2020 NFL Draft Results - RD1 Picks 17-32



17 Las Vegas
Daviyon Nixon
Iowa
DL3T
Reach/Value:
-9
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
305
Daviyon Nixon NFL Draft photo
After a disappointing 8-8 season, it will be interesting to see how Gruden and the Raiders move forward this offseason. Will they see this as a team that needs some major upgrades/overhaul or a roster that simply needs some minor tweaks and a new piece or two? First thing they'll need to do is create some money. Marcus Mariota, Tyrell Williams, and LaMarcus Joyner should be semi-easy to move on from. Trent Brown could be a tougher choice. Nelson Agholor's price tag could be too hefty. With those roster decisions, a RT and a WR could be prime targets in Free Agency.


The known areas of need are at DT (where the Raiders received virtually zero production) and Safety (where mistake-prone Jonathan Abram lacks any talented partner on the back of the defense). While other needs may be flashier, those are two skill-devoid positions on a defense that finished 30th in points allowed and gave up the 5th-most first downs in the league --not allowing their high-powered offense to get on the field. I'm not crazy about the value here, but a playmaking DT could have big implications for this unit.
18 Miami
Rashawn Slater
Northwestern
OT
Reach/Value:
-6
Height:
6'4''
Weight:
314
Rashawn Slater NFL Draft photo
I was hoping I could comment here about Miami's new OC, but at time of putting pen to paper (or fingers to laptop), it's all gone a little quiet on that front. I'm sure an announcement will be made soon. There has been speculation that the Dolphins would need to wait until the Championship games were over to hire someone like Ken Dorsey from the Bills. Miami's coaches are in Mobile to coach the National Team at the Senior Bowl. It's a great chance for Brian Flores and his men to get a close-up view of some of the best draft prospects this year. As the offense will be the focus in the draft, it's a shame the new OC couldn't be make the trip to be part of an event that takes on greater significance this year with the cancellation of the Combine.

Let's discuss the annual quandary that is Miami's Offensive Line. Promising contributions from Austin Jackson, Robert Hunt, and Solomon Kindley cloud the vision somewhat. The bottom line is that improvements are still needed, and the Phins should not hesitate to add pieces in Free Agency or the draft. Jackson did enough towards the end of the year to earn the starting LT spot next September. Ereck Flowers will return at LG. Ted Karras is a free agent, but could be re-signed to return at Center. Hunt should start at either RG or RT, but I would consider moving on from Jesse Davis. Davis' contract might be too large to keep him as a reserve and it would be sad to see him go. Releasing Davis would save just over $3.5M in cap.

One O-Lineman who won't be at the Senior Bowl is Rashawn Slater. Most would rightly have Penei Sewell as the top OT prospect this year, but don't sleep on Slater. The Northwestern man chose to opt out of the 2020 season, which initially hurt his draft stock. When you look again at his 2019 film, you see a polished and capable player. Pick #18 puts the Dolphins in prime position to pick one of a number of good offensive talents, but Slater could provide the most instant value. Slater's success so far has been at LT, but he may be better-suited to a move inside due to some concerns about arm length and footwork. Either way, the versatility will appeal to the Phins.

- David Payne, Dolphins Analyst

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19 Washington
Trevon Moehrig
TCU
S
Reach/Value:
+7
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
202
Trevon Moehrig NFL Draft photo
The Ron Rivera Era began with some questionable decisions and more obstacles than Rivera could've ever imagined, but his inaugural season ended with a rare playoff berth for this down-trodden franchise. In fact, one could argue that Washington played the NFC Champion Bucs better than any other team in the playoffs thus far. Still, one question looms large in the offseason; who is the quarterback?

While Alex Smith's exit press conference made it sound like he's ready for another year, I don't think that year will be in the Nation's Capital. WFT saves $14M by releasing him, and it just doesn't make sense to hold onto an aging QB with such a low ceiling when you are a young team trying to grow into a contender. I would also argue, however, that this team would be better off finding a veteran QB before the Draft and focusing on the team's needs in the secondary, at receiver, and at LT in said Draft.

Assuming there is a new signal-caller in Burgundy & Gold before late April (my money would be on Matthew Stafford), I would likely target a LT, as DB and WR are deep again this spring. However, a rangy safety like Trevon Moehrig might be too tempting to pass up. RD7 pick Kameron Curl was a tremendous value pick for WFT in 2020, coming on strong and gaining national attention as a safety and slot corner. However, both Curl and Landon Collins are more suited for a Strong Safety role in Rivera's Cover-3 defense. A deep-middle safety like Moehrig is sorely needed in the middle of this surging defense, which is actually why I think Justin Simmons will be a top target in Free Agency. Moehrig would be a lovely consolation prize.

