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Cal RB Daniel Lasco picked 237th by New Orleans Saints

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Lasco is one of the more decorated running backs in Cal history. Last season he broke into the top ten for rushing yards in school history and made one hell of an impression at the NFL combine.

Washington RB Dwayne Washington drafted 236th by Detroit Lions

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After leading the Huskies in rushing attempts in 2014 with 132 carries, the 6-2, 219 lb. Washington began the 2015 season atop UW's depth chart but quickly yielded that spot to true freshman Myles Gaskin. Despite finishing the year with just 47 carries, Washington was nonetheless an integral part of the offense as a pass blocker and check-down receiver, finishing the season with 25 receptions for 315 yards and tying the team lead for receiving touchdowns with three.

UCLA TE Thomas Duarte picked 231st by Miami Dolphins

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Duarte was one of the top receiving tight ends in the draft. In his time at UCLA, Duarte got better each year and he led UCLA with 10 touchdowns and ranked 17th in the nation. He had three 100-yard receiving games while catching 53 passes for 872 yards.

ASU WR Devin Lucien picked 225th by New England Patriots

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Lucien spent just one season with the Sun Devils after transferring from Pac-12 rival UCLA following the 2014 season. He started 10 games for ASU this past season, catching 66 passes for 1,075 yards and eight touchdowns.

UCLA LB Aaron Wallace picked by Tennessee Titans

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Aaron had a breakout senior season at UCLA. He ranked 5th in the Pac-12 in sacks as he became a starter for the first time. He also made 65 tackes including 12.5 tackles for loss. And, his best football is still ahead of him as he re-unites with former UCLA Defensive Coordinator Lou Spanos who is the Titans LB Coach.

Arizona DB Will Parks picked 219th by Denver Broncos

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With Scooby Wright out for most of the 2015 season, Parks led the Arizona Wildcats in tackles, totaling 76 in 13 games, seven of those for loss.

Washington LB Travis Feeney picked 220th by Pittsburgh Steelers

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An on-again, off-again starter since his redshirt freshman year, the 6-4, 226 lb. Feeney capitalized on his move to the BUCK linebacker position in 2015 by tallying 17.5 tackles for loss and 8.0 sacks (both third in the conference). His four shoulder surgeries had reportedly taken a toll on his draft stock, but the Steelers were apparently sufficiently enamored with Feeney's second-team all-Pac-12 designation as well as his best-among-linebackers 4.50-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine to decide to roll the dice on him.

USC DB Kevon Seymour picked by Buffalo Bills with 218th pick

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A three-year contributor in the Trojans' defensive backfield, Seymour, a senior entrant in the draft, finished his USC career with 127 tackles, three interceptions, 18 defended passes, and a sack. He possesses more than enough athleticism to interest the Bills this late in the draft, coming in at a half-inch shy of 6'0" and 186 pounds, with 4.39-second 40-yard dash speed (with a 1.55-second 10-yard split), a 10'4" broad jump, and a 35-inch vertical jump.

Stanford OT Kyle Murphy drafted 200th by Green Bay Packers

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The Green Bay Packers drafted Stanford Tackle Kyle Murphy in the 6th Round, the 200th pick overall. Murphy is the second Stanford offensive lineman taken in the 2016 draft. The San Francisco 49ers surprised some folks when they traded up to take Joshua Garnett in the first round Thursday night. Murphy joins his Stanford teammate Blake Martinez who was also selected by the Packers in this draft.

Cal WR Trevor Davis picked by Green Bay Packers

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Trevor Davis, one of the Bears most consistent contributors, heads to the NFL after being picked by the Green Bay Packers. Trevor Davis arrived at Cal as a transfer from Hawaii and immediately became one of the Bears biggest downfield threats. Davis owned kickoff return duties as well as responsibilities as one of the many targets of Jared Goff throughout his time in Berkeley. Davis is one of Todd McShay's standouts as he felt he stood out the most when watching Jared's tape.