Each week, we will be counting down to the top Pac-12 player in 2015. To get things started, here is 51-100 with the first 10 highlighted with recaps.
51. Justin Davis Jr. RB USC
He has rushed for nearly 1,000 yards and scored 10 touchdowns in his first two years and with Javorious Allen gone it could be his time to shine. A slashing back who can catch the ball out of the backfield well, it will be exciting to see what he can do as a more featured back.
52. Vernon Adams Sr. QB Oregon
The hardest guy to peg in the entire conference. Adams could seriously be a Top 10 Pac-12 player based on what we have seen him do to Oregon State and Washington, but he also might not even win the starting job, so who the hell knows.
53 . Sidney Jones So. CB Washington
Budda Baker seems to get the buzz as Washington's budding star at defensive back, but I think Jones looked even better as a freshman. He has the potential to follow Desmond Trufant and Marcus Peters as the next lockdown cornerback at Washington.
54. Budda Baker So. S Washington
Baker started for the Huskies from about day one as a true freshman and is maybe the fastest safety in the conference. It sounds like Baker is going to be using some of that speed on offense as well in 2015.
55. Dom Williams Sr. WR Washington State
Williams has simply been a consistent force for Mike Leach the past three years with more than 1,700 yards receiving and 19 touchdowns and his impact should go up with Vince Mayle off to the NFL.
56. Alex Balducci Sr. DT Oregon
Arik Armstead and DeForest Buckner may have been the stars on the Duck defensive line last year, but Balducci was the consistent rock in the middle.
57. Tre Madden Sr. RB USC
Another hard player to peg, Madden was a great receiving back in 2013 who had nearly 1,000 total yards and scored seven touchdowns, but missed all of 2014 with a lingering injury.
58. Christian French Sr. LB Oregon
French will be stepping into Tony Washington's big linebacker pass rusher role and should do just fine as he had 6.5 sacks in 2014.
59. Victor Bolden Jr. WR Oregon State
Bolden is a lightning bolt at 5'9 170 that makes a ton of catches, but needs to score some more touchdowns before he can crack the Top 50.
60. Zach Hoffpauir Sr. S Stanford
One of the last familiar tough guy faces remaining on the Stanford defense, Hoffpauir is an enforcing presence at the back of the Stanford defense. *Notice Hoffpauir recently left to play professional baseball.
61. Josh Tupou Jr. DT Colorado *Note, Tupou was recently dismissed from Colorado.
62. Bralon Addison Jr. WR Oregon
63. Jordan Simone Sr. S Arizona State
64. Chris Borrayo Jr. G Cal
65. Scott Queesenberry Jr. G UCLA
66. Stephen Anderson Sr. TE Cal
67. Austin Hooper Jr. TE Stanford
68. Devon Allen So. WR Oregon
69. Luke Falk So. QB Washington State
70. Samajie Grant Jr. WR Arizona
71. Michael Barton Jr. LB Cal
72. Salamo Fiso Jr. LB Arizona State
73. Toa Lobendahn So. G USC
74. Viane Talamaivao So. G USC
75. Antwaun Woods Sr. DT USC
76. Darren Carrington So. WR Oregon
77. Dexter Charles Sr. G Washington
78. Jaleel Wadood So. S UCLA
79. Jeremiah Allison Jr. LB Washington State
80. Kevon Seymour Sr. CB USC
81. Travis Wilson Sr. QB Utah
82. Jeff Lockie Jr. QB Oregon
83. Kweishi Brown Sr. CB Arizona State
84. Demario Richard So. RB Arizona State
85. Laiu Moeakiola Jr. LB Arizona State
86. Lamar Dawson Sr. LB USC
87. Deon Hollins Jr. LB UCLA
88. Kenny Young So. LB UCLA
89. Peter Kalambayi Jr. LB Stanford
90. Tyrell Crosby So. T Oregon
91. Cameron Hunt Jr. G Oregon
92. Khalfani Muhammad Jr. RB Cal
93. Christian Powell Sr. RB Colorado
94. Dwayne Stanford Jr. WR Oregon
95. Jordan Villamin So. WR Oregon State
96. Joe Dahl Sr. T Washington State
97. Tahaan Goodman Jr. S UCLA
98. Rodney Hardrick Sr. LB Oregon
99. Travin Feeney Sr. LB Washington
100. Reggie Daniels Jr. S Oregon