RS Jr. Clemson 4th-6th
Wayne Gallman RB RS Soph. Clemson 4th-7th
T.J. Green FS Jr. Clemson 5th-7th
Travis Blanks OLB RS Jr. Clemson 5th-UD
Eric Mac Lain G RS Sr. Clemson 6th-UD
Charone Peake WR RS Sr. Clemson 6th-UD
Joe Gore OT RS Sr. Clemson 6th-UD
Jay Guillermo C RS Jr. Clemson 6th-UD
Jadar Johnson S Jr. Clemson 6th-UD
Deshaun Watson QB Soph. Clemson NA
Mitch Hyatt OT Fr. Clemson NA
Artavis Scott WR Soph. Clemson NA
Christian Wilkins DT Fr. Clemson NA
C.J. Fuller RB RS Fr. Clemson NA
Deon Cain WR Fr. Clemson NA
Ray-Ray McCloud WR Fr. Clemson NA

Deshaun Watson has been the best QB in the country, so it's no shock that Clemson has gone undefeated this season. Throw that stingy defense in behind him, and it's a great setup.

The real problem is injuries. Shaq Lawson has been a game time go, but stud sophomore corner Mackensie Alexander is a game time decision. And Mike Williams hurt his neck early on in the season, so he's been on the mend all year ever since.

Check out Mocking the Draft's rankings as well.