Last year, Nick Chubb, Derek Barnett, Leonard Fournette and Myles Garrett were four of the many freshmen who took the SEC by storm. Chubb and Fournette both ran for 1,000 yards, while Barnett and Garrett both broke Jadeveon Clowney’s freshman sack record in the same season.

Some of those seasons were easy to see coming: Fournette was the No. 1 overall recruit in the nation, and Garrett was widely considered one of the top players in the class of 2014 at his position. However, Chubb wasn’t even the best freshman back on his own team last year as far as recruiting rankings were concerned, and Barnett was a name few knew before the middle of the season.

The moral of that story is that stars can come from anywhere and can arrive at any time. With that in mind, we went ahead and looked at the SEC’s list of current commitments from the class of 2016 to try and determine which future freshmen may star in the SEC in two year’s time.

Here are five names we came up with:

1. Jacob Eason, QB, Georgia: Eason is the top-rated quarterback in the entire 2016 class, and he’ll join a Georgia program set to debut a new starter under center this fall. Should that starter — either Brice Ramsey or Faton Bauta or both — struggle this season, Eason could be called upon right away to lead the Georgia offense, a la Aaron Murray. He’s big, presents a strong arm and more importantly is incredibly accurate, which should help his transition from high school to the SEC. Of course, if Georgia’s new quarterback leads the Dawgs to a conference title in 2015, Eason will likely have to sit and wait his turn in Athens. But there’s definitely a chance he starts right away and is somewhat successful in doing so.

2. Saivion Smith, CB, LSU: Baton Rouge has become home to “DB U” as more and more top-rated defensive backs continue to funnel into LSU’s program. It will be interesting to see how the play of the secondary, and by extension the Tigers’ future in recruiting at the position, will be affected by the departure of John Chavis for Texas A&M, but it seems likely LSU’s defensive backs will continue to set the standard in the SEC. Smith is yet another star cornerback committed to LSU, and if he follows in the footsteps left by the dozens of stars to come before him, he’ll begin making plays right away, even in a limited role on the second team.

3. Austin Capps, DT, Arkansas: The Hogs just lost Darius Philon and Trey Flowers from their defensive line, but they’ve already rebuilt a tremendous amount of depth along the line for 2015. Capps could add some punishing star power to that depth, especially if 2015 signee Hjalte Froholdt plays well as a freshman this fall. If Capps can slide into a trio with Froholdt and Taiwan Johnson (who will be a senior in 2016) he could emerge as a playmaker up the middle right away, similarly to Mississippi State defensive tackle and former five-star prospect Chris Jones.

4. Gregory Little, OT, Texas A&M: Little is the top offensive tackle and a consensus top 5 overall talent in the 2016 class, and he’ll be attending a school that has had a tackle drafted in the first round of the last three NFL drafts. That alone should lead you to believe he’ll have an illustrious career at A&M, barring injuries. The fact he’s already 6-foot-6 and 305 pounds at the end of his junior year of high school helps as well. After all, you can’t teach size. Offensive linemen are rarely considered stars, but Little will be expected to perform as one of the SEC’s top freshman in 2016.

5. Feleipe Franks, QB, LSU: Franks has had a stellar offseason thus far in 2015, winning his Elite 11 regional in Orlando, Fla., before shining at the Trendsetters Quarterback Camp on Memorial Day Weekend. He’s a tremendous athlete with above-average arm strength, and although he’s a flawed prospect who needs to improve his accuracy and rely less on his legs, he’s also entering a program that’s now spent two years searching for answers at quarterback. If by this time next year LSU has still yet to find an answer, it may call on Franks to utilize his athleticism at the quarterback position. If Franks can make the simple throws and can work well in tandem with Leonard Fournette, his athleticism may lead him through a stellar rookie year in the SEC.