Ranking the SEC’s top 31 instant-impact newcomers for 2014

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SDS featured the countdown of the top 31 impact newcomers for 2014 over the last month.

LSU running back Leonard Fournette is expected to make the biggest impact of any newcomer, and he’ll fit nicely into the rotation which already features Terrence Magee and Kenny Hilliard. Texas A&M has the most projected impact newcomers, starting with defensive end Myles Garrett and featuring quarterback Kyle Allen and receiver Speedy Noil.

Here are the SEC’s top 31 impact newcomers for 2014, and why they will make an immediate impact:

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  • With Pruitt stepping in I wouldn’t be surprised at all to hear a few new names contributing in the secondary. Fenteng and Parrish will report in the summer as well and I expect them to see the field on Saturdays in the fall. Not sure where Carter will fall in at but I’m thinking OLB where we already have Railroad Floyd and JJ. Can’t ever have enough pass rushers though and that young man looks every bit the part.

    • Also: with Jay Rome recovering from injury Quayvon Hicks is the only scholarship player we have currently playing TE. Hicks is a converted FB and Rome hasn’t exactly shown us every down potential. Don’t be surprised if we see incoming freshman Jeb Blazevich getting quality time either .

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