One Freshman to Watch for on Every Pac-12 Football Team in 2014

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One Freshman to Watch for on Every Pac-12 Football Team in 2014
USC CB Adoree' Jackson

The Pac-12 conference is filled with more stars than we can ever remember as fall camps officially get underway and the season approaches, but it's the young faces who may end up having the biggest impact on the league title race.

While everyone around the country knows about quarterbacks Marcus Mariota and Brett Hundley, wide receivers Nelson Agholor and Ty Montgomery, linebacker Myles Jack and defensive end Leonard Williams, there are a number of recruits from the Class of 2018, as well as redshirt freshmen, poised to burst onto the scene in a major way.

Of course, some positions allow for an easier high school-to-college transition. Running backs don't necessarily need an NFL build to see the field, and corners who can cover and keep up athletically will often get time early in their careers. The big fellas in the trenches, however, often need a year or two to get their bodies ready for the physical toll a season of college football will take.

All that said, no position is out of bounds as we take a look at one freshman to watch for on every Pac-12 team. Remember these names now, because everyone will know them by December.


All stats via Unless otherwise noted, all quotes obtained firsthand. All recruiting info via

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