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New Pac-12 rosters in NCAA Football 14 have been released — offense

That’s right — 2020 rosters are here — and it’s Video Game Week at SB Nation, how perfect

As we mentioned yesterday, we’ve got brand new, 2020 updated rosters for the now-seven-year-old EA Sports NCAA Football 14 video game. We’re ditching the previous season that we started that we tried to recreate the 2019 season with, and going forward into the future.

We’re taking a look at things over on,, and more specifically for USC, Stanford, Cal and UCLA — so here we’ll do things a bit differently.

Below are the highlighted players of the ‘best overall player’ at the position, per the roster updating team. There may be some issues and may be some things that need to be cleaned up. This is where you come in handy. Take a look at these positions on offense, and see if they should be the highest-rated player.

We’ll start at the top where Jake Bentley, transferring from South Carolina to Utah, is the highest-rated quarterback as of right now.

Kedon Slovis and Davis Mills are right behind Bentley at 87 overall.

At running back, Max Borghi is the highest-rated of the lot and the ninth-highest overall.

Tyler Vaughns tops the conference’s wide receivers, narrowly edging out his teammate Amon-Ra St. Brown.

Brant Kuithe is the lone tight end to be highly represented from the conference.

This one’s a bit interesting to me to see Walker Little at 99 overall right next to Penei Sewell. This is one that likely gets changed and drops Little a bit to showcase just how difficult it is to be a 99 overall and something that Sewell has more than earned.

Luke Wattenberg is the highest-rated left guard and likely for good reason.

Colorado’s Colby Pursell is the highest-rated center, narrowly edging Stanford’s Drew Dalman.

Josh Watson is the highest-rated right guard as he anchors one of the best right sides of any offensive line in the country.

No doubt here that Abraham Lucas gets the nod as the highest-rated right tackle.

So there they are — all the spots on offense. If you have any complaints — or any specific player requests to see what their overalls are — drop a comment below and let me know. We’ll answer them all as they come!