Takkarist McKinley (Photo by Steve Cheng)

Top 2017 NFL Draft Prospects In Pac-12

Nov. 7 -- Who are the top 2017 NFL Draft Prospects on every Pac-12 team? Scout takes a look and some of the names might surprise you...

Let's take a look at the top 2017 NFL Draft prospects from each Pac-12 team.

Paul Magloire, Jr., S/LB - Arizona Wildcats
Projected round: Free agent
NFL's trend toward the hybrid safety/linebacker role helps his chances.

Zane Gonzalez, PK - Arizona State Sun Devils
Projected round: 6th-7th
National record-setter is Mr. Automatic, but will NFL be leery of PKs after Roberto Aguayo?

Davis Webb, QB, California Golden Bears
Projected round: 3rd-4th
Highly productive running the 'Bear Raid.' Some like his arm better than Jared Goff's.

Chidobe Awuzie, CB - Colorado Buffaloes
Projected round: 3rd-4th
Good size (6-0) with great instincts, Awuzie could go even higher.

Royce Freeman, RB - Oregon Ducks
Projected round: 2nd
Productivity has fallen this year, but he's too big and fast to fall too far in the draft.

Treston Decoud, CB Oregon State Beavers
Projected round: Free agent
Big (6-3) cornerback is the cousin of seven-year NFL veteran Thomas Decoud.

Christian McCaffrey, RB - Stanford Cardinal
Projected round: 2nd
Versatile, gifted runner is off the Heisman radar, but still admired by scouts.

Lowell Lotulelei, DT - Utah Utes
Projected round: 1st-2nd
Run stuffers like Lotulelei are a premium in the NFL.

Takkarist McKinley, DE - UCLA Bruins
Projected round: 1st
Stock keeps soaring. Will cause massive headaches as a 3-4 OLB

Juju Smith-Schuster, WR - USC Trojans
Projected round: 1st-2nd
Bleacher Report ranks this rising junior as the No. 1 WR prospect.

Sidney Jones, CB - Washington Huskies
Projected round: 1st-2nd
NFL.com rated him the top 'ball-hawking' corner in college football today.

Luke Falk, QB - Washington State Cougars
Projected round: 3rd
Pros: Pocket poise, toughness and touch. Con: Arm strength.

All projections are based on a consensus of mock drafts from WalterFootball.com, USA Today, Bleacher Report, CBS Sports and Sports Illustrated and Scout experts.

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