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    Final Tally - Pac 12 Draftees - Cal #2

    Southern Cal - 9
    California - 4
    Colorado - 4
    Stanford - 4
    Arizona - 3
    Oregon State - 3
    UCLA - 3
    Utah - 2
    Washington - 2
    Arizona State - 1
    Oregon - 1
    Washington State - 1

    Players by Position Group

    (Round, Overall Pick, Player, Position, Team, College)

    Quarterback
    1 / 8 - Jake Locker, QB - Tennessee / Washington

    Offensive Backfield
    2 / 56 - Shane Vereen, RB - New England / California
    4 / 124 - Owen Marecic, FB - Cleveland / Stanford
    5 / 145 - Jacquizz Rodgers, RB - Atlanta / Oregon State
    6 / 187 - Allen Bradford, RB - Tampa Bay / USC
    7 / 240 - Stanley Havili, FB - Philadelphia / USC

    Receivers
    6 / 167 - Ryan Whalen, WR - Cincinnati / Stanford
    6 / 182 - Ronald Johnson, WR - San Francisco / USC
    4 / 102 - Jordan Cameron, TE - Cleveland / USC
    7 / 227 - Scotty McKnight, WR - New York J - Colorado
    7 / 241 - David Ausberry, WR - Oakland / USC

    Offensive Line
    1 / 9 - Tyron Smith, OT - Dallas / USC
    1 / 17 - Nate Solder, OT - New England / Colorado
    6 / 179 - Caleb Schlauderaff, OG - Green Bay / Utah
    6 / 203 - Zachary Williams, OC - Carolina / Washington State

    Defensive Line
    1 / 24 - Cameron Jordan, DE - New Orleans / California
    2 / 42 - Brooks Reed, DE - Houston / Arizona
    2 / 53 - Stephen Paea, DT - Chicago / Oregon State
    3 / 77 - Jurrell Casey, DT - Tennessee / USC
    3 / 97 - Sione Fua, DT - Carolina / Stanford
    6 / 184 - David Carter, DT - Arizona / UCLA
    6 / 197 - Ricky Elmore, DE - Green Bay / Arizona
    7 / 215 - De'Aundre Reed, DE - Minnesota / Arizona
    7 / 233 - Lawrence Guy, DT - Greeen Bay / Arizona State

    Linebackers
    2 / 39 - Akeem Ayers, OLB - Tennessee / UCLA
    3 / 84 - Mason Foster, ILB - Tampa Bay / Washington
    4 / 116 - Casey Matthews, ILB - Philadelphia / Oregon
    5 / 140 - Gabe Miller, OLB - Kansas City / Oregon State
    6 / 189 - Mike Mohamed, ILB - Denver / California
    7 / 242 - Malcolm Smith, OLB - Seattle / USC

    Defensive Backfield
    1 / 27 - Jimmy Smith, CB - Baltimore / Colorado
    2 / 45 - Rahim Moore, S - Denver / UCLA
    3 / 89 - Shareece Wright, CB - San Diego / USC
    3 / 93 - Christopher Conte, S - Chicago / California
    4 / 118 - Jalil Brown, CB - Kansas City / Colorado
    5 / 139 - Brandon Burton, CB - Minnesota / Utah
    5 / 154 - Richard Sherman, CB - Seattle / Stanford

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    Colorado with two number 1's.

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    Conference Breakdown, where team is by conference affiliation in 2011 (Nebraska = Big Ten, Colorado + Utah = Pac 12)

    [Total, Conference, Picks by Round (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)]

    38 - SEC (10, 2, 8, 4, 4, 3, 7)
    37 - Pac 12 (5, 5, 5, 4, 4, 8, 6)
    36 - Big Ten (7, 4, 2, 6, 6, 7, 4)
    35 - ACC (3, 12, 4, 5, 2, 5, 4)
    22 - Big East (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 3)
    18 - Big 12 (5, 2, 2, 3, 1, 0, 5)
    67 - Non-AQ Qualifiers (1, 6, 10, 9, 12, 7, 22)
    Last edited by ttgiang15; 04-30-2011 at 07:11 PM. Reason: data error; columns in spreadsheet corrupted

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    1BigTroyFan
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    Quote Originally Posted by GB54 View Post
    Colorado with two number 1's.
    Based on past (all time) history Colorado and Utah brings the Pac12 on par with the SEC. The Pac12 is represented really well in the all the draft list.

