41. Troy Dye So. LB Oregon
Dye was the lone bright spot on Oregon’s defense last year. The 6’4 225 athlete has the ability to do a little bit of everything and size to make plays in the backfield.
42. Toa Lobendahn Jr. C USC
Lobendahn is as talented and skilled as any lineman in the conference, but he just can’t stay healthy. He’s a first-team All-Pac-12-level player if he can get healthy.
43. Justin Reid Jr. S Stanford
A versatile safety who had four tackles for-loss in 2016, but also seven pass break-ups to go along with 57 tackles. Looks to be Stanford’s next great safety who racks up tackles and protects the back end.
44. Justin Herbert So. QB Oregon
Herbert looked like a young Marcus Mariota as a 6’6 220 freshman with wheels. It’s scary to think what he will do next year with a more-experienced offensive line and another off-season of polish.
45. Steven Montez So. QB Colorado
Montez was deadly when he stepped in for the injured Sefo Liufau. The play at quarterback never dropped off. He should give defenses headaches as the full time starter in 2017 with his dual-threat skills.
46. Demitris Robertson So. WR Cal
Stepped up huge when Chad Hansen went down. Quietly is one of the most-productive receivers returning in the conference and that’s not just because of the Bear Raid.
47. Tavares Martin Jr. Jr. WR Washington State
Ready to breakout now that Gabe Marks and River Cracraft are gone. Long and athletic, he has the explosive potential the Cougars haven’t had in a number one WR in a while.
48. Deontay Burnett Jr. WR USC
Poised to become the next star USC receiver. He was unstoppable in the Rose Bowl with 13 receptions for 164 yards and three scores.
49. Filipo Mokofisi Sr. DT Utah
Just another stud up front on the Utah Defense. He had nearly 50 tackles, eight tackles for-loss and five sacks in 2016 while earning honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors.
50. Kaleb McGary Jr. T Washington
Husky tackle Trey Adams is the star, but McGary is on the verge of being a major standout himself. The 6’7 310 right tackle has the length, range and nasty to turn into a first or second-team All-Pac-12 standout in 2017.
Chad Hansen Jr. S Utah
Alijah Holder Sr. CB Stanford
D.J. Calhoun Sr. LB Arizona State
Peter Kalambayi Sr. LB Stanford
Kevin Palma Sr. LB Stanford
Joey Alfieri Sr. LB Stanford
Darren Carrington II Sr. WR Oregon
N’Keal Harry So. WR Arizona State
Gerrad Kough Sr. G Colorado
Cole Madison Sr. T Washington State