The SEC's top 14 offensive players, Week One

 Chris Lee   in Football

Here's how we rank the best 14 offensive players in the SEC after one week. 

Here's how we power rank the SEC's best 14 offensive players after one week. For the first several weeks, we will still factor in past performance as it applies (in other words, the list isn't about the 14 players who had the best opening weeks).

1. Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss (last week: 1): 381 passing yards, 34 rushing yards, one TD pass and a big win over Louisville. 

2. Evan Neal, LT, Alabama (2): Played all but three snaps in a blowout of Miami.

3. Kevin Harris, RB, South Carolina (3): Did not play against Eastern Illinois due to illness.

4. Darian Kinnard, RT, Kentucky (5): Was stellar again in blowout of ULM, and particularly so as a run blocker.

5. Tank Bigsby, RB, Auburn (7): 138 yards from scrimmage, two touchdowns last week vs. Akron.

6. Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M (8): 19 touches, 137 yards in a win over Kent State.

7. Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU (14): Nine catches, 148 yards, three scores vs. UCLA.

8. Jerrion Ealy, RB, Ole Miss (6): Slow rushing start (3.1 yards per carry on 12 tries) but did add three catches for 51 yards. 

9. Bryce Young, QB, Alabama (NR): 9.1 yards per attempt and four TDs on 38 attempts is a great first start. 

10. John Metchie, WR, Alabama (11): Caught six balls for 76 yards and one touchdowns.

11. Kenyon Green, LT, Texas A&M (12): Excelled while playing all but six snaps last Saturday.

12. Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas (9): Made uncharacteristic mistakes in Week One, but should bounce back. 

13. Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M (10): Was okay (four catches, 36 yards) in the opener. 

14. JT Daniels, QB, Georgia (4): The numbers weren't inspiring (22-of-30, 135 yards, one interception) but the Bulldogs did win.