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Top Pac-12 2019 NFL Draft prospects: Washington’s Trey Adams, Taylor Rapp and Jacob Eason ones to watch

A very early look at the Pac-12’s best 2019 NFL Draft prospects

  1. Trey Adams Sr. T Washington - Adams was possibly a Top 5 pick in 2018 if he hadn’t injured his knee halfway through the 2017 season. He’s 6’8 330 with basketball athleticism and could go as high as number one overall in 2019.

2. Taylor Rapp Jr. S Washington - Rapp is sneaky good in that his range and coverage skills keep a lot of balls from even being thrown in his territory. He’s also an excellent pass rusher with solid safety size.

3. Jacob Eason Jr. QB Washington - The former top QB recruit in the nation has to sit out 2018, but has a rare arm, great size and proved himself in the SEC as a true freshman. There has to a remote chance he just practices at Washington in 2018 and declares for the 2019 draft given his raw skills.

4. N’Keal Harry Jr. WR Arizona State - Harry’s almost a throwback to those Mike/Reggie Williams big Pac-12 receivers with speed. He’s huge and has proven he can rack up catches and yardage at the college level already.

5. Bryce Love Sr. RB Stanford - I’m shocked that Love came back for another year of college because there isn’t really much left for him to prove. He’s a borderline first round pick in 2019.

6. Caleb Wilson Jr. TE UCLA - Wilson was exploding in 2017, before he got hurt. He is a legit first round prospect if he can stay healthy in 2018.

7. Cameron Smith Sr. LB USC - Would have been one of the top inside linebackers in the 2018 draft, if he declared. He’s back though and has great size and is a proven team leader.

8. Iman Marshall Sr. CB USC - Another prospect who would have been a decent 2018 draft pick had he declared. He has all he needs to be a Top 15 pick with his size, he just needs to have a consistent senior season.

9. Porter Gustin Sr. DE USC - Gustin is a 6’5 265 killer on the edge who was injured in 2017. He’s a first-team All-Pac-12 talent with ideal NFL size.

10. Kaden Smith Jr. TE Stanford - Just another stud Stanford TE. He has great size and pass-catching skills. A polished product for the next level just going into his third year of college.

11. Kaleb McGary Sr. T Washington - The other 6’8 tackle at Washington. He has a lot of the same skills as Adams, but less stock since he is a right tackle.

12. Troy Dye Jr. LB Oregon - Dye is rangy with athleticism and the ability to get to the quarterback. His NFL stock is limitless.

Nate Herbig Jr. G Stanford - The massive guard made first-team All-Pac-12 as a sophomore and is poised for an All-American and NFL future.

Jake Hanson Jr. C Oregon

Justin Herbert Jr. QB Oregon

Nate Herbig Jr. G Stanford

Jordan Miller Sr. CB Washington

Marvell Tell III Sr. S USC