    The new Big10 is #1 all time with the most players drafted.

    http://drafthistory.com/n_college/college_n.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttgiang15 View Post
    Southern Cal - 9
    California - 4
    Colorado - 4
    Stanford - 4
    Arizona - 3
    Oregon State - 3
    UCLA - 3
    Utah - 2
    Washington - 2
    Arizona State - 1
    Oregon - 1
    Washington State - 1

    Players by Position Group

    (Round, Overall Pick, Player, Position, Team, College)

    Quarterback
    1 / 8 - Jake Locker, QB - Tennessee / Washington

    Offensive Backfield
    2 / 56 - Shane Vereen, RB - New England / California
    4 / 124 - Owen Marecic, FB - Cleveland / Stanford
    5 / 145 - Jacquizz Rodgers, RB - Atlanta / Oregon State
    6 / 187 - Allen Bradford, RB - Tampa Bay / USC
    7 / 240 - Stanley Havili, FB - Philadelphia / USC

    Receivers
    6 / 167 - Ryan Whalen, WR - Cincinnati / Stanford
    6 / 182 - Ronald Johnson, WR - San Francisco / USC
    4 / 102 - Jordan Cameron, TE - Cleveland / USC
    7 / 227 - Scotty McKnight, WR - New York J - Colorado
    7 / 241 - David Ausberry, WR - Oakland / USC

    Offensive Line
    1 / 9 - Tyron Smith, OT - Dallas / USC
    1 / 17 - Nate Solder, OT - New England / Colorado
    6 / 179 - Caleb Schlauderaff, OG - Green Bay / Utah
    6 / 203 - Zachary Williams, OC - Carolina / Washington State

    Defensive Line
    1 / 24 - Cameron Jordan, DE - New Orleans / California
    2 / 42 - Brooks Reed, DE - Houston / Arizona
    2 / 53 - Stephen Paea, DT - Chicago / Oregon State
    3 / 77 - Jurrell Casey, DT - Tennessee / USC
    3 / 97 - Sione Fua, DT - Carolina / Stanford
    6 / 184 - David Carter, DT - Arizona / UCLA
    6 / 197 - Ricky Elmore, DE - Green Bay / Arizona
    7 / 215 - De'Aundre Reed, DE - Minnesota / Arizona
    7 / 233 - Lawrence Guy, DT - Greeen Bay / Arizona State

    Linebackers
    2 / 39 - Akeem Ayers, OLB - Tennessee / UCLA
    3 / 84 - Mason Foster, ILB - Tampa Bay / Washington
    4 / 116 - Casey Matthews, ILB - Philadelphia / Oregon
    5 / 140 - Gabe Miller, OLB - Kansas City / Oregon State
    6 / 189 - Mike Mohamed, ILB - Denver / California
    7 / 242 - Malcolm Smith, OLB - Seattle / USC

    Defensive Backfield
    1 / 27 - Jimmy Smith, CB - Baltimore / Colorado
    2 / 45 - Rahim Moore, S - Denver / UCLA
    3 / 89 - Shareece Wright, CB - San Diego / USC
    3 / 93 - Christopher Conte, S - Chicago / California
    4 / 118 - Jalil Brown, CB - Kansas City / Colorado
    5 / 139 - Brandon Burton, CB - Minnesota / Utah
    5 / 154 - Richard Sherman, CB - Seattle / Stanford
    And how many picks came from the conference champ?
    Shows perhaps the value of scheme in Oregon's case, and lack of a QB in our case.

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    Agree GB .. its a trend that likely will continue along the lines.. there will be skill position players drafted as well as LB and CB's.. these kids who choose to go there for the video game locker rooms and king of the campus treatment will learn that while they may enjoy their collegiate experiences, it won't translate as cleanly to the pro's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petalumabear View Post
    Agree GB .. its a trend that likely will continue along the lines.. there will be skill position players drafted as well as LB and CB's.. these kids who choose to go there for the video game locker rooms and king of the campus treatment will learn that while they may enjoy their collegiate experiences, it won't translate as cleanly to the pro's.
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by petalumabear View Post
    Agree GB .. its a trend that likely will continue along the lines.. there will be skill position players drafted as well as LB and CB's.. these kids who choose to go there for the video game locker rooms and king of the campus treatment will learn that while they may enjoy their collegiate experiences, it won't translate as cleanly to the pro's.
    I think it has more to do with the fact that Oregon was relatively young. They will have more players drafted next year than we will for sure. They might have a Heisman winner if Luck has a bad year.

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