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Because there are so many great talents in the SEC, there are noticeable players missing in the top 10.
These are the players that barely missed the cut.
Eric Reid is a big, physical safety that has solid coverage skills. He could prove to be another LaRon Landry
At first glance, AJ McCarron doesn't look to be a big-time NFL prospect, but his accuracy and decision-making is what separates him from the rest of the quarterbacks in the nation. He has yet to throw an interception this season.
Cobi Hamilton leads the SEC in receiving yards with 900 yards, and with his quickness and route-running ability, he should be productive in the pros.
Justin Hunter is slightly underachieving this year. He has 705 receiving yards and two touchdown receptions, but he's had some critical drops as well. The build is there for Hunter, and if he can put it together, he should make for an excellent target in the NFL.
John Jenkins is a handful for any man in the trenches. This big defensive tackle has 27 tackles this season, but more importantly, he's freed up teammates, such as Alec Ogletree, to make plays in the backfield.
Though he's just a junior, Jake Matthews is a 6'5", 305 mammoth that has done a solid job protecting Johnny Manziel all season long.
Sharrif Floyd is a big, physical defensive lineman that is one of the biggest reasons Florida allows just 100 yards rushing per game.