Tim Jordan, Running Back
Do not count out the young back just yet. So far under the new coaching staff, Jordan has done a lot of things right and will see his fair share of touches this fall.
Last season, Jordan had 11 attempts for 52 yards and zero touchdowns. I know it was just the Orange and White Game, but he showed signs he could be the lead back on a lot of SEC teams. He came close to matching 52 yards, and he and Ty Chandler accounted for two touchdowns.
Josh Palmer, Wide Receiver
Big play guy in the making but him and the quarterbacks seemed to be just a second off last season. Palmer finished the year with nine receptions for 98 yards. In his second season, he should outdo with freshman numbers.
Will Ignont, Linebacker
Will Ignont only played in three games last season, but he has the talent to be a pretty decent SEC linebacker. Now, the linebacking position is stacked for the upcoming season so Ignont will be a role player. But, if injuries happen, he could get his shot.
Latrell Williams, Wide Receiver
Latrell Williams showed signs of being a productive receiver in the Orange and White Game but as we all know that does not simulate real game speed action. However, Williams could make a lot of big plays out of the slot position come fall.