It’s a critical SEC Showdown in Columbia on Saturday as Georgia travels to take on South Carolina. This game will likely seal the fate of one team in the race for the Eastern Division title.

Here are five Gamecocks every Georgia fan should know heading into kickoff Saturday afternoon:

5. Nick Jones, WR: Jones is a speedster who can play both in the slot and out the outside. He’s a big play threat averaging more than 10 yards per catch over his career. Jones leads the Gamecocks in both catches and receiving yards through two games and has proven to be one of quarterback Dylan Thompson’s top targets.

4. Shaq Roland, WR: When Roland arrived on campus, he was lauded as the next star to step into Alshon Jeffrey’s shoes. He grew as a sophomore last season, averaging a team-high 18.2 yards per catch. He’s gotten off to a bit of a slow start in 2014, however, with just eight catches and no touchdowns. Roland’s capable of a breakout game at any point and will be a focal point of Jeremy Pruitt’s secondary.

3. Skai Moore, LB: Moore’s a heralded true sophomore who led the team in tackles as a freshman and was named to the Freshman All-SEC team. Moore is again on pace for a stellar season; he leads the team in tackles with 13 so far. The Cooper City, Fla. native has one tackle for loss and one sack and is primed for a huge game on a big stage.

2. T.J. Gurley, FS: Gurley entered the 2014 campaign fully healthy and has made an impact for the Carolina defense thus far. He’s second on the team in tackles with 12 and has the Gamecocks’ only interception. He had a career-high 11 tackles against the ‘Dawgs in 2013.

1. Mike Davis, RB: Davis has gotten off to a slow start by his standards so far this season, but can get his year back on track with a big game this weekend. Davis is without a doubt one of the top three running backs in the SEC and he finally began to pound the ball last week like we’ve become accustomed. He rushed for 1,183 yards and 11 touchdowns during his breakout season last year. However, he’s recorded just 120 yards on the ground so far in 2014.