- Kennedy Paynter, Senior Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
20 Chicago
Mac Jones
Alabama
QB
Reach/Value:
-11
Height:
6'2''
Weight:
214
Mac Jones NFL Draft photo
The Bears head into the 2021 offseason with a clear problem at the Quarterback position. Mitchell Trubisky is a free agent and most likely will test the market and head to another team. Spotrac believes Trubisky has a market value of $8.3M per year. That leaves Nick Foles, who has a manageable $6.67M cap hit. If the Bears trade Foles and use a post-June 1st designation, they would save $4M in cap space in 2021 and take a $2.67M dead money cap hit in 2022. Since Trubisky probably leaves, they should hang onto Foles for at least one more year.

The Bears are $10.7M over the cap right now. If they release Jimmy Graham, Bobby Massie, and Buster Skrine they will have $4.48M in cap space. If the team releases or trades Akiem Hicks they would create another $10.5M in cap space. GM Ryan Pace will likely have to restructure some of their higher-priced deals as well to create more cap space. Khalil Mack, Robert Quinn, and Eddie Jackson are likely candidates. The Bears could release Kyle Fuller and save $11M in cap space but since he does not have any more years after 2021 under contract and is still solid, they probably will extend him.

The main free agent GM Ryan Pace needs to re-sign is Allen Robinson. Pace should franchise tag Robinson at the very least. If they cannot agree to an extension, trade him elsewhere. The rest of their free agents could be priced out of their range or would be only minimum-level deals.

The Bears really need to have a Quarterback on a rookie deal (again) and let that Quarterback develop with a veteran behind him. In this mock, the Bears take Mac Jones and can let him sit for a year learning from Nick Foles. Jones completed 77.4% of his passes with 41 touchdowns and four interceptions. Some scouts have Jones as a 2nd or 3rd round prospect ,while another has him as the best QB in this draft.

Regardless of where scouts have Jones, the Bears cannot afford to wait until the second round to draft him.

21 Indianapolis
Kyle Trask
Florida
QB
Reach/Value:
-14
Height:
6'4''
Weight:
240
Kyle Trask NFL Draft photo
Drafting Kyle Trask this high is a major reach, but that is how badly the Colts need to get a future signal-caller. This roster is ready to win now. This defense was one of the best in the league at stopping the run, despite being in the same division as the NFL's leading rusher, Derrick Henry. The Colts were also top 12 in Opposing Passer Rating while snagging 15 interceptions in 2020. Jonathan Taylor looked like the real deal in his rookie campaign, and if T.Y. Hilton returns in the offseason, this group of pass-catchers is impressive. However, Hilton is coming back only if he feels comfortable with what the Colts have at quarterback.

Following Phillip Rivers' retirement, Indianapolis is in a tough spot to fill that void. I'd be the first to offer up this pick for Matt Stafford who is not expected to play in Detroit moving forward. I doubt Houston will listen to offers on DeShaun Watson like rumors suggest, and the idea of trading him in the division is one step short of "Fairy Tale" status. However, the Colts have to make a move this offseason, and I'm not comfortable turning the keys over to Jacob Eason at this point. If they get on the clock and nothing has been solved at quarterback, anything is a possibility to improve that situation.

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
22 Tennessee
Wyatt Davis
Ohio State
OG
Reach/Value:
+3
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
315
Wyatt Davis NFL Draft photo
Edge rusher is the greatest need for the Titans; I really don't think anyone can argue that. There's also numerous interesting Edge prospects available in the draft so if the Titans take an Edge rusher in the first round, they will more than likely have a few exciting options. But in this mock draft, I wanted to shake things up a bit. What if the Titans go out and sign an Edge rusher? For instance, Yannick Ngakoue is scheduled to be a free agent, and I think he'd be a great fit for the Titans as he could rush the passer as a stand up outside LB in the 3-4, but he can also be a hand-on-the-ground DE. I've also seen some speculation that the Titans might re-sign Jadeveon Clowney, though if the Titans are looking to sign someone to produce zero sacks, I'm available at a much-lower cost.

