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Final 2016 Pac-12 Perspective NFL mock draft: Three Pac-12 players go in Top 10

One last mock draft with a strictly Pac-12 focus before the 2016 NFL Draft.

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1. Los Angeles - Jared Goff QB Cal - It's been a wild past eight months or so for Goff. He looked like the number one pick early in the 2015, faltered and was labeled as a second or third rounder  who maybe should come back to school by many and now looks like the guaranteed number one pick. It is going to be very fun watching him get the shot to re-establish football in LA as a franchise quarterback.

2. Philadelphia - Carson Wentz QB North Dakota State

3. San Diego - Laremy Tunsil T Mississippi

4. Dallas - Jalen Ramsey S Florida State

5. Jacksonville - Joey Bosa DE Ohio State

6. Baltimore - Myles Jack LB UCLA - Jack could go anywhere between three and seven in my opinion, but I think he will go after Ramsey and Bosa as far as defensive players go. The Ravens will love to have an electric defender like him to help rejuvenate their fierce, but aging defense.

7. San Francisco - DeForest Buckner DE Oregon - The chips could fall perfectly to where Chip Kelly can legitimately draft a Duck and not reach at all for him, maybe actually get a steal. Buckner is by far the best overall value available here and would be an excellent piece to build a defense around.

8. Cleveland - Ezekiel Elliott RB Ohio State

9. Tampa Bay - Vernon Hargreaves CB Florida

10. Giants - Ronnie Stanley T Notre Dame

11. Chicago - Leonard Floyd LB Georgia

12. New Orleans - Sheldon Rankins DT Louisville

13. Miami - Darron Lee LB Ohio State

14. Oakland - William Jackson CB Houston

15. Tennessee - Jack Conklin T Michigan State

16. Detroit - Jarran Reed DT Alabama

17. Atlanta - Shaq Lawson DE Clemson

18. Indianapolis - Taylor Decker T Ohio State

19. Buffalo - Noah Spence DE Eastern Kentucky

20. Jets - Paxton Lynch QB Memphis

21. Washington - Reggie Ragland LB Alabama

22. Houston - Josh Doctson WR TCU

23. Minnesota - Will Fuller WR Notre Dame

24. Cincinnati - LaQuon Treadwell WR Mississippi

25. Pittsburgh - Eli Apple CB Ohio State

26. Seattle - Ryan Kelly C Alabama

27. Green Bay - Andrew Billings DT Baylor

28. Kansas City - Mackensie Alexander CB Clemson

29. Arizona - A'Shawn Robinson DT Alabama

30. Carolina - Jason Spriggs T Indiana

31. Denver - Robert Nkemdiche DE Mississippi

Second Round

32. Cleveland - Michael Thomas WR Ohio State

33. Tennessee - Kendall Fuller CB Virginia Tech

34. Dallas - Vernon Butler DT Louisiana Tech

35. San Diego - Kevin Dodd DE Clemson

36. Baltimore - Artie Burns CB Miami

37. San Francisco - Derrick Henry RB Alabama

38. Jacksonville - Xavien Howard CB Baylor

39. Tampa Bay - Keanu Neal S Florida

40. Giants - Corey Coleman WR Baylor

41. Chicago - Germain Ifedi T Texas A&M

42. Miami - Vonn Bell S Ohio State

43. Tennessee - Tyler Boyd WR Pittsburgh

44. Oakland - Cody Whitehair G Kansas State

45. Tennessee - Jonathan Bullard DE Florida

46. Detroit - Braxton Miller WR Ohio State

47. New Orleans - Emmanuel Ogbah DE Oklahoma State

48. Indianapolis - Darian Thompson S Boise State

49. Buffalo - Karl Joseph S West Virginia

50. Atlanta - Austin Hooper TE Stanford - The Falcons have missed something on offense ever since Tony Gonzalez moved on. Hooper is the most well-rounded tight end in the draft and has the Stanford TE pedigree.

51. Jets - Nick Martin C Notre Dame

52. Houston - Yannick Ngakoue LB Maryland

53. Washington - Kenny Clark DT UCLA - The Redskins need a ton of work on their defense and up front would be a great place to start stockpiling talent. Clark is a massive pocket-crusher who could boost their pass rush and run defense right away.

54. Minnesota - Alex McCalister DE Florida

55. Cincinnati - Jihab Ward DE Illinois

56. Seattle - Austin Johnson DT Penn State

57. Green Bay - Hunter Henry TE Arkansas

58. Pittsburgh - Justin Simmons S Boston College

59. Kansas City - Kyler Fackrell LB Utah State

60. New England - Joshua Garnett G Stanford - The Patriots make a killing snagging players like Garnett who aren't flashy, but get the job done, who for some reason fall in the draft. Garnett is probably the best guard in the draft and could really boost New England's offensive line right away as a polish prospect.

61. New England - Kenneth Dixon RB Louisiana Tech

62. Carolina - Su'a Cravens S USC - Supposedly the Panthers are very interested in Cravens who would be another Shaq Thompson-like versatile LB/S for them. They would get a steal if he is still around this late in the second round.

63. Denver - Connor Cook QB Michigan State