The Southeastern Conference is literally filled with talent.
You can find future NFL stars on each roster and at each and every position.
Now that we have played eight weeks of football, the question looms: Who are the very best players in the Southeastern Conference right now?
Players like Marcus Lattimore, Tyler Bray, Justin Rogers and Knile Davis fell from the rankings with season ending injuries.
However, there is plenty of talent healthy and producing each and every week.
I considered a mix of talent, stats and production, and big game performance in my rankings.
Click through the following slides to see my top 10 players in the conference right now...
The Player: 5-10, 180, Senior WR
The Stats: 34 receptions, 574 yards and six touchdowns
The Reason For This Ranking: Jarius Wright is having a big season with almost 574 yards in just six starts.
In the huge win over Top 20 ranked Texas A&M, Wright hauled in a ridiculous 13 receptions for 281 yards, and three receiving touchdowns.
A very light game against Ole Miss this past Saturday lowers his ranking a bit, but he is still one of the top play makers in the conference.
The Player: 6'2, 265, Senior LB
The Stats: 27 tackles, 11.5 tackles for a loss, 4.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and an interception for a touchdown
The Reason For This Ranking: The athletic senior is one of the hardest hitters in the conference and has had a big start to the season.
Courtney Upshaw forces turnovers and pressures the quarterback, he has six QB hurries on the season, and is a leader on the field.
The Player: 6'1", 211, sophomore QB
The Stats: 1653 passing yards, 16 touchdowns, seven interceptions, two rushing touchdowns
The Reason For This Ranking: Aaron Murray leads the SEC in touchdown passes, with 16, and has the second best QB rating in the conference.
He is a leader of the Bulldog offense and has completed over 60 percent of his passes and thrown for three or more touchdown passes three times this season.
The Player: 6'2", 276, Senior DL
The Stats: 31 tackles, 9 tackles for a loss, 5.5 sacks, two interceptions, and a fumble recovery
The Reason For This Ranking: Over the first few games of the season, Ingram looked to be making plays all over the field.
On top of all the defensive plays, Ingram even had a 68 yard offensive touchdown run in the win over Top 25 ranked Georgia.
However, an injury midseason slowed the lineman a bit and has dropped him slightly on this list.
The Player: 6'1", 216, Senior DB
The Stats: 79 tackles, 8.5 tackles for a loss, two interceptions, a sack and a forced fumble
The Reason For This Ranking: The veteran safety leads the SEC in tackles, averaging over 11 per contest.
In Kentucky's toughest games, against highly ranked LSU and South Carolina, Guy Jr tallied 26 tackles.
He can cover receivers, assist with run tackling and pressure the quarterback.
The Player: 5'9", 210, Sophomore RB
The Stats: 812 rush yards, eight rush touchdowns
The Reason For This Ranking: The tough Tiger back is averaging over 100 yards and a touchdown per game.
He is third in the SEC in rushing and averaging a solid 5.1 yards per rush on the season.
Dyer had 141 yards and a touchdown in Auburn's big win over No. 14 South Carolina.
The Player: 6-1, 232, senior LB
The Stats: 77 tackles, six tackles for a loss, two interceptions, two forced fumbles, and two sacks
The Reason For This Ranking: Danny Trevathan is averaging an amazing 11 tackles per game. On a poor team, he continues to shine each and every week.
The talented line backer steps up in big games too, as he did when he racked up 13 tackles in both the LSU and South Carolina games this season.
The Player: 5'9", 180, sophomore DB
The Stats: 42 tackles, five tackles for a loss, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, two defensive touchdowns, two interceptions, 1.5 sacks
The Reason For This Ranking: Missing the Auburn game due to a suspension brings Mathieu's stock down a bit.
However, in his seven starts, he has been making plays all over the field on defense. In LSU's huge win over top ten ranked Oregon, Mathieu had ten tackles and scored on a fumble recovery.
To add to his resume, the speedy Tiger has 15 punt returns for 119 yards.
The Player: 6'3", 215, Junior QB
The Stats: 2,011 passing yards. 12 passing touchdowns and just three interceptions, four rushing touchdowns
The Reason For This Ranking: Replacing prolific quarterback Ryan Mallett at Arkansas was a daunting task, but Tyler Wilson has thrived in the role. He has passed for over 2,000 yards in just seven games.
In a win over Top 20 ranked Texas A&M Wilson threw for over 500 yards and passed for three touchdowns and no interceptions.
His 8.5 yards per passing attempt lead all SEC quarterbacks and his 63 percent completion percentage is second in the conference.
The Player: 5-11, 224, Junior RB
The Stats: 989 rush yards, 17 rush touchdowns, 212 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown
The Reason For This Ranking: With over 1,100 total offensive yards and 18 total touchdowns, Trent Richardson has positioned himself to be not only the top player in the SEC so far this season, but a front runner for the Heisman.
He is averaging a solid 6.6 yards per carry and has at least one touchdown in seven of Alabama's eight games and multiple touchdowns in six of them.