40. Matt Barkley QB USC - Barkley had a disappointing season, but don't forget about how prolific he was throughout his career. He threw for more than 12,000 yards and scored more than 120 touchdowns in his career while leading USC to the only great season they have had since they lost Peter Carroll.
39. Darron Thomas QB Oregon - It's forgotten that Thomas was right there with Andrew Luck as the best quarterback in t he conference in the early 2010s. In two seasons as a starter, he threw for nearly 6,000 yards and 66 touchdowns with just 17 picks while also running for 700 yards and eight more TDs. Oh and the Ducks lost just three games when he was a starter.
38. Kenjon Barner RB Oregon - Another underappreciated Oregon player who put up astounding numbers and rarely lost games. He was LaMichael James' sidekick then a major front man who ran for more than 3,600 yards with 41 touchdowns, had more than 500 yards receiving, seven touchdowns and had two return touchdowns.
37. Brian Price DT UCLA - Price was one of the best UCLA defensive linemen of all-time as the 2009 Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year and two-time first-team all-conference selection. He was incredibly dominant in 2009 with 23.5 tackles for-loss and seven sacks as a defensive tackle.
36. Daymeion Hughes CB Cal - Hughes was a major gamer at Cal, peaking in 2006 when he was an All-American and Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year. He finished his astounding career with 15 interceptions.
35. Jonathan Martin T Stanford - The prototypical Stanford All-American offensive tackle, Martin was polished, strong and a key cog in their brutalizing system which won countless games and Pac-12 championships. A two-time All-American and two-time first-team all-conference selection.
34. Joshua Garnett G Stanford - Garnett was a nice player for the Cardinal in the first few years of his career but absolutely exploded as a senior. He was an All-American and won the Morris and Outland trophies as a senior while leading Stanford to a Rose Bowl championship.
33. Brandin Cooks WR Oregon State - Cooks was the fastest receiver in the conference and a deadly threat as a sophomore and junior who finished his career with more than 3,500 total yards and 26 touchdowns. He was a first-team All-American and won the Biletnikoff Award in 2013.
32. Jordon Dizon LB Colorado - Dizon technically played in the Big 12, but oh did he play in the Big 12. He was a two-time first-team all-conference selection and All-American in 2007 and was the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year. Finished his career with 440 tackles.
31. Bishop Sankey RB Washington - Sankey tore up the conference as a sophomore and junior and carried the Washington offense on his back. He ran for nearly 3,500 yards in those two years and scored 38 touchdowns.