SEC Football: Predicting Every Team's Biggest Breakout Star of 2013

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SEC Football: Predicting Every Team's Biggest Breakout Star of 2013
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Every year, the SEC loses a ton of talent. This offseason was especially rough for college football's most powerful conference. The league waved goodbye to a record-setting 63 players who were selected in the 2013 NFL draft, including a record 12 players who were selected in the first round.

Many of the big-name stars from last season have moved on to the pros. Fortunately, though, the most talented league in the country is still well-stocked with plenty of up-and-coming players who are ready to make a name for themselves this fall.

Last year, we saw SEC players such as Johnny Manziel, Eddie Lacy, Damontre Moore, Sharrif Floyd and Jordan Matthews all put together breakout campaigns and become household names.

Now, the question is, who will rise up in 2013?

Here's a look at the one player on every SEC team who has the best chance to be a breakout star this season.

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