ESPN draft guru Todd McShay took a measure of specific qualities of offensive of players expected to be selected in this week's NFL draft, which starts Thursday, and a number of Pac-12 players fall into interesting spots.
Here are some notes.
He ranks Locker No. 2 in toughness/leadership.
He ranks California's Shane Vereen No. 3 in vision/patience, No. 2 in receiving skills and No. 3 in pass blocking.
USC's Stanley Havili No. 1 among FBs in vision/patience, agility/acceleration and receiving skills.
McShay has Vereen ranked ninth overall and Rodgers 10th among running backs. Marecic is No. 4 among FBs and Havili is No. 6.
McShay ranks USC's Jordan Cameron third in both ball skills and big-play ability.
He ranks Cameron sixth overall among TEs.
Among centers, USC's Kristofer O'Dowd ranks No. 3 in awareness.
McShay ranks Smith No. 1 overall among offensive line prospects. Solder is fifth.