I've spoken about Edge rusher and WR need for the Titans in the past, but they could also use a Guard. While Roger Saffold and Nate Davis both played pretty well this past season, Saffold is getting older and has the fourth-highest salary on the team. Also, the Ravens had no problem dominating the offensive line during the playoffs, shutting down superstar Derrick Henry. Wyatt Davis is the highest-rated OG in the draft, and likely the only OG that will be taken in the first round. If the Titans end up taking Davis, they could get rid of Saffold and save almost $7.6M on the cap something from which they need to cut some fat. Davis is known as more of a run blocker, but he also did well in pass protection, allowing only four sacks over the past two seasons. Davis could be a lateral move at OG that allows the Titans to save some money on the cap.

- Jonah Anderson, Titans Analyst
23 NY Jets (Trade)
Asante Samuel Jr.
Florida State
CB
Reach/Value:
-2
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
180
Asante Samuel Jr. NFL Draft photo
With Robert Saleh and his roots on the defensive side of the ball, you can be sure he will look to improve upon this years' rankings of 28th against the Pass, 12th against the Run, 26th in Scoring, and 24th Overall. Two main areas of concern, CB and Pass Rusher, areas that have been a concern for what seems like an eternity, will be high on the list of priorities.


The free-agent class of pass rushers looks pretty darn good at this moment in time, and with $63M in Cap Space, I would probably look to spend a chunk of it on the likes of Matt Judon or Bud Dupree, should either be allowed to hit Free Agency. I feel this years' draft class of pass rushers does not have a lot of top-end quality in comparison to past years, so with this in mind, it tips the scales towards nabbing a CB in the form of Asante Samuel, Jr. here. Samuel Jr. looks to have the type of skillset that will fit the kind of defense we expect Saleh to run, and has room to be developed even further.
24 Pittsburgh
Christian Darrisaw
Virginia Tech
OT
Reach/Value:
+7
Height:
6'5''
Weight:
314
Christian Darrisaw NFL Draft photo
The Steelers broke camp with five guys who could play tackle. They have one left under contract. They're likely to re-sign backup Hawkins for the minimum. Zach Banner, with his circuitous injury recovery and lack of a starting resume, loves the team, and also might be re-signed on the cheap. Bottom line is they need to add to this group. They will not have the room under the cap to be free agency players this offseason.


The Steelers like to take tackles in the mid-rounds. In fact, Pittsburgh has not drafted one in RD1 since 1996, and none in the 20-year tenure of GM Kevin Colbert. However, this is by all measures no typical year. The Steelers are a team that can't run the ball and struggles to throw it as well. Roethlisberger gets rid of the ball faster than anyone in the league on his way to a near-league-bottom Average Completed Air Yards of 4.6 (37th). The team has done a good job of circling the wagons and not pointing fingers, but it's clear that investing in the O-Line will improve the run game and also allow the team to utilize more late-developing routes.

Darrisaw is a player with a three-year resume for the Hokies. He's an aggressive player with a non-stop motor and a finishing mentality. He has a lot of room to grow but he's good enough to step into a starting role early in his career.


25 Jacksonville (Trade)
Samuel Cosmi
Texas
OT
Reach/Value:
+5
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
309
Samuel Cosmi NFL Draft photo
Assuming you see things my way, you agree that this pick has to be an OT in order to give Trevor Lawrence time to find his targets and, of course, stay in one piece. We've discussed the seriously substandard nature of the Jags' starting tackles. Left Tackle Cam Robinson is a free agent, and Right Tackle Jawaan Taylor is among the worst in the league. Taylor leads the league in total pressures allowed with 58, something I really don't feel the need to say anything more about.

Although this DRAFTSIM selects Sam Cosmi here at #25, GM Trent Baalke will be smart to package one of their 11 picks together with this one to move up and ensure they get a quality talent. Looking at DraftTek's Trade Value Chart, combining point values for this pick #25 along with #45, the Jags have enough points to jump up 10-12 spots, leap-frogging OT-needy teams such as Indy, Miami, and Pittsburgh. This will provide Baalke with more options, potentially including 2020 risers Christian Darrisaw and Rashawn Slater.

26 Cleveland
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah
Notre Dame
OLB
Reach/Value:
+3
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
216
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah NFL Draft photo
I'm a big fan of Owusu-Koramoah after a sensational 2020 campaign. While most casual fans weren't as privileged to the Notre Dame linebacker's talents as the scouting community was, they got a first-hand view of his play-making prowess in the Fighting Irish's regular-season victory over Clemson. He was everywhere, and that was about par for his two years as a contributor on the Notre Dame defense.


