Who are the impact Freshman in the SEC this season? Like many SEC coaches, Kapono has the luxury of not putting many freshman on the field right away. On defense, OLB Terrance Smith is in the 2 deep and should be an emerging star when he starts next season. DE Mario Edwards is a highly touted prospect who may see a redshirt this season, but will be a force in his career with the Seminoles. CB Keelin Smith has great size at 6'3" and will be on the field in nickel situations. On offense one frosh to watch is QB Jameis Winston. This kid is likely to redshirt and even then may be a backup for a year or two, but this young man has all the tools to be a superstar in FSU's spread attack. The U has been raking in top shelf talent since the 80's, but this year they don't have any real impact freshman to make coach Boom29 's job easier. Coach Dru50 inherits Keith Marshall at HB. This true freshman sits at #2 on his preseason depth chart, but with 95 speed and 94 acceleration, coach Dru would be smart to get this kid on the field, he's a big play waiting to happen! While there are certainly some freshman on the roster, coach SatansAngel1104 will be able to keep them all firmly seated on the bench barring major injuries. Coach recchem2000 's Tigers have a lot of young talent, they're just all sophomores. The most important frosh on the roster is LT Greg Robinson. The FR(RS) will start from day one and be asked to hold his own against some of the nations most electric pass rushers in the SEC. Coach Cheez inherits speedy WR Drae Bowles...... wait, that won't matter since he doesn't throw the ball.... Well, if he did throw the ball, he could expect this kid to stretch defenses in the SEC after taking a season or two to develop at UT. Razorbacks fans have had a lot to cheer for over the last year, including the hiring of powerhouse coach whygodwhy1111 ! Coach will have his work cut out for him to keep this team up to snuff in the brutal SEC west though, his squad has no real impact freshman. Landon Collins is a true freshman FS stolen from LSU's back yard. This kid is unlikely to see much playing time right away, but with phenominal closing speed, solid zone coverage ratings and better than average (for a safety) hands, expect this kid to create turnovers for coach gowazzucougs and the tide for years to come. On offense, frosh wideout Eddie Williams is a big target at 6'4" and 210 lb who could see the field right away in 4 and 5 WR sets. Coach MexiRican35 can expect his freshman to contribute by fetching water for the real players this season with one notable exception. CB Jalen Collins could be the next great LSU cover guy. Expect to see him in nickel and dime packages this season as he continues to develop. The most highly touted recruit in the country landed at Mizzou for new coach Wyrmreaver . WR Dorial Green-Beckham, or DGB, is a 6-6, 220 lb monster in the most of Calvin Johnson. This kid will be on the field as the third receiver right away and should have a bright future ahead of him. Outside of DGB the team has Ohio prep star Maty Mauk in the fold at QB, but Mauk is likely to be on the bench for a few seasons at least. Coach DirtycashDylan takes over the Gamecocks from the ole ball coach. The most impactfull frosh on the roster is far and away LT Brock Stadnik. This kid is a true freshman but has all the tools (90 OVR?!) to be a bookend LT for this team from day 1. Also expected to make an impact is MLB Mason Harris. Harris could see the field a lot or a little depending on what coach Dylan decides to do with the defense, but this kid has elite speed for an LB and should anchor this defense for the next few seasons. Coach Jayrah is loaded at HB so who knows how he will use true freshman Trey Wiliams. Williams is a diminutive 5'8" and only 180 lb but the kid has heart, and more importantly, moves in the open field. Thomas Johnson and Mike Evans are the 4th and 5th WRs on this club behind 3 seniors, so expect those two to get some looks this season before being the starters next season. Another buzz-worthy aggie freshman is QB Matt Davis. Matt is unlikely to start for a few years but he wowed coaches when he ran sprint times comparable to the WRs and CBs. This kid has the potential to be a Denard Robinson type of talent.