College football expert Phil Steele crunches numbers and data in every which way prior to the college football season.

His preseason magazine hits newsstands really soon, and it’s one of those annual reminders that college football is right around the corner.

As one of his predictors in helping accurately forecast the season, Steele breaks down the percentage of yards returning heading into the season. It’s part of Steele’s breakdown for his NCAA Experience Chart.

Steele explains how he breaks down the percentage on his website:

I took all of the yards each QB threw for as well as all of the individual rushing yards and receiving yards for each team. I then took all of the returning yards from 2015 and divided it into those for the percentage.

Steele’s chart is an indicator of the experience and firepower the SEC’s offenses return this season.

Here are the numbers for the SEC, according to Steele:

3. LSU 97.01%
10. Tennessee 90.95%
38. Georgia 79.08%
42. Missouri 76.80%
51. Ole Miss 71.61%
67. Kentucky 68.41%
69. Vanderbilt 65.98%
71. Auburn 65.11%
93. South Carolina 55.91%
99. Florida 53.62%
109. Texas A&M 43.96%
113. Mississippi St 39.49%
117. Arkansas 35.99%
119. Alabama 32.50%

Experience is obviously a plus for LSU heading into this season. The Tigers return its quarterback Brandon Harris, running backs Leonard Fournette and Derrius Guice and top receivers Travin Dural and Malachi Dupre. Still, everyone is waiting on the Tigers to put it all together. This number certainly jumps out, as the Tigers return over 97 perfect of their total yards from a year ago. Will this be the year Harris develops and leads LSU to Atlanta?

Tennessee is the SEC’s only other team that eclipses the 90 percent mark, and the Vols return a ton of talent and firepower this season. The team is led by the big three in Joshua Dobbs, Jalen Hurd and Alvin Kamara. One area where Tennessee’s offense needs to improve is developing receivers in the passing game.

Alabama is on the other end of the spectrum, with only 32.5 percent returning. The big three of Jacob Coker, Derrick Henry and Kenyan Drake are now gone, but despite the lack of experience on offense, the Crimson Tide’s roster is just more talented than others entering the season.