Re: RB Depth Chart
I agree with the order posted above:
Wilds has the most "proven" experience in playing against college opponents and SEC opponents: he IMO should be the automatic #1 until someone else unseats him.
Davis has a lot of talent plus some in-game experience, and possibly would be #2.
Carson has some limited experience and has shown out in practices (I believe he was #2 behind Marcus in 2011 before his ACL), so he may be #3.
Then you have Salley with a year's development and play-book learning, plus incoming Williams and Smith who both are talented (I hate to include incoming freshmen in any team depth charts until they actually pass admissions). If they make it in, they could rise up the depth charts based on their talent alone.
But yes I would order it Wilds, Davis, Carson, and Salley for right now....