Arkansas doesn’t have an SEC win in the Bret Bielema era but there is loads of talent in Fayetteville. Auburn will face a future NFL pass-rusher whose very quick off the edge. The Hogs have a talented running back duo hat combined for almost 200 yards against the Tigers last year. A bulked up tight end gives the Hogs quarterback a nice change of pace when the Razorbacks decide to throw the ball. The QB is eager to show what he can do after playing through an injury last season.

DE Trey Flowers – A Huntsville native that didn’t get a offer from Auburn or Alabama. Flowers is an NFL-caliber player who returned for his senior year despite playing for a fourth defensive coordinator in as many years. Might be the most proficient and gifted pass rusher in the SEC. Of his 44 tackles in 2013, 13.5 were for a loss and five sacks. Last year against the Tigers did a good job containing Flowers and keeping him off Nick Marshall. He had three tackles, one for a loss. Made this year’s All-SEC Preseason Coaches First Team

RB Alex Collins – The Associated Press SEC Freshman of the Year. Granted they were against Louisiana Lafayette, Samford and Southern Miss but Collins was the first freshman in SEC history to start his career with three straight 100-yard rushing games. He rushed for 1,066 yards as one of the two-headed monsters at running back for the Hogs. Ran for 92 yards on 18 carries last year against Auburn. Made this year’s All-SEC Preseason Coaches Second Team.

RB Jonathan Williams – The other monster at running back for the Hogs. Williams ran for 900 yards despite getting the ball 40 times less than Collins. Williams has the rare ability to run between the tackles as well as being fast enough to get to the edge. Ran for 104 yards on 15 carries last year against Auburn. Made this year’s All-SEC Preseason Coaches Third Team.

QB Brandon Allen – The health of the sophomore signal-caller was the biggest question last season. Allen only missed one game with a shoulder injury in his throwing arm but it was clear that he wasn’t 100 percent. He had to receive numbing shots throughout the season. With his health improved and development in the spring, there are expectations for Allen. They are talented targets around Allen and he shouldn’t be viewed as a QB that just hands off. He finished 128-of-258 passing for 1,552 yards and 13 touchdowns.

TE Hunter Henry – A youngster on the rise, Henry was Tom Lemming’s  No. 1 tight end prospect in the nation. As a freshman last year, Henry was named All-SEC Second Team by the Associated Press. After adding 25 pounds to his frame and having a year of development under his belt, Henry expects to best his 28 catches and four touchdowns. Only one other Razorback had more catches then Henry. Last year against the Tigers, Henry had one catch. Made this year’s All-SEC Preseason Coaches Third Team.