In today's game, many football teams run the spread offense. It's a system designed to put pressure on the defense by stretching out alignments and running a high number of plays.
However, a solid number of college programs still run a pro-style offense that operates more in tune with what is used by NFL teams. Many offensive recruits face dilemmas when making their decisions, as schools that run both offenses pursue them. Some prospects are better fits for a spread attack, while others are better suited for a pro-style system.
A quarterback headed to a Pac-12 team is an ideal pro-style prospect. A running back in Louisiana has great hands for the spread offense, but a pro-style system is better for his skill set. Plus, several offensive linemen are on this list.