Analyzing likely replacements for 2014 Pac-12 draft picks


The Pac-12 had 34 players selected, third-most among the conferences.

Every Pac-12 school had at least one player selected and defending conference champion Stanford led the way with six picks. There were just three first-rounders from out West, a small number that figures to increase in 2015 given the abundance of talent in the league that returned to school.

Here's a look at every Pac-12 draft pick this year and who's in line to replace that player this fall.


RB Ka'Deem Carey

CB Shaquille Richardson

OLB Marquis Flowers

Arizona State

DT Will Sutton

OLB Carl Bradford

RB Marion Grice


TE Richard Rodgers

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ILB Khairi Fortt


WR Paul Richardson


WR Josh Huff

RB De'Anthony Thomas

DE Taylor Hart

CB Terrance Mitchell

Oregon State

WR Brandin Cooks

DE Scott Crichton


OLB Trent Murphy

OT Cameron Fleming

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OG David Yankey

FS Ed Reynolds

RB Tyler Gaffney

DE Ben Gardner


OLB Anthony Barr

OG Xavier Su'a-Filo

DE Cassius Marsh

WR Shaq Evans

ILB Jordan Zumwalt


WR Marqise Lee

C Marcus Martin

OLB Devon Kennard


CB Keith McGill

OLB Trevor Reilly


TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins

RB Bishop Sankey

Washington State

SS Deone Bucannon

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