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A look at Pac-12 pranksters and jokesters

It's April Fools' Day, so we're taking a look around Pac-12 rosters for some of the funny guys in the conference to complement our national prankster list from programs in the Top 25. Here's a look at some of the league's jokesters and their antics:

Hunter Jarmon, Oregon State: The Beavers' wide receiver, now a junior, poured lotion all over sleeping teammate Victor Bolden two years ago. Oregon State media relations tells us that Bolden didn't notice until sometime later, when he looked into a mirror.

Vic Enwere, California: It sounds as if the Golden Bears have pranks embedded into their off-field culture. Enwere, a running back, recently pulled off a practical joke that Cal sports information director Kyle McRae said "could be considered an updated version of 'Goldilocks and Three Bears' and ruined six of his teammates' naps in one day."

When he arrived at his teammates' house, Enwere took clothes out of each closet and dressed up objects (pillows, bears) in each player's room, leaving a mess around the entire house. When the teammates returned home after class for their customary pre-workout nap, they were flummoxed by the disorderly scene in the house. Everything made sense once they found Enwere in the last room at the top of the house taking a nap.

Luke Kaumatule, Stanford: It may be tough to picture a 6-foot-7, 294-pound behemoth as a team's "funny guy," but Stanford thinks Kaumatule has the most potential to step into the void left by Aziz Shittu, who had long been the Cardinal's go-to prankster.

Gerard Wicks, Washington State: There's no particular incident to speak of, but three Cougar players all said that Wicks would be their first choice when it came to identifying a prankster or funny man on Washington State's roster. "Whenever things happen, Gerard is always around," they told the Cougars' media relations department.

Devon Allen, Oregon: The Ducks' receiver is known as one of the funniest players on the team, and he put that on display this past season when a group of Oregon players got stuck in a hotel elevator at the team hotel in Colorado. Allen live tweeted the ordeal, bringing some laughs along the way -- especially when everyone exited the elevator safely.

Zach Banner, USC: Offensive linemen are people, too. That's the case that Banner made to our Kenny Mayne in this funny segment. The big man obviously has a goofy sense of humor that brings levity to the Trojans' locker room. USC also says receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster should be mentioned in the funny guy category.

Josh Rosen, UCLA: The quarterback set up an inflatable hot tub in his college dorm room as a freshman. Need we say more?

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John Ross and Budda Baker, Washington: Ask Husky players about the teammates who are most likely to give them a laugh, and these are the two names that pop up. Ross missed all of last season with injury, but he'll be back in football action in 2016. But teammates say that he didn't miss a beat off the field last year.