The SEC is a run-first conference, but that doesn't mean that it's lacking in the wide receiver department.
Four receivers who had 900 or more receiving yards last season will return to the conference this year, headlined by Vanderbilt's Jordan Matthews and Texas A&M's Mike Evans.
But just because established stars are returning, don't count out the possibility of unheralded players taking the next step and becoming superstars.
How do the SEC's top receivers stack up in 2013?
*Only the No. 1 wide receiver for each team is ranked.