Alabama has annually had one of the best offensive lines in college football. This year’s team shouldn’t be any different.

Here’s a look at the Tide’s first team offensive line in Sunday’s fall practice:

Cam Robinson and Ross Pierschbacher are both returning starters. Bradley Bozeman played in all 15 games as a sophomore, coming off the bench as a reserve guard and center.

Lester Cotton was a four-star prospect for the 2015 national signing class and played in four games for the Tide as a true freshman. Jonah Williams was a five-star prospect and the No. 2 offensive tackle for the 2016 class.

Starting offensive guard Alphonse Taylor is allowed to practice despite being “indefinitely suspended” following a July DUI arrest. It was recently reported that Taylor had 0.0 BAC after his arrest.