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Top 100 2015 Pac-12 players 41-50: River Cracraft one of the top receivers in the Pac-12.

We move closer to picking the best Pac-12 player in 2015.

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41. River Cracraft Jr. WR Washington State

Maybe the most-consistent receiver in the Pac-12, Cracraft is a catching machine in Mike Leach's offense. He just needs to regain his mid-2014 form where he had four-straight 100 yard games and caught five touchdowns.

42. Dwayne Washington Jr. RB Washington

Washington came on red hot down the stretch in 2014 as he finished the regular season with three-straight 100 yards games and scored five touchdowns. He is amongst the conference's best at ripping off long touchdown runs.

43. Chad Wheeler Jr. T USC

Wheeler was becoming a star before an injury took him down. I expect him to get right back on track as long as he is healthy.

44. Lowell Lotulelei So. DT Utah

Star's little brother is one his way to becoming a star after a fantastic freshman season. He's a big stout presence in the middle that will keep Utah's run defense tight for years to come.

45. Joe Walker Sr. LB Oregon

Walker is one of those under-the-radar Duck defenders who simply makes plays and doesn't make mistakes. I expect him to have a huge senior year.

46. Remound Wright Sr. RB Stanford

Wright isn't Toby Gerhard, Stepfan Tayler or Tyler Gaffney, but he is a nice big back that does well in the red zone for the Cardinal. I wouldn't be surprised if he has an 1,000-yard season in 2015.

47. Sefo Liufau Jr. QB Colorado

2014 was a coming out party for Liufau as he threw for 3,200 yards and threw 28 touchdowns. He is a huge part of why the Buffs had gotten better the past couple of years.

48. Juju Smith So. WR USC

Smith had a nice freshman year with more than 50 catches, 700 yards and five touchdowns but I feel like he just scratched the surface of what he can do. He should have a huge year with Nelson Agholor out of the way.

49. D.J. Calhoun So. LB Arizona State

Calhoun stepped up for the Sun Devils right away and quickly turned into one of the Pac-12's best young linebackers. He should develop into a first-team All-Pac-12 type linebacker.

50. Kevin Hogan Sr. QB Stanford

Hogan has been one of the more confusing players in recent Pac-12 history. I think Hogan will have another fine year, but still not become a star.