We’re only 10 Saturdays away from college football. Can you believe it?

The 2015 season’s almost here and to celebrate the occasion, we’re counting down to kickoff using content-specific pieces every weekend to deliver the good stuff — last-minute primers involving all 14 SEC teams.

First up: Introducing fans to each program’s No. 10s.

Editor’s note: Some teams have more than one athlete wearing No. 10. In that case, we’ve chosen the player(s) who will play the most snaps this fall.

Introducing the SEC’s No. 10 jersey-wearers

  1. Alabama — Reuben Foster, Jr., LB
  2. Arkansas — Brandon Allen, Sr., QB
  3. Auburn — Stanton Truitt, RS Fr., WR
  4. Florida — Valdez Showers, Sr., WR
  5. Georgia — Faton Bauta, Jr., QB
  6. Kentucky — Thaddeus Snodgrass, RS Fr., WR
  7. LSU — Anthony Jennings, Jr., QB
  8. Mississippi — C.J. Johnson, Sr., LB; Chad Kelly, Jr., QB
  9. Mississippi State — Brandon Holloway, Jr. RB
  10. Missouri — Kentrell Brothers, Sr., LB
  11. South Carolina — Skai Moore, Jr., LB
  12. Tennessee — Vincent Perry, Fr., WR
  13. Texas A&M — Kyle Allen, Soph., QB; Daeshon Hall, Jr., DL
  14. Vanderbilt — Trent Sherfield, Soph., WR; Shawn Stankavage, RS Fr., QB

Player notes: Foster is one of college football’s most feared hitters, a talent he put on display against Leonard Fournette on special teams last season. For the first time in his career, the Alabama linebacker will play substantial snaps on Kirby Smart’s defense and has a chance to earn a permanent spot in the rotation if he doesn’t knock himself out of games leading with his head … The SEC’s most veteran quarterback, Allen’s No. 2 in our post-spring position rankings thanks to the improvement shown throughout spring practice. New offensive coordinator Dan Enos is expecting a stellar season out of his senior leader … In Athens, Bauta is one of the three quarterbacks battling for the starting job according to Brian Schottenheimer and has a percentage-points margin to make up behind favorite Brice Ramsey. Bauta has a strong arm, makes good decisions and has a great shot at plays with the first-teamers … Jennings got himself into some trouble last week, resulting in an indefinite suspension from LSU’s team. It’s a considerable step back for the inconsistent junior who has lost a lot of ground in retaining his spot as the Tigers’ starting quarterback … Ole Miss has two No. 10s deserving of mention here, a three-year contributor on defense and a touted JUCO transfer to replace Bo Wallace. Johnson moves from defensive line to Mike linebacker this fall while Kelly is the favorite to start of redshirt sophomore Ryan Buchanan … Brothers takes an even bigger leadership as a senior this fall after Sunday’s devastating news of Harold Brantley’s car accident. Brothers is the SEC’s top returning tackler (122 stops) and creates an impressive combo with Michael Scherer in the middle of Barry Odom’s unit … Allen’s back as a sophomore to pick up where he left off for the Aggies as the director of the SEC’s most pass-happy attack in College Station … One of three productive linebackers last season for the Gamecocks, Moore’s hoping to post his best year yet in Columbia on a renovated, Jon Hoke-coached defense … Stankavage get on the field this season at a position of serious need for the Commodores. Johnny McCrary has yet to lock down the starting spot and possible ‘franchise’ passer Kyle Shurmur — Vanderbilt’s highest-rated QB signee ever — will likely redshirt.