Florida State redshirt freshman Jameis Winston electrified the nation with his marvelous college football debut against Pitt.
However, Winston was far from being the only youngster to turn heads in college football's opening weekend.
Sophomore running backs Todd Gurley and Duke Johnson both erupted for monstrous performances, while two highly gifted true freshman receivers in the SEC put in outstanding debuts as well.
Finally, find out the name of another multitalented redshirt freshman quarterback who shined in Week 1.
Note: Redshirt sophomores, three years from high school and thus eligible for the NFL draft, are not included on this list, leaving off Johnny Manziel, Marcus Mariota, Melvin Gordon and many others.
After a fantastic freshman campaign, Georgia running back Todd Gurley showed that he is too talented for a sophomore slump Week 1 against Clemson.
The Tarboro, N.C. native tallied 1,385 yards and 17 touchdowns as a freshman while splitting time with fellow freshman Keith Marshall.
Then in the most exciting game of 2013's opening weekend, Gurley blasted his way to 154 yards and two touchdowns off just 12 carries against the Tigers, despite tweaking his thigh during the game.
If you want to see electricity, just watch Gurley's 75-yard touchdown run from that contest.
Jameis Winston had one of the best collegiate debuts ever in Florida State's 41-13 Week 1 victory over Pitt.
The redshirt freshman went 25-of-27 passing for 356 yards and four touchdowns, while also adding 25 yards and another touchdown on the ground.
A two-sport athlete, Winston also starred on Florida State's NCAA Super Regional qualifying baseball team.
After just one game, Winston drew the attention of college football fans everywhere, including Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant, and entered his name in the Heisman Trophy conversation.
After the departure of star running back Marcus Lattimore, many questioned how the Gamecocks could possibly maintain their running game.
As Jason Kirk of SBNation tweeted, they will do it with that really fast guy and the other really mean guy.
That really fast guy is sophomore Mike Davis, who torched the North Carolina defense for a 75-yard touchdown run.
The Lithonia, Ga. native will show off his skills Week 2 on the road against his home-state Georgia Bulldogs.
If Todd Gurley isn't the best running back in college football, it might be Miami's Duke Johnson.
Also a sophomore, Johnson tallied a career-high 186 yards on the ground in a 34-6 win over Florida Atlantic.
Despite only playing the first three quarters, Johnson leads the nation in rushing after Week 1.
Johnson's highlight tape from FAU is a must-see.
Keep an eye on Miami's No. 8 as he continues to mount his Heisman campaign.
Ricky Seals-Jones came to Texas A&M as a 247Sports composite 5-star and the No. 2 athlete in the class of 2013.
As expected, it didn't take long for the Sealy, Texas native to make his impact on the field.
In the second quarter of his first collegiate game against Rice, Seals-Jones torched the Owl coverage and dashed 71 yards to the end zone.
At 6'5" 225 pounds, Seals-Jones already has an NFL-sized body and takes massive strides as he traverses the field.
He will be a dangerous deep threat for years to come in College Station.
Chris Harper is a name college football fans should become familiar with.
The California sophomore was just a composite 3-star but outperformed that rating as a freshman.
The Encino, Ca. native caught 41 passes for 544 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman and is already off to a strong sophomore campaign.
As Cal was engaged in a thriller in Week 1 against Northwestern, Harper hauled in 11 passes for 151 yards and two touchdowns.
Under head coach Sonny Dykes and his high-flying offense, Harper has a chance to blossom into one of the nation's most prolific receivers.
Dorial Green-Beckham committed to Missouri as the No. 1 overall recruit in the 247Sports composite rankings for the class of 2012.
However, "DGB" didn't live up to those expectations during his freshman campaign.
In the offseason, Green-Beckham dropped the DGB nickname, as detailed by Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Now as a sophomore, the 6'5, 225-pound Springfield, Mo. native is poised for a turnaround.
In Week 1 against Murray State, he caught four passes for 83 yards, including burning the Racers secondary for a 44-yard reception that set up a Mizzou touchdown.
Wearing No. 1 and hailing from the Baltimore-Washington D.C. area, Diggs has drawn comparisons to former West Virginia star Tavon Austin, and rightfully so.
Handling kick and punt returns while serving as a receiver for the Terrapins, Diggs has had plenty of opportunities to make plays.
His Year 1 highlight tape speaks for itself.
Ole Miss hit a home run with its 2013 recruiting class, and composite 5-star and No. 1 wide receiver Laquon Treadwell was one of the headliners.
After Week 1, Treadwell lived up to his billing and showed that he will make as much of an impact as any of the Rebel newcomers.
The Crete, Ill. native caught nine passes for 82 yards in his first game as Ole Miss edged Vanderbilt 39-35.
With Texas, Alabama, LSU and Texas A&M all on the Rebels' schedule, Treadwell will have plenty of chances to test his skills against top competition.
It came as a surprise to many when Trevor Knight was announced as Oklahoma's starting quarterback over returning backup Blake Bell.
However, after Week 1, it was clear why OU head coach Bob Stoops chose Knight.
The redshirt freshman is much different than his successor Landry Jones, who was primarily a pocket passer.
Knight has throwing ability, but it was his athleticism that turned heads in a 34-0 Week 1 win over UL-Monroe.
Knight threw for just 86 yards but did some serious work on the ground, tallying 103 rushing yards.
A legitimate dual-threat quarterback, Knight will be giving Big 12 defensive coordinators headaches for the next few seasons.