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The 100 best Pac-12 players of the past 10 years - 90-81: Jonathan Stewart makes appearances

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We continue our countdown of the Pac-12's Top 100 players of the past 10 seasons.

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We continue our countdown of the Pac-12's best players of the past 10 years.

Part I

90. Andy Levitre G Oregon State - One of the best offensive lines to ever play at Oregon State. He was an All-American and first-team all-conference selection.

89. Xavier Su'a-Filo G UCLA - A two-time first-team all-conference selection and All-American who was the best guard in the conference multiple years.

88. Syd'Quan Thompson CB Cal - Shaq Thompson's older brother was a star before he was even a blue chip high school recruit. Thompson was a two-time first-team All-Pac-12 selection who finished his career with more than 250 tackles and seven interceptions.

87. Nick Perry DE USC - Perry was a nightmare off the edge for the Trojans for three years. He finished his career with more than 20 sacks and was a perpetual pest for Pac-12 quarterbacks and tackles.

86. Brandon Gibson WR Washington State - Gibson was a major gamer as a Cougar, regularly coming through in the clutch. He finished his career with more than 2,700 yards receiving with 17 touchdowns and was a first-team all-conference selection in 2007.

85. Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State - Wheaton is right there with Gibson at nearly 1,000 yards with a whole lot of touchdowns and honors in his college career.

84. Devontae Booker RB Utah - Booker made the most out of his two years in the Pac-12. He carried the Utah offense  on his back during their recent renaissance and racked up more than 2,700 yards and 20 touchdowns in two seasons.

83. Tyler Gaffney RB Stanford - Gaffney was a nice depth back for Stanford early in his career and actually left the program to play baseball for he came back for one more year in 2013 and exploded. He ran for more than 1,700 yards and 20 touchdowns in 2013 while leading the Cardinal to the Rose Bowl as an All-American and all-conference selection.

82. Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon - Stewart was a solid back in his first season who exploded when Chip Kelly showed up in Eugene in 2007 where he ran for more than 1,700 yards and more than 10 touchdowns.

81. Deone Bucannon S Washington State - Bucannon became a monster as a senior as one of the nation's hardest hitters who earned first-team All-American and all-conference honors. He finished his career with 15 interceptions and nearly 400 tackles.