Roundup: Could Josh Rosen go outside of top 10 in NFL Draft?

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The first round of the NFL Draft is Thursday night, and’s Daniel Jeremiah has Josh Rosen sliding to No. 11 in his final mock draft, and he’s not the only one who has Rosen going this late. Then again, Rosen could go in the top three.


Check out this video of former Washington defensive lineman Vita Vea playing football with kids ahead of the NFL Draft. Dude is a potential top-10 pick.

Washington State

Theo Lawson tells us that Washington State expects to have at least three players selected in the NFL Draft: Offensive lineman Cole Madison, quarterback Luke Falk and defensive lineman Hercules Mata’afa are surefire picks, while offensive lineman Cody O’Connell and linebacker Frankie Luvu have a shot at hearing their names called.


Meanwhile, former Colorado running back Phillip Lindsay is hopeful his name will be called during the NFL Draft this weekend, Brian Howell writes. Isaiah Oliver is the highest-rated draft prospect for the Buffs this year, potentially going as high as the first round.

Oregon State

Tyson Alger of The Oregonian/OregonLive gives us an NFL Draft capsule on Oregon State running back Ryan Nall. All major sites have Nall going undrafted, but maybe he can sneak in somewhere on Saturday?


USC men’s golf won the Pac-12 title, while Trojan Justin Suh won individual medalist honors on Wednesday in Southern California. It was the first team and individual conference titles for the Trojans since 2011.


Stanford women’s golf will host the NCAA Regional Championships in San Francisco as a No. 2 seed, with Pac-12-champion UCLA being the No. 1 seed in the region.


The Pac-12 Men’s Tennis Championship is underway, and ninth-seeded Arizona upset eighth-seeded Utah 4-2 Wednesday to advance to the second round to face top-seeded UCLA Thursday at noon PT.

Arizona State

Doug Haller reports that Arizona State backup quarterback Blake Barnett is planning to transfer. He is on track to graduate this summer, so he can be eligible to play in 2018 and have two seasons of eligibility remaining.


The University of Utah has hired a search firm to assist in finding a new athletic director to replace the retiring Chris Hill, reports Aaron Falk of The Salt Lake Tribune.


Oregon softball pitcher Megan Kleist is the espnW Player of the Week, so check out the Graham Hays writeup on Kleist.


This is pretty funny – watch Jared Goff prank the Ventura College football team into thinking he’s the new transfer quarterback. Gotta love Goff’s fake neck tats.

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