In alphabetical order, weights are from 2015 official roster.
OL Cedric Bigge-Duren (6-6, 308)
Job One up front this spring is replacing the left side of the o-line and Bigge-Duren figures to be in the thick of things. How Pac-12-ready Bigge-Duren is at this point coming off his true freshman season will be a key spring storyline.
DL Hunter Mattox (6-3, 259)
With nose tackle Robert Barber the only returning d-line starter, Mattox figures to get a long look during spring drills. Mattox last season as a true freshman showed advanced speed for his size and played with an attitude.
OL Noah Osur-Myers (6-4, 321)
Osur-Myers showed a quick first step as a true freshman in pass protection in 2015. Like Bigge-Duren, Osur-Myers will have the opportunity to earn a starting job on the left side, with the Cougs also looking this spring to develop rock solid 1A-types across the front five.
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