With much of its offensive talent flushed by the NFL or graduation, the 2014 edition of the Southeastern Conference will look much different than its 2013 predecessor.
Though offenses, led by names like Aaron Murray and Johnny Manziel, dominated the SEC's landscape a year ago, offensive weapons will be at a true premium in the upcoming year. With many of the league's gems hidden behind award winners and multi-year starters, breakout names should be the story of 2013.
The list following is a list of those names, ranked in ascending order according to both how relatively unknown the player is and how much potential he has. Some may be more proven, some may be more talented, but the ranking will be taking those and combining their "name" value.
Look into the crystal ball by clicking "next" and see which names you'll need to know in 2014.