Cleveland needs help at the Linebacker position, considering the two players (B.J. Goodson, Malcolm Smith) that took the most snaps at the position are entering Free Agency. He's a versatile player that should fit perfectly on the weak side of this defense. However, the Browns have some fitting options if they choose to go in a different direction. A big receiver like Minnesota's Rashod Bateman would fit nicely, as would a safety like Trevon Moehrig, or one of the edge rushers.

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
27 Baltimore
Alex Leatherwood
Alabama
OT
Reach/Value:
-2
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
312
Alex Leatherwood NFL Draft photo
As the disappointment fades following the divisional-round exit, the Ravens must start to critically reflect on the 2020 season. Thirty NFL teams are now asking themselves 2 burning questions: Why didn't we get to the Super Bowl? What do we have to do to make it next season? The league's most impressive rushing attack couldn't get past the last 8 for the second season running. The Ravens are in a strong position to return to the playoffs in 2021, but falling just short of a trip to the big game cannot be the goal for this team. Obvious statement alert: Mahomes and the Chiefs are beatable, but only if you can score more points than them. So, let's add a third burning question just for the Ravens: Can we outscore the Chiefs with our run-heavy offense?

The usual boxes of uncertainty are already ticked in Baltimore: Excellent Head Coach, check; Franchise Quarterback, cheque please. Lamar Jackson should get paid in the off-season, and deservedly so. Eric DeCosta will have to work out how he can pay his QB in a year where the salary cap is likely to decrease, without hindering the improvement of the roster overall. It's a 'no brainer' to give Lamar his contract now, but DeCosta should keep some money back to improve the receiving corps. I like the thought of adding a veteran wideout, like Allen Robinson or Kenny Golladay, and then selecting another receiver or two in the later rounds of the draft.

If the move to a more expansive passing game is addressed in Free Agency, RD1 of the draft could bring an upgrade to the pass rush or the interior of the O-Line. The Ravens need to get more consistent pressure on opposing QBs in 2021. Re-signing Matt Judon could be difficult given his contract demands, so he likely won't return. The 2021 EDGE class is, unfortunately, underwhelming.

I do, however, like the quality of the O-Linemen that should be available at the back end of RD1. Alex Leatherwood might divide opinion, but give me the versatile, nasty, Alabama Senior to slot in at OG in his rookie year.

- David Payne, DraftTek Senior Analyst

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28 New Orleans
Rashod Bateman
Minnesota
WR
Reach/Value:
+6
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
210
Rashod Bateman NFL Draft photo
While it isn't yet official, it certainly seems like the Saints' legendary signal-caller has played his last snap in the Super Dome. The look on Drew Brees' face as he turned and faced the field one last time after his divisional loss to Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers was clear to me: 'Goodbye, old friend.' While replacing the first-ballot Hall of Fame QB simply won't happen, the Saints have a few options. As Adam Schefter laid out Monday morning, more than half of the starting quarterbacks in the NFL might change between the 2020 and 2021 seasons.

The Saints could look at Matthew Stafford or could throw their hat in the ring for Deshaun Watson, but with the cap situation in New Orleans, I think their 2021 Quarterback is already on their roster and threw one of very few passes over 25 yards in the playoffs for the Saints: Jameis Winston. Drafting a QB is certainly possible as well, and Mac Jones does have some 'distributor' similarities to Drew Brees, but I really believe the Saints' Super Bowl window still exists with their dominant defense.

It makes sense, then, to grab another weapon for Winston and take some of the pressure off of Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas. WR Rashod Bateman is often compared to Michael Thomas, but I believe he is more reminiscent of Justin Jefferson's combination of route nuance and size, which will complement Thomas nicely while offering more size in the red zone, as well.

- Kennedy Paynter, Senior Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
29 Green Bay
Jaylen Waddle
Alabama
WRS
Reach/Value:
+21
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
182
Jaylen Waddle NFL Draft photo
After a decisive victory over the L.A. Rams, Davante Adams quipped that "nobody" could stop the Packers because they could only beat themselves. Not to take anything away from the Bucs, but GB got away from playing their game. The Packers turned the ball over twice (resulting in 14 points), dropped back to pass an astounding 77% of the time, and allowed 21 pressures. The Packers came up short in the "gold zone" twice, going 0 for 6 on pass attempts without attempting a single run inside the 10-yard line. Matt LaFleur's decision to kick a field goal, down eight with just over two minutes remaining, seemed like a shocking departure from his aggressive mentality throughout the season.

