Ducks, Beavs & Other Pac-12 Players Who Could Be Drafted Friday Night in NFL Draft

The Pac-12 saw just three players drafted last night in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. For comparison, the SEC had an NFL Draft opening-round record 15 players drafted.

With the second and third rounds of the draft tonight, starting at 4 p.m. PT on ESPN and NFL Network, we scoured through ESPN’s Best Remaining list and gave you the Pac-12 players who could be drafted tonight (through top 64 remaining). Also, we’ve got the full list of “best remaining” Pac-12 players through 274 players listed from all around college football.

ESPN’s Best Remaining Players (Oregon/Oregon State in Bold)

17. Michael Pittman, Jr. – USC Wide Receiver

18. Jaylon Johnson – Utah Cornerback

27. Jacob Eason – Washington Quarterback

28. Zack Moss – Utah Running Back

30. Laviska Shenault, Jr. – Colorado Wide Receiver

38. Devin Asiasi – UCLA Tight End

40. Ashtyn Davis – Cal Safety

42. Trey Adams – Washington Offensive Tackle

44. Terrell Burgess – Utah Safety

47. Troy Dye – Oregon Outside Linebacker

55. Hunter Bryant – Washington Tight End

Obviously, teams can decide to go “against” the experts grades, so here is all the Pac-12 players ESPN has ranked (as of Friday morning) as “Best Available” through 274 more players.

74. Bradley Anae – Utah Defensive End

85. Colby Parkinson – Stanford Tight End

91. Darnay Holmes – UCLA Cornerback

114. Nick Harris – Washington Center

119. Leki Fotu – Utah Defensive Tackle

123. Anthony Gordon – Washington State Quarterback

133. Davion Taylor – Colorado Outside Linebacker

134. Joshua Kelley – UCLA Running Back

148. Eno Benjamin – Arizona State Running Back

151. Juwan Johnson – Oregon Wide Receiver

155. Isaiah Hodgins – Oregon State Wide Receiver

161. Julian Blackmon – Utah Safety

162. Salvon Ahmed – Washington Running Back

168. Dezmon Patmon – Washington State Wide Receiver

172. Jake Luton – Oregon State Quarterback

183. John Penisini – Utah Defensive Tackle

189. J.J. Taylor – Arizona Running Back

196. Steven Montez – Colorado Quarterback

202. Calvin Throckmorton – Oregon Offensive Tackle

208. Shane Lemieux – Oregon Offensive Guard

210. Aaron Fuller – Washington Wide Receiver

215. Evan Weaver – Cal Inside Linebacker

235. Tyler Huntley – Utah Quarterback

240. Myles Bryant – Washington Cornerback

251. Casey Toohill – Stanford Defensive End

255. Javelin Guidry – Utah Cornerback

263. Michael Turk – Arizona State Punter

264. Francis Bernard – Utah Inside Linebacker

265. Jacob Breeland – Oregon Tight End

266. JJ Molson – UCLA Kicker

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