The Southeastern Conference is littered with talent.

It seems like nearly every team has multiple bodies that will someday play in the NFL, and even if a player is a freshman, they can make an impact. For Arkansas’ Devwah Whaley, who’s just a freshman, he made his presence felt when he gave LSU’s Jamal Adams a stiff-arm he’ll likely remember for a while.

Whaley has only compiled 383 rushing yards and one touchdown coming into this game, but the talent is certainly there.

Adams, who is one of the Tigers’ impact players at the safety position, is a likely first-round pick in this upcoming year’s NFL Draft. CBS Sports has him going 13th overall.