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David Yankey, Stanford
Yankey is one of many great linemen to come out of Stanford in recent years. He was a consensus All-American last year and first-team Pac-12, while also winning the Morris Trophy as the best Pac-12 offensive lineman. He is capable of playing either guard or tackle and is another Cardinal player who will continue to climb up NFL draft boards.
Evan Finkenberg, Arizona State
Evan Finkenberg is the anchor to this Arizona State offensive line. He is now entering his fourth straight season of being a starter and has proven to be a durable lineman who is effective against both the run and pass. He has started 34 games in his career and has gone up against elite pass-rushers such as JJ Watt, Dion Jordan and Star Lotulelei.
Hroniss Grasu, Oregon
Grasu has been the starting center for the Ducks since 2011 and has made a name for himself ever since. He made the all-freshman second-team in 2011 and was named first-team Pac-12 last year. Grasu has terrific feet and is quick off the ball, which allows him to be super effective in the Oregon up-tempo offense. He was also mentioned on the 2013 Rimington Trophy Watch List.
Xavier Su’a-Filo, UCLA
Su’a-Filo took a couple of years off after going on a Mormon mission in Florida and South Alabama. He came back last season and started every game at left guard, earning first-team Pac-12 honors under a new head coach. Not too shabby for somebody who was out of football for a while. Su’a-Filo has a great combination of size and strength and will continue to be that driving force in the running game for the Bruins.
Jake Fisher, Oregon
Jake Fisher is one of the few offensive linemen who was able to see playing time as a true freshman. Last year he started every game at right tackle and has become quite popular on the team in two short seasons. Fisher is physical at the point of attack, but he is more known for his athleticism and ability to get to the second level in a hurry. He will continue to become a household name as the season progresses.
Cameron Fleming, Stanford
John Fullington, Washington State
Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State
Max Tuerk, USC
Grant Enger, Oregon State