Despite NCAA sanctions the Trojans keep rolling along and presently possess three underclassmen that grade as first round picks.  Utah enters their inaugural season in the conference with some rebuilding to do while Washington offers one of the more underrated prospects you’ll find on the defensive line.  Washington State?  They’re just tough to watch.


Round Full Name Pos # Yr Comments
1stMatt KalilT754JrDominant left tackle prospect with terrific size as well as upside. Blocks with solid fundamentals, makes great use of body positioning as well as blocking angles. Shows THE ability to take out linebackers on the second level. Lacks classic footwork and rumbles around the field Yet understands the position and gets the job done. Early pick in the near future as we hear he will enter the 2012 draft.
1stMatt BarkleyQB73JrAccurate quarterback prospect that has the ability to make most of the passes. Lacks classic pocket passer size but has enough ability to start the next level.
1-2T.J. McDonaldS273JrExplosive safety that quickly comes up the field and aggressively defends the run while also showing outstanding ball skills in coverage. Effective over the slot receiver and fast out to the sidelines making plays on the ball.
3rdDaJohn HarrisDT985SrStrong, tough defensive tackle that’s almost impossible to move off the point. Underrated.
4thWes HortonDE964JrAthletic college pass rusher that shows skill up the field.
4thChris GalippoILB545SrSmart, instinctive linebacker that does a great job reading and diagnosing the action and properly positioning himself. Lacks great speed in pursuit and struggles making plays out to the flanks.
5thNick PerryDE84JrUndersized college defensive end that shows good pass rush skills and speed up the field. Has the movement skills and ability to get looks as a 34 outside linebacker.
5thMarc TylerRB265SrCreative, elusive ball carrier that displays the ability to find the cutback lanes and quickly get through them. Makes defenders miss and can avoid piles yet lacks strength in his running and often brought down by the first defender at the initial point of contact.
6-7Devon KennardOLB423JrAthletic prospect that’s been used at middle linebacker but moves to defensive end this season. Fast and smooth moving about the field but has questionable instincts.
7thRhett EllisonTE405SrHard-working tight end with no single outstanding aspect to his game.
FAKhaled HolmesG784Jr
FAArmond ArmsteadDT944SrRelatively athletic defensive end that displays the ability to make plays in every direction of the field. Flashes skill but needs a lot more consistency to his game.
FAMarshall JonesS275Sr
FAChristian TupouDT445SrStrong interior defensive tackle coming off a knee injury which kept him on the sidelines in 2010.


Rnd Full Name Pos # Yr Comments
4thJohn CullenT754SrTerrific left tackle that did a great job last season after transferring from junior college. Quick in all aspects of the game, moves well on his feet and plays with a good degree of athleticism.
6thKendrick MoeaiTE814JrAthletic pass catching tight end that consistently gets down the seam into the secondary.
6thTony BergstromT704SrWell sized tackle prospect that is an effective position blocker. Must improve his overall strength. Comes with and upside.
FADerrick ShelbyDE905SrSemi-athletic defensive end that also stands up over tackle on occasion. Fluid moving about the field, makes plays in every direction and effectively uses his hands to get off blocks. Not stout at the point and does not play with a sense of urgency.
FADave KrugerDT444Jr
FALuke MatthewsWR114Jr


Round Full Name Pos # Yr Comments
2-3Alameda Ta’amuDT744SrPowerful, interior nose tackle/defensive tackle prospect coming off a disappointing season. Holds the point on the inside and a plugger that occupies blockers. Must learn to use his hands better.
5-6Chris PolkRB14JrStrong and explosive interior runner that shows a burst.
6thSenio KelemeteG564SrCollege tackle that projects to guard. Strong and moves his feet well.
6thJermaine KearseWR154SrSolid possession wide out with reliable hands. Potential fourth receiver at the next level.
7thQuinton RichardsonCB285SrNice sized corner best facing the action in a zone system.
FADesmond TrufantCB63Jr
FADevin AguilarWR94Sr

Washington State

Round Full Name Pos #Yr Comments
FAJared KarstetterWR844Sr
FAAlex Hoffman-EllisOLB175Sr