Analyst tabs 3 new Cougs for instant imPACt

RAHMEL DOCKERY

WITH SIGNING DAY over, we look into the Crystal Ball and see what we expect to see in December: the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team. This isn't necessarily based on the highest-rated recruits, but the players we think have the best chance to come in and contribute as freshmen, either because of talent, team needs or a combination.

In some cases, an elite 5-star guy may have to come in and redshirt (like Lache Seastrunk did at Oregon or Kyle Prater at USC because of logjams at their position), while a 3-star guy comes in and plays a significant role because of team needs (see Marquess Wilson at Washington State).

So this is who we think will come in and make early, and impactful, contributions in 2011.

QB- Brett Hundley, UCLA
RB- Harvey Langi, Utah
RB- Kelsey Young, Stanford
WR- Richard Mullaney, Oregon State
WR- Kasen Williams, Washington
TE- Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington
OL- Cyrus Hobbi, USC
OL- Pauley Asiata, Colorado
OL- Isaac Asiata, Utah
OL- Aundrey Walker, USC
OL- Marc Mustoe, Colorado
PK- Andre Heidari, USC
KR- Rahmel Dockery, Washington State

DL- Viliami Moala, Cal
DL- Reggie Gilbert, Arizona
DL- Dylan Wynn, Oregon State
DL- David Davis, Washington State
LB- Colt Lyerla, Oregon
LB- Darryl Paulo, Washington State
LB- Anthony Sarao, USC
DB- Domonique Petties, Arizona
DB- Stefan McClure, Cal
DB- Wayne Lyons, Stanford
DB- Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon
P- Kris Albarado, USC
ATH - DeAnthony Thomas, Oregon

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