31. Mike Bercovici Sr. QB Arizona State
It is a big adjustment to go from sometimes starter to full-time starter, but I expect Bercovici to handle it well. I think the Sun Devil offense might even take a step forward with a better pure passer like Bercovici and he ends up being the conference's top QB not named Kessler or Goff.
32. Eddie Vanderdoes Jr. DE UCLA
Vanderdoes hasn't quite developed into the All-American that many expected, but I expect him to at least turn into an All-Pac-12 player in 2015. He simply has too many elite physical intangibles not to turn into a major playmaker in the Pac-12.
33. Hunter Dimick Jr. DE Utah
Dimick is the next star developing along the Utah defensive line. He quietly had 10 sacks in 2014.
34. Blake Martinez Sr. LB Stanford
The Cardinal lost a ton of familiar faces on their defenses the past couple of seasons, but Martinez is still around. He was a stalwart for the Cardinal last year and will now step up into one of the leadership roles.
35. Adoree Jackson So. CB USC
Jackson burst onto the scene as a freshman and now could be the conference's best cornerback as just a sophomore. He is also a major factor as a part-time receiver and big-time return man.
36. Alex Redmond Jr. G UCLA
Redmond has been a stud since he started playing for the Bruins and has quickly turned into one of the conference's best guards.
37. Caleb Benenoch Jr. T UCLA
Another UCLA offensive lineman that had to prove himself quickly who has turned into a standout.
38. Vi Teofilo Sr. G Arizona State
Teofilo rounds out one of the best interior offensive lines in the country along with center Nick Kelly and guard Christian Westerman.
39. Kenny Lawler Jr. WR Cal
Will now be Jared Goff's number target with Chris Harper off to the NFL. Lawyer had 700 yards and caught nine touchdowns in 2014.
40. Anu Solomon So. QB Arizona
He may have stumbled down the stretch last season, but hey... he was a freshman. I expect him to start turning into a star as a sophomore.