With every Pac-12 team's fall camp in full swing, fans are eager to see which players will step up and become household names by the end of the season.
The list of stars in the conference goes on and on, and no one will be surprised to see players like Brett Hundley and Marcus Mariota do well. But which guys, previously in the shadow as either a backup or still in high school, will step forward into the spotlight and make an impact?
The players who replace the departed stars often have the biggest say in a team's overall success. If glaring holes along the offensive line are filled with guys who just aren't ready, performance will suffer. If those holes are patched up by first-year starters who immediately make a case for all-league honors, success will follow.
The same can be true for any position, which is why we're taking a look at eight new starters in the Pac-12 who will dominate in 2014.