ESPN NFL draft guru Mel Kiper has released his latest "Big Board" and five Pac-10 players made the list, including a pair of QBs in the top two spots.
Can you guess who those QBs are?
The players are:
1. Jake Locker, QB, Washington
2. Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
18. Akeem Ayers, LB, UCLA
22. Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA
25. Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State
On Locker, Kiper writes: "Has all the physical tools -- size, arm, even speed and improving footwork. His accuracy should improve as he gets comfortable in the offense."
On Luck: "Great arm, NFL smarts, solid footwork. Prototypical size and intangibles. Luck even has the ability to check down and plays with veteran savvy."
On Ayers: "Budding star, an absolute physical specimen with ideal size. Ready to break out. Cover skills trump pass-rushing skills at this stage."
On Moore: "A ball hawk who led the nation in interceptions last season and moves well from sideline to sideline. Will need to prove he can be physical versus blocks."
On Paea: "Dominating, disruptive defender against the run. Has rugby background. Can still develop pass-rush skills. Strong -- benches 550 pounds."