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Former Wisconsin and Utah State coach Gary Andersen takes over a program that annually produces quality NFL prospects and the 2016 draft will prove no different.
The Ducks may have fallen short in the title game, but they're stacked at virtually every position and loaded with NFL-caliber talent. Here are five to watch.
With fewer conference wins (two) than NFL Draft picks (three) since 2012, acclimating to the Pac-12 has been difficult for the Buffaloes. There is reason for optimism in Boulder, however, given the chemistry developing between junior quarterback Sefo Liufau and record-setting senior wideout Nelson Spruce.
Cal didn't have a player selected in the 2015 NFL Draft, but optimism is high for this season, however, in large part due to junior quarterback Jared Goff, the best QB at Berkeley since Aaron Rodgers.
Miller confirmed to Sports Illustrated that the former Ohio State quarterback will change positions for the 2015 season, a preemptive move that has received the approval of NFL scouts.
A growing nucleus of talent in Tempe could have NFL scouts warming up to the Sun Devils. This year's senior crop of prospects to watch is highlighted by flashy running back turned wide receiver D.J. Foster.
Star inside linebacker Scooby Wright III posted eye-popping numbers (163 tackles, 29 tackles for loss, 16 sacks and six forced fumbles) as a true sophomore but that doesn't mean he'll be highly regarded in NFL circles.
Despite losing first round running back and Heisman runner-up Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin's offense is in good hands with junior running back Corey Clement ready to make a name for himself as a player and NFL prospect.
Rutgers hasn't produced a top-75 draft pick since Greg Schiano left the program, but senior wide receiver Leonte Carroo could change that in the 2016 draft class.
2016 QB rankings