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Here are some of the top pass-catchers in the SEC who almost cracked the Top-5 Power Rankings list:
WR Greg Childs - Childs, who caught 48 passes for 897 yards and seven touchdowns last season, is one of the top playmakers in the SEC and joins WR Joe Adams and TE D.J. Williams in the SEC's best receiving corps.
WR Randal Cobb - Kentucky's wide receiver-running back hybrid had quite a season for the Wildcats in 2009, catching 39 passes for 447 yards and four touchdowns as well as rushing for 573 yards and 10 touchdowns on just 94 carries.
WR Alshon Jeffery - After catching 46 passes for 763 yards and six touchdowns last season, Jeffery picked up where he left off in the season opener for South Carolina, racking up seven catches for 106 yards against Southern Miss.
TE/WR Omarius Hines - Filling in for the injured Jordan Reed at tight end Saturday, Hines provided a big target for first-year starting quarterback John Brantley, pulling in three catches for 49 yards and a touchdown.
WR Joe Adams - After catching six passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns in the season opener, Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett will look to Adams when the Razorbacks need a big play in the passing game.