I'm pretty sure he has a list of guys that he would recruit to the OL job.
It's kind of hard for a coach to turn down an offer from CNS.
The pay is right, the chance to work with the best football players in college football,
best facilities... (The chance to walk away with finger jewelry...)
It's true that Coach Saban works everyone harder than anywhere else,
but the payoff is in the winning.
If a coach has aspirations of moving up in the coaching ranks, it never hurts to be able to say... Coached on BCS Championship team under Coach Saban.
(That's money in the pocket)