The aftermath left a "gutted" Aaron Rodgers, whose quotes on the uncertainty of the upcoming offseason left some wondering whether he would be returning as Green Bay's QB in 2021. According to cap guru Ken Ingalls, the Packers are $34M above the projected cap of $175 million. This creates some questions about whether the Packers can retain free agents like Aaron Jones, Corey Linsley, Jamaal Williams, and Marcedes Lewis. It will also require some business-minded decisions on key contributors like Preston Smith, Christian Kirksey, Rick Wagner, and Dean Lowry.


I've mostly been skeptical that the Packers will add a WR in the early rounds of the draft. Green Bay will return their top four in receiving yards and have Devin Funchess under contract in 2021 for just over $1 million. There are bigger needs on this roster -- until Jaylen Waddle falls into your lap.

With sub-4.4 speed, Waddle might be the most electric playmaker in the Draft. He's averaged 18.9 ypc on 106 career receptions. In 2020, Waddle was adding 10.1 yards after catch per reception. Over his three-year career at Alabama, he scored 17 TDs from scrimmage and added another three as a returner. Waddle could be a threat on routes to all level of the field, in motion, and in the return game. If the No. 8 prospect on our Big Board is there when the Packers pick at #29, GM Brian Gutekunst might hit a 4.37 running this pick up to the podium.

- James Siebers, Packers Analyst
30 Buffalo
Najee Harris
Alabama
RB
Reach/Value:
-4
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
230
Najee Harris NFL Draft photo
"Hey Google! Who was the 2020 leader for the Bills in Yards Per Carry?" "That would be T.J. Yeldon (7.0)." "No, no, no...Google, which Buffalo Bill has the highest yards per game?" "That's Antonio Williams (63)". Google knows it: The Bills are one-dimensional in their offense (By the way, the Chiefs say hi; they out-ran us in Week 6 and out-passed us in the AFC Title Game).


The Bills can usually win by out-passing the opponent (unless one has a broken leg), but when the Bills have tried to run, they come up short. The Bills ran for 9 rushing touchdowns this year if you don't count Josh Allen. Our four RBs, Yeldon, Williams, Singletary, and Moss, combined for 1301 yards this year. Derrick Henry by his lonesome had 2,027. What would the threat of a run mean for play-action? What if that RB was also a receiving threat?

This year, Najee Harris led the SEC in Yards From Scrimmage (1733) and led the NCAA in Rushing TDs (26), even scoring 2 rushing/1 receiving TD in his final game versus #3 Ohio State. His work ethic and determination to be the best sent him back to 'Bama for one more year. Najee is the fastest of the over-230 RBs, with 4.4 speed at 230 pounds. Harris had the second-most Missed Tackles/Touch since 2018 (min 250 rushes) ... Number 2 in 2019 was Devin Singletary, and #3 last year was Zack Moss!

- Dean Kindig
31 Tampa Bay
Jay Tufele
USC
DL3T
Reach/Value:
-10
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
305
Jay Tufele NFL Draft photo
Let's hear it for our 2020 NFC Champ Tampa Bay Buccaneers! A first-ever Super Bowl in their own town, we only wish things were COVID normal so we could experience heights of hometown pandemonium not seen ever. Let me ask you this. Was there ever any doubt that the Bucs would find their way to the title game? I will tell you this much: all the Bucs needed to do was get to the playoffs, and they'd have as good a chance as any NFC team (if not better) to advance. However, I must admit that I had my doubts in the middle of the season that the playoffs would be achieved.

Will Tom Brady retire after this season? I say, "Hell, no!" This is statistically one of his best seasons ever; let the good times roll now that he and his targets are finally getting in sync.

Honestly, Chris Godwin is awesome, but GM Jason Licht knows he cannot be afforded. What a bargain Godwin has been with his $821K salary, but he'll command 15X that with his next team. And really, the Bucs don't need him with all the other weapons currently on the roster. So we're going to remove WR from the RD1 conversation, at least for the time being. If the team starts sniffing around immediate-impact playmakers like Rondale Moore or Jaylen Waddle later on in the draft season, we'll pay attention.


