With fall camp in full swing , there have been many players who have impressed so far.
Jerrell Powe, Jonathan Cornell, Rishaw Johnson are among the few who have shown that they are ready for what the SEC schedule has ahead.
There are also players who entered the Ole Miss program with high expectations, in which some were delivered with a promising freshman season and others disappointed.
Some had to redshirt to gain strength and are now to the level to get ready to impact. In terms of depth, there are a select few that Ole Miss has to depend on to step up their game for the Rebels to have a successful 2010 campaign.
After losing key players such as Dexter McCluster, Shay Hodge, and Patrick Trahan, Ole Miss has to depend on someone else to carry the load.
Obviously, no one can match the production a player such as McCluster brought to the table, but Ole Miss can hope to limit the damage by having a young player step up and take it to the 'next level'.
Who are the players that have the best chance to breakout in 2010 for the Rebels? Derek Stephens takes a look.