Pac-12 All-Time NFL Draft Numbers

PAC-12 NFL FIRST-ROUND PICKS ALL-TIME

1. OHIO ST  85

2. USC 83

16. UCLA  36

22. CAL  27

22. UW  27

24. ASU  26

25. STAN  25

28. CU  24

37. ORE  20

49. WSU  14

55. ARIZ  10

61. UTAH  8

66. ORE ST  6

PAC-12 NFL TOTAL PICKS ALL-TIME

1. ND  520

2. USC  516 or 517

15. UCLA  327

17. UW  311

23. CU  276

27. STAN  272

30. ASU  250

35. CAL  241

36. ORE  229

47. WSU  194

48. ARIZ   184

55. UTAH  168

57. ORE ST  167

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Terrific Tommy
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Terrific Tommy (@terrific-tommy)
June 6, 2021 11:23 am
Reply to  Allen Wallace

IMO Allen, the play of the game came at the end of the first half. Turner intercepted Pette’s pass in the end zone and nearly ran it all the way back before Peete ran him down and made the tackle.

TrojanRJJ
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TrojanRJJ (@trojanrjj)
June 6, 2021 11:55 am
Reply to  Allen Wallace

Thanks for reminding us. Assuming that the CA dictators allow for full seating in fall (fyi, TX has lifted all Covid restrictions – it is basically gone from TX), with SC and UCLA both being out of both the national and divisional races (for SC almost a certainty, for UCLA a strong possibility), what do you think the attendance for the 2021 game will be? My guess is about 40,000.

PN4SC
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PN4SC (@pn4sc)
June 6, 2021 12:59 pm
Reply to  Allen Wallace

That 1987 win over the bruins was still one of my all time favorites.

Terrific Tommy
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Terrific Tommy (@terrific-tommy)
June 6, 2021 6:17 pm
Reply to  Allen Wallace

Hell of a baseball player too Allen. 👌

rleeholder1
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rleeholder1 (@rleeholder1)
June 8, 2021 1:44 am
Reply to  Terrific Tommy

Good memory Terrific Tommy! Several great SC football players also played baseball for SC. In my days as a student from 1973-1979 (went straight to grad school after bachelor’s degree), Anthony Davis, Marvin Cobb, Rob Hertl and Anthony Munoz were a few of the guys who played both sports and played them well.

rleeholder1
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rleeholder1 (@rleeholder1)
June 8, 2021 1:45 am
Reply to  Allen Wallace

I also enjoyed the following year’s game in the Rose Bowl dubbed “The Measles Game”.

TrojanRJJ
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TrojanRJJ (@trojanrjj)
June 6, 2021 11:59 am
Reply to  Allen Wallace

Notice that Steele and ITS (both 5 star CBs) and Johnson (a 4 Star) are all off this list. I wonder how Steele will do this year. ITS has 4.4 or lower speed. My guess is SC DBs will be good next year. So, ASU is much stronger at CB than SC. Should be one of the more interesting seasons in years, primarily to see what the future of SC football will be.

TrojanRJJ
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TrojanRJJ (@trojanrjj)
June 4, 2021 2:49 pm

Allen, Thanks for all the hard work on the ranking. If I am interpreted Hoffman correctly, SC has the best WRs and QB in the Pac with one decent back (at transfer) combined with a questionable OL. The D has one decent inside DL and solid outside personnel, which matches all the analysts I have read. Dane Miller appears not to have done a lot of homework; he is, I think, the only analyst I have read that has pick SC to win the South. Mandel and Wilner have them battling for 3rd, and most place them at best in… Read more »

TrojanRJJ
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TrojanRJJ (@trojanrjj)
June 5, 2021 7:55 am
Reply to  Allen Wallace

Without having done all the necessary research on the other teams, and relying on Utah, I have SC battling CO for 4th in the South. The Championship is going to be between UCLA/ASU/Utah. Remember Chip’s giant bamboo. This year he is predicting it will grow 90 feet after being dormant for 3 years. I think UCLA has significantly more upside than SC in 2021 but it has a history of choking away games it should win (did that 3 times last year). SC, on the other hand, has a history of playing really ugly games and relying on luck/opponent mistakes-choking… Read more »

UtahTrojan
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UtahTrojan (@utahtrojan)
June 4, 2021 4:57 pm
Reply to  Allen Wallace

Clays reality has never been based in facts. It is always sunny in clayland.

UtahTrojan
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UtahTrojan (@utahtrojan)
June 4, 2021 5:09 pm
Reply to  Allen Wallace

Yes but the mayor is also the court jester.

PN4SC
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PN4SC (@pn4sc)
June 4, 2021 7:09 pm
Reply to  Allen Wallace

I don’t know what Dane Miller’s credentials are, but I am not in agreement with his ” analysis”. I doubt the Trojans are even the 2nd best team in the South. He is overrating a Stanford team on the decline, and overlooking the Utes. And as much as I would love to agree with his assessment of the bruins, no way there are 8 better teams. ucla may be poised for a breakout year, and will certainly, at least be improved. I see 6-6 for this year, and probably 4th in the South. The good news is that type of… Read more »

PN4SC
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PN4SC (@pn4sc)
June 5, 2021 6:51 am
Reply to  Allen Wallace

ASU, Utah, Notre Dame, ucla, and at least one game we have no business losing, a trademark of Clay. Maybe, because of a weak schedule they get to 7 wins.
Helton is a delusional fool, and I have to tune out his comments, because they are detached from reality. His analysis of Harrell doesn’t fool anyone.

TrojanRJJ
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TrojanRJJ (@trojanrjj)
June 5, 2021 8:03 am
Reply to  Allen Wallace

I think all of us can name two for certain: ASU and ND. I am putting UCLA as a for certain loss. You are not. It looks like Utah and BYU may have top 25 teams. If that is the case, probably two more there (maybe 1). So, put two losses out the 3 better UCLA, Utah and BYU. That leaves a lot of really weak opponents – San Jose State, Oregon State, CO, Cal, AZ, and Stanford. These teams are all in the 30-60 range with AZ may probably being the worst of the group and maybe being closer… Read more »

Steveg
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Steveg (@steveg)
June 6, 2021 6:21 am
Reply to  Allen Wallace

I think the strongest possibility is Colorado for #6.