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

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 ConquestChronicles.com, RuleOfTree.com, CaliforniaGoldenBlogs.com and BruinsNation.com 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 defense, and see if they should be the highest-rated player.

Left End — it’s Stanford’s Thomas Booker edging out UCLA’s Osa Odighizuwa

Right End — Mustafa Johnson is not only the top here but the second highest-rated RE in the game and beats out USC’s Jay Tufele

Defensive Tackle — second-highest once again belongs to the Pac-12 as Washington’s Levi Onwuzurike takes the spot here

Left Outside Linebacker — Cameron Goode is the man in Berkeley

Middle Linebacker — Colin Schooler came the closest to topping Dylan Moses from Alabama

Right Outside Linebacker — a big 2019 gets Hamical Rashed some love

Cornerback — Paulson Adebo looks like he got some 2018 love with his ratings

Free Safety — Malik Antoine is primed for a big year

Strong Safety — Yeah, no question here, but is worth noting that Elijah Molden finds his way to strong safety as well

Kicker — Was there any question here either?

Punter — surprisingly it’s not Matt Turk (although he hasn’t been put back in the game yet, ha!)

So there they are — all the spots on defense. 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!