Everyone knows about the stud running backs in the SEC in 2011. Marcus Lattimore, Trent Richardson and Michael Dyer are just a few of the backs who are making huge impacts.
However, there are another set of playmakers making noise in the conference this season, the wide receivers.
The SEC has nine wideouts with over 300 receiving yards in just five weeks of play.
In comparison, the Big 10 and Big 12 each only have six receivers with more than 300 yards receiving.
Actually, two of the conference's wideouts are even making a push to be considered for the Biletnikoff award, given annually to the nations top wide receiver.
All of this without mentioning Tennessee's Justin Hunter who was averaging over 100 receiving yards per game before suffering an injury in week three.
Of all the success among wide receivers in the conference, who is the best in 2011 and who is the biggest draft prospect?
Click through the slide show for my power ranking of the top five draft-able wideouts in the Southeastern Conference as we stand today...