Let me start off by saying Tyler Bray will shockingly not be part of this list.
Yes, Bray is one of the top quarterbacks in the SEC, and, yes, he will potentially be a first-round pick in next year's NFL draft. But Florida has already game-planned for him. The Gators have scouted him and watched hours upon hours of film to try to figure out how to contain his prototypical NFL arm and throwing accuracy.
So while Bray is very important, there are other Tennessee players who need to step up to make this a winnable game.
Also, keep in mind that this game marks the first time since the 2007 season that both programs are ranked in the AP poll. That meeting didn't go well for the Vols, who lost 59-20 in The Swamp.
Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley is looking for his first win against the Gators since joining the program a few years ago. And with both teams looking to gain an edge in the SEC East standings, this game is shaping up to be an important one.
With the spotlight on Bray, look for these five players to step it up in Knoxville.