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Six versatile Pac-12 players make Paul Hornung watch list

Who’s the most versatile player in the Pac?

NCAA Football: Oregon at Southern California Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Pac-12 has some of the most versatile players in the nation. Let’s take a look at the six that made the Paul Hornung watch list.

Arizona State Sun Devils running back Kalen Ballage: Ballage is one of the most productive offensive players in college football, and can also return if needed.

Colorado Buffaloes fullback/defensive end George Frazier: Colorado’s captain could play two ways on both offense and defense.

Washington State Cougars running back Jamal Morrow: Morrow has been an excellent kick returner for Wazzu and has broken out as a solid runner.

Oregon Ducks wide receiver Charles Nelson: Nelson has been an awesome wideout but has made his name with spectacular returns.

Washington Huskies wide receiver Dante Pettis: Pettis is likely to be the most productive receiver in the conference, but expect some monumental returns.

California Golden Bears running back Tre Watson: Watson can return kicks and could be the feature Cal rusher.