Through four game, the Crimson Tide remain undefeated as they play host to the Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday. This week during The Game, Ryan Fowler asked callers to give their picks for the Most Valuable Player for Alabama so far this season.

During the show, there were a wide variety of opinions, ranging from quarterback Jalen Hurts to defensive back Eddie Jackson, and nearly everyone else in between. Usually, this isn't a very difficult question to answer, but when a team has been as dominant as Alabama has so far in 2016, that typically means a lot of players are making a lot of important and valuable contributions to their successful season.

Freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts has wowed most everybody since fumbling his first ever snap as a collegiate player against USC, throwing for 182 yards/game, 62.7%, and five touchdowns on the season. The young gun slinger also has some wheels to go along with his monster arm, leading the Tide in rushing attempts on the season while amassing 251 yards and three touchdowns.

Receiver ArDarius Stewart has been a do-it-all type of player for Alabama, leading the team in touchdown receptions and yards/game. Not only that, but he has gained 29 rushing yards on just three attempts off the dreaded jet sweep runs.

On the defensive side of the ball, there have been numerous players who have made an impact thus far: defensive lineman Jonathan Allen, defensive back Eddie Jackson, and linebacker Reuben Foster. You can basically pick anybody on that defense and it wouldn't be a bad selection.

So, we bring that question to you on the interwebs: who has been Alabama's MVP through four games?