Alright, the 2016 is on the way and we are here to count down the Pac-12's Top 50 players heading into the season yet again.
Before we get started, here are some players who just missed the cut...
Dakota Prukop Sr. QB Oregon, Troy Williams Jr. QB Utah, Max Browne Jr. QB USC, Ryan Burns Sr. QB Stanford, Nate Phillips Sr. WR Arizona, Michael Rector Sr. WR Stanford, Cole Madison Jr. T Washington State, Toa Lobendahn Jr. C USC, Phillip Lindsay So. RB Colorado, D.J. Calhoun Jr. LB Arizona State
50. Casey Tucker Jr. T Stanford- Let's get it started with the next player who has the potential to be an All-American lineman at Stanford.
49. Marcus Rios Sr. CB UCLA - An honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection in 2015, Rios led the Bruins in pass break ups was third in tackles and is a rangy corner which can shut down his side.
48. Damien Mama Jr. G USC - The massive (6'4 355) blue chip recruit came into his own as a sophomore starter. He is one of the best interior lineman maulers in the conference and a returning honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection.
47. Shay Fields Jr. WR Colorado - One of the biggest recruits to sign with Colorado in recent years, Fields showed his worth in 2015 by having nearly 600 yards receiving and four touchdowns while missing a few games. He particularly exploded against the Arizona schools and could take the next step next year.
46. Sefo Liufau Sr. QB Colorado - Hopefully the Pac-12's most-experienced quarterback will play in 2015 instead of redshirting to recover from a 2015 injury. If he plays, he is a proven dual-threat QB who could lead Colorado to their best season in years if he keeps progressing.
45. Anu Solomon Jr. QB Arizona - Solomon has had an up-and-down first two years in the Pac-12 but has overall put up good numbers and could be deadly in RichRod's attack if he progresses just a little bit more. I think he will show at least a little more consistency in 2016 and end up being one of the conference's best QBs.
44. Justin Davis Sr. RB USC - Davis lost a lot of carries to Ronald Jones in 2015, but still ran for almost 1,000 yards. He will split with Jones in 2016, but will assuredly make the most of them and could test 1,000 yards again in 2016.
43. River Cracraft Sr. WR Washington State - Cracraft has been a consistent and steady target for the Cougars the past three years, amassing more than 150 receptions, nearly 2,000 yards and 15 touchdowns. He is sure to see his targets rise in 2015 with Dom Williams graduated and Gabe Marks drawing a ton of attention.
42. Chidobe Awuzie Sr. CB Colorado - Awuzie was a gem on the Buff defense, earning second-team all-conference honors in 2015. He did everything in the defensive backfield and finished with nearly 90 tackles with more than 10 tackles-for-loss and more than 10 pass break-ups.
41. Jordan Villamin Jr. WR Oregon State - Villamin is far and away the best player on the Beavers. A 6'5 230 defensive nightmare, he had 660 yards receiving and five touchdowns in 2015.