Pac-12: Ten Year NFL Draft Case Study

YEAR BY YEAR BREAKDOWN

2012
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 28/253 – 11.1%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 4
Most by school: California (6)

Players drafted by school:
Arizona: 3
Arizona State: 2
California: 6
Colorado: 2
Oregon: 4
Oregon State: 1
Stanford: 4
UCLA: 0
USC: 3
Utah: 1
Washington: 2
Washington State: 0

Positions drafted from Pac-12/positions drafted total:
QB: 3/11
RB: 2/21
WR: 3/33
TE: 2/11
OL: 8/44
DL: 2/44
LB: 3/33
CB: 2/31
S: 2/19
K: 0/4
P: 1/2

2011
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 31/254 – 12.2%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 3
Most by school: USC (9)

Arizona: 3
Arizona State: 1
California: 4
Oregon: 1
Oregon State: 3
Stanford: 4
UCLA: 3
USC: 9
Washington: 2
Washington State: 1

QB: 1/12
RB: 5/30
WR: 3/28
TE: 1/12
OL: 2/41
DL: 9/44
LB: 6/32
CB: 2/39
S: 2/14
K: 0/1
P: 0/1

2010
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 28/255 – 11%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 2
Most by school: USC (7)

Arizona: 2
Arizona State: 4
California: 3
Oregon: 3
Oregon State: 1
Stanford: 3
UCLA: 3
USC: 7
Washington: 2
Washington State: 0

QB: 1/14
RB: 3/15
WR: 3/28
TE: 4/20
OL: 2/38
DL: 6/55
LB: 3/29
CB: 4/34
S: 2/19
K: 0/0
P: 0/3

2009
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 32/256 – 12.5%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 4
Most by school: USC (11)

Arizona: 2
Arizona State: 2
California: 3
Oregon: 6
Oregon State: 7
Stanford: 0
UCLA: 0
USC: 11
Washington: 0
Washington State: 1

QB: 1/11
RB: 0/22
WR: 4/34
TE: 1/20
OL: 6/40
DL: 6/43
LB: 5/23
CB: 3/36
S: 5/21
K: 1/2
P: 0/3

2008
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 34/252 – 13.5%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 6
Most by school: USC (10)

Arizona: 4
Arizona State: 5
California: 6
Oregon: 3
Oregon State: 2
Stanford: 0
UCLA: 3
USC: 10
Washington: 0
Washington State: 1

QB: 3/13
RB: 4/27
WR: 3/35
TE: 2/16
OL: 6/40
DL: 4/45
LB: 5/27
CB: 4/30
S: 3/15
K: 0/2
P: 0/1

2007
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 28/255 – 11%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 1
Most by school: USC (5)

Arizona: 4
Arizona State: 2
California: 4
Oregon: 3
Oregon State: 2
Stanford: 3
UCLA: 1
USC: 5
Washington: 2
Washington State: 2

QB: 2/11
RB: 2/24
WR: 5/34
TE: 2/13
OL: 3/41
DL: 2/43
LB: 4/33
CB: 1/30
S: 5/20
K: 2/3
P: 0/3

2006
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 32/255 – 12.5%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 4
Most by school: USC (11)

Arizona: 1
Arizona State: 2
California: 3
Oregon: 4
Oregon State: 2
Stanford: 4
UCLA: 3
USC: 11
Washington: 1
Washington State: 1

QB: 2/12
RB: 4/17
WR: 3/33
TE: 2/16
OL: 8/51
DL: 5/45
LB: 3/31
CB: 2/23
S: 2/26
K: 0/2
P: 0/2

2005
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 33/255 – 12.9%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 3
Most by school: Stanford (6)

Arizona: 0
Arizona State: 3
California: 5
Oregon: 2
Oregon State: 3
Stanford: 6
UCLA: 4
USC: 5
Washington: 2
Washington State: 3

QB: 4/14
RB: 1/26
WR: 5/31
TE: 1/9
OL: 6/49
DL: 5/35
LB: 3/36
CB: 3/29
S: 4/20
K: 0/3
P: 0/2

2004
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 30/255 – 11.8%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 3
Most by school: Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Washington (4)

Arizona: 0
Arizona State: 2
California: 2
Oregon: 4
Oregon State: 4
Stanford: 3
UCLA: 4
USC: 4
Washington: 4
Washington State: 3

QB: 1/17
RB: 3/18
WR: 4/32
TE: 1/16
OL: 4/43
DL: 8/47
LB: 3/28
CB: 2/28
S: 4/20
K: 0/3
P: 0/3

2003
Pac-12 picks/total draft picks: 29/262 – 11.1%
Pac-12 First Rounders: 8
Most by school: USC (5)

Arizona: 3
Arizona State: 3
California: 4
Oregon: 3
Oregon State: 3
Stanford: 4
UCLA: 2
USC: 5
Washington: 0
Washington State: 2

QB: 2/13
RB: 4/23
WR: 4/36
TE: 3/14
OL: 3/45
DL: 3/49
LB: 4/30
CB: 4/30
S: 2/18
K: 0/1
P: 0/2

YEAR BY YEAR BREAKDOWN: A full breakdown of the last ten drafts from a MWC perspective. (Page 2)

POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN: Which positions from MWC schools get picked early? (Page 3)

SUCCESS/BUST BREAKDOWN: Which schools produce the most busts? (Page 4)

NCAA SCHOOL BREAKDOWN: Which schools perennially produce the top prospects? (Page 5)

NFL TEAM BREAKDOWN: Which NFL Teams like prospects from MWC schools? (Page 6)

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