An offensive lineman makes a ton of sense. The Bucs return their fine starting five for 2021, but wheels start to fall off as Donovan Smith, Ryan Jensen, and Alex Kappa hit Free Agency after that. The team has been fortunate with regards to OL injuries in 2020, but the choice of an OT or IOL with this pick makes complete sense to provide a quality reserve in 2021 and continuity into future years.

Interior DL is the pick here though. The team will get Vita Vea back in 2021, but Ndamukong Suh, Rakeem Nunes-Roches, and Steve McLendon all hit the street. "Five gets you ten" that Suh finds his way back onto the 2021 roster, but the Bucs need more talent at the 3-technique. This pick would be easier if Christian Barmore or Daviyon Nixon were available, but in this mock were reaching a little for Jay Tufele. Though some disagree on the "reaching" part, Tufele didn't help his exposure by opting out of the season. A natural for the 3-technique, Tufele is scheme-versatile and can fill the Nose Tackle spot if called upon.
32 Kansas City
Nick Bolton
Missouri
OLB
Reach/Value:
-1
Height:
6'
Weight:
232
Nick Bolton NFL Draft photo
Appearing in his 10th Super Bowl, Tom Brady is overwhelmingly the GOAT at the QB position. However, I have yet to chat up a Chiefs fan who is concerned that KC will not be the victor in Super Bowl LV. The Buccaneer QB (still weird to say that) is in his 21st year in the league and his passes are starting to reflect it. His throws tend to loft --jump balls for his talented receivers to challenge at the high point. His playoff INT rate (2.8) is up and his playoff completion rate (55%) is down since his last trip to the Super Bowl, in which he averaged 2.4 INTs and a 68% passing accuracy. The Buccs are in the game (yes, I'm saying it) because each of the opposing QBs he faced in the NFC bracket lost the game themselves (Rodgers, run the damned ball in!). This championship game will end as a fitting "handing of the torch" from Brady to Patrick Mahomes, who, averaging 3.75 points per drive, is looking like the next GOAT.


Securing Mahomes for the long term, however, has its price. Anthony Hitchens, who is set to earn $10.7 mil in 2021 and $12.7 mil in 2022, has played well. However, his snap count has steadily declined since his joining the Chiefs in Free Agency in 2018. He played 80% of snaps that year; he is now down to 54%. Mizzou's Nick Bolton is an enforcer with great instincts to the ball. He plays all aspects of the game well: run, coverage, and pass rush. His goal-line stands resemble hitting a concrete barricade. He sky-rocketed up draft boards after halting LSU earlier this season. I've been anxiously awaiting for him to drop back down to the Chiefs.

~ KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst

Jacksonville gets LA Rams RD1 pick (Jalen Ramsey trade)

Miami gets Houston RD1 pick (Laremy Tunsil trade)

NY Jets gets Seattle RD1 pick (Jamal Adams trade)

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O/A Rank Pac 12 Conference
Top-30 Players
Psn
2 Penei Sewell
Oregon
OT
40 Alijah Vera-Tucker
USC
OG
41 Jay Tufele
USC
DL3T
44 Paulson Adebo
Stanford
CB
56 Joe Tryon
Washington
EDGE
57 Elijah Molden
Washington
S
59 Jevon Holland
Oregon
S
70 Walker Little
Stanford
OT
75 Amon-Ra St. Brown
USC
WR
86 Hamilcar Rashed
Oregon State
EDGE
89 Levi Onwuzurike
Washington
DL3T
92 Talanoa Hufanga
USC
S
120 Tyler Vaughns
USC
WR
130 Keith Taylor
Washington
CB
136 Olaijah Griffin
USC
CB
144 Deommodore Lenoir
Oregon
CB
147 Isaac Taylor-Stuart
USC
CB
160 Marlon Tuipulotu
USC
DL3T
165 Thomas Graham Jr.
Oregon
CB
176 Camryn Bynum
Cal
CB
178 Jermar Jefferson
Oregon State
RBC
188 Demetric Felton
UCLA
RBC
220 Jack Jones
Arizona St
CB
245 Osa Odighizuwa
UCLA
DL5T
274 Frank Darby
Arizona State
WR
275 Jordon Scott
Oregon
DL1T
276 Drew Dalman
Stanford
OC
291 Michael Saffell
Cal
OC
305 Brady Breeze
Oregon
S
336 Aashari Crosswell
Arizona State
S
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