They can completely change the momentum of a game the moment the ball touches their hands, or as soon as they arrive at a ball-carrier.
They're dynamic athletes, game-breakers and superstars who coaches have to include in the game plan every single time they enter the film room to devise a plan of attack.
And the Southeastern Conference is full of them.
From quarterbacks to running backs to receivers to defenders, the league has more than its share of freak athletes who invoke excitement—or fear—the second they step on the field.
Since predictions like this need some historical evidence on college football's biggest stage, true freshmen were not considered while making this list, as they've not proved themselves.
Do guys like Leonard Fournette, Speedy Noil and Jalen Hurd have a chance to make this list by season's end? Absolutely. But for now, we'll stick with the talented players who've already showcased what they can do in this league.
Narrowing down a top-10 list of exciting players in a power conference like the SEC is akin to choosing the best-looking swimsuit model. No matter who you pick, somebody out there thinks you're a blind, bumbling idiot.
The criteria for this ranking was how much of an impact these players have on their team's success, their ability to make clutch plays and propensity to make the major out of the minuscule.
It was an arduous task whittling down a list like this, but here's the final verdict.