Which Pac-12 draft prospect do you think could be a sleeper pick who goes later in the draft but has a good NFL career?
Jack Follman, Pacific Takes: I think Matt Scott was really underrated last year and if he ends up on the right team, like the Chip Kelly Eagles, he could really excel. He is a great dual-threat player that has size, toughness and savvy.
Gekko Mojo, UW Dawg Pound: Hard to make a call on this as "sleeper" is a two part formula that is part the player and part the situation (think about Brandon Browner in Seattle). Not knowing where he will end up, I have to think Kenjon Barner is going find success where ever he lands. He's versatile, he's fast, and he has a great work ethic. As an Oregon RB, he's probably gotten too much of a rap as a "system RB" and not getting enough credit for what he is able to do.