The SEC is stacked with young talent this season, which comes as no surprise to those that follow recruiting.
The conference is headlined by veteran playmakers, but there are 10 freshmen who contribute and will soon be household names.
With Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall, Georgia has found a one-two punch that may be the best backfield in the country.
Jalen Mills has stepped up into the role left by Tyrann Mathieu in the LSU secondary.
When Alabama was looking for a running back to provide stability behind Eddie Lacy, they found T.J. Yeldon.
Here are the freshmen that will bring constant chatter around the league for the next three to four years.