So many Pac-12 talents make the top 5. Let's take a look at them real quick in this latest mock draft from CBS Sports!
1. Marcus Mariota (Oregon QB), St. Louis Rams: The Rams aren't looking too good without a quarterback, and Mariota may be just the player they need this season. Mariota is a great talent who will make all sorts of things happen.
2. Leonard Williams (USC DL), Oakland Raiders: The two top talents in college football could be in the Pac-12. Scouts are high on Williams as an athletic freak who can cause all sorts of trouble and command instant double-teams.
5. Brett Hundley (UCLA QB), Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Another team in vast need of a talent upgrade at quarterback. Hundley could come right in and be plugged in as the QB of the future real fast, although you probably don't want to throw him into the fire immediately.
9. Andrus Peat (Stanford OT), Carolina Panthers: Getting protection for Cam Newton is a huge priority for Carolina, and Peat fits the bill as a sturdy offensive lineman who can carry more of the load.
14. Marcus Peters (Washington CB), Kansas City Chiefs: Kansas City is likely taking a step back this season, and a huge priority will be upgrading their secondary. Grabbing Peters would make a lot of sense.
16. Arik Armstead (Oregon DL), Arizona Cardinals: Armstead has so much raw talent that it makes sense for the Cardinals to get him and throw him into that vaunted defense.
17. Jaelen Strong (ASU WR), Minnesota Vikings: Minnesota has always had Adrian Peterson, but now it's time to upgrade other parts of the offense, particularly the passing game. Strong is just a solid #1 WR threat.
18. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (Oregon CB), Pittsburgh Steelers: Pittsburgh is transitioning into a new era on defense and getting a clutch lockdown player like Ifo would go a long way to securing the backline.
21. Hau'oli Kikaha (Washington DE), Chicago Bears: Chicago's defense isn't very good. Time to upgrade that pass rush!
28. Danny Shelton (Washington DT), New England Patriots: Lucking into a Vince Wilfork replacement would be the most Bill Belichick thing ever.
31. Shaq Thompson (Washington LB), Denver Broncos: Denver is pretty deep everywhere, but they could use some defensive upgrading, and Thompson is a jack of all trades at both linebacker and safety.