Wrapping up his position-by-position look at the top prospects for the 2014 NFL draft, ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. broke down the top offensive linemen and defensive tackles.
While none of the Pac-12's offensive linemen rank in the top five overall, when Kiper breaks them down by position, some of the conference's usual suspects appear.
Hroniss Grasu, Oregon
Yankey, Su'a-Filo and Grasu were first-team All-Pac-12 picks last season and Fleming was honorable mention.
Moving over to the defensive tackles, a pair of Pac-12 players are on the board. Cal's Deandre Coleman cracks Kiper's top five, coming in at No. 5. Will Sutton is in the "next up" category of five more players to watch.
Kiper on Coleman: Quick off the ball for a 6-5, 320-pound player, Coleman can really chop his feet, and he has a little shake in him to get a blocker off balance to shove aside. He's best-suited to be either a 3-4 defensive end or a penetrating 3-tech defensive tackle in a 4-3.
Last season he had 8.0 tackles for loss and 3.0 sacks. A fellow Pac-12 D-tackle (see below) was more productive, but I like Coleman's versatility.
Kiper on Sutton: A nightmare to block, Sutton piled up 13.0 sacks and 23 1/2 tackles for loss. He could have factored into first-round talk in the 2013 draft.
You can see our posts on the other position groups here.
Here's the quick recap of all Pac-12 players in the rankings. The league has a total of 27 players listed with 14 on offense and 13 on defense. Four players are ranked No. 1 overall within their position group. Stanford leads the way with seven, followed by Oregon and USC with five each, then UCLA with three, Washington and ASU with two and Arizona, Oregon State and Cal with one each.
Marcus Mariota, Oregon
*Kiper updated this post to include other quarterbacks he likes, including Taylor Kelly, Keith Price, and he notes that Brett Hundley and Kevin Hogan could be in the mix if they are leaning toward declaring.
De'Anthony Thomas, Oregon (ranked No. 1)
Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona
Silas Redd, USC
Bishop Sankey, Washington
Marqise Lee, USC (ranked No. 1)
Scott Crichton, Oregon State
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon