1. JuJu Smith-Schuster Jr. USC - Smith-Schuster has top overall draft pick talent and All-American production as he had nearly 1,500 yards receiving in 2015 and scored 10 touchdowns. I expect him to see even more production in 2016.
2. Gabe Marks Sr. Washington State - I was shocked when Marks came back for his five year as he made a huge statement as a junior with 15 touchdown catches and more than 1,100 yards receiving. He is unstoppable in Washington State's air raid offense as a phenomenal route runner with soft hands.
3. Darren Carrington Jr. Oregon - We have barely gotten to see Carrington since he exploded in the 2015 Rose Bowl since he was suspended for a handful of games afterward, but he is as dangerous of a receiver as the conference has. The rangy playmaker might be harder to stop downfield than any other receiver in the Pac-12.
4. Tim White Sr. Arizona State - White is a lightning fast special teams star who quietly put up a ton of numbers at receiver as well last year. He caught eight touchdowns in 2015, two of them coming in the Cactus Bowl.
5. Jordan Villamin Jr. Oregon State - Villamin has tight end size at 6'5 230, but elite wide receiver skills. He had more than 600 yards receiving and five touchdowns in 2015 and could have a lot more in 2016 if the Beavers improve at quarterback.
6. Shay Fields Jr. Colorado - Fields stepped up as the number two to Nelson Spruce in 2015 with nearly 600 yards receiving in 2015 while missing a few games. He should progress into Colorado's number one option in 2016.
7. River Cracraft Sr. Washington State - Cracraft was actually a little bit less productive as a junior than as a sophomore with Gabe Marks returning, but he should be right back near 1,000 yards receiving and 10 touchdowns with Dom Williams graduated. He already has more than 2,000 yards receiving in his career.
8. Nate Phillips Sr. Arizona - Phillips is a small playmaker who can stretch the field who could become one of the top receivers in the Pac-12 if Anu Solomon progresses. He has nearly 1,500 yards receiving and 10 touchdowns in his career.
9. Michael Rector Sr. Stanford - Rector is a longtime veteran in the Stanford system and is coming off his best season as a Cardinal. This will be his second year as the go-to receiver in Palo Alto and he has nearly 1,200 yards in his career and 12 touchdown catches.
10. Dwayne Stanford Sr. Oregon - Like Cracraft, Phillips and Rector, Stanford is a veteran who has been up and down with the Ducks who should slide in as the number two receiver beside Carrington. He has more than 1,000 yards and 11 touchdown catches in the past two seasons.
11. Victor Bolden Sr. Oregon State - Bolden is the small playmaker who accompanies Villamin and is one of the most-proven receivers in the conference. He has more than 1,100 yards receiving the past two seasons and 11 touchdown catches and has also ran for more than 300 yards.
12. Steven Mitchell Jr. USC - The Trojans really need a secondary threat to Smith-Schuster and Mitchell could be that guy as a smaller, route-runner type receiver. He flashed his potential as a sophomore with 335 yards and four touchdowns.