USC Trojans Most Pac-12 NFL Draft 2011 Picks, Cal & Stanford 2nd; Colorado Buffaloes Most First Rounders

The California Golden Bears and Stanford Cardinal still can't beat the USC Trojans when it comes to producing pro-worthy talent. USC put up nine players in the 2011 NFL Draft, and even when you discount the players from the sixth and seventh rounds (free agent territory), even when you had three Trojans picked up LATE in the seventh round, they still have five guys who are very likely to make an NFL roster next spring.

Cal and Stanford finished in a tie for second with (surprisingly) the Colorado Buffaloes (who had the most first round picks of any Pac-12 team), with four each. Here's a summary of all the draft picks from Pac-12 football teams.

USC (9) (SB Nation Site: Conquest Chronicles)

1st round, 9th pick - Tyron Smith, OT - Dallas Cowboys

3rd round, 77th pick - Jurrell Casey, DT - Tennessee Titans

3rd round, 89th pick - Shareece Wright, CB - San Diego Chargers

4th round, 102nd pick - Jordan Cameron, TE - Cleveland Browns

6th round, 182nd pick - Ronald Johnson, WR - San Francisco 49ers

6th round, 187th pick - Allen Bradford, RB - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

7th round, 240th pick - Stanley Havili, FB - Philadelphia Eagles

7th round, 241st pick - David Ausberry, WR - Oakland Raiders

7th round, 242nd pick - Malcolm Smith, OLB - Seattle Seahawks

Cal (4) (SB Nation Site: California Golden Blogs)

1st round, 24th pick - Cameron Jordan, DE - New Orleans Saints (for more on Jordan, go here)

2nd round, 56th pick - Shane Vereen, RB - New England Patriots (for more on Vereen, go here)

3rd round, 93rd pick - Chris Conte, S - Chicago Bears (for more on Conte, go here)

6th round, 189th pick - Mike Mohamed, ILB - Denver Broncos (for more on Mohamed, go here)

Colorado (4) (SB Nation Site: The Ralphie Report)

1st round, 17th pick - Nate Solder, OT - New England Patriots

1st round, 27th pick - Jimmy Smith, CB - Baltimore Ravens

4th round, 118th pick - Jalil Brown, CB - Kansas City Chiefs

7th round, 227th pick - Scotty McKnight, WR - New York Jets

Stanford (4) (SB Nation Site: Rule of Tree)

3rd round, 97th pick - Sione Fua, DT - Carolina Panthers (for more on Fua, go here)

4th round, 124th pick - Owen Marecic, FB - Cleveland Browns (for more on Marecic, go here)

5th round, 154th pick - Richard Sherman, CB - Seattle Seahawks (for more on Sherman, go here)

6th round, 167th pick - Ryan Whalen, WR - Cincinnati Bengals (for more on Whalen, go here)

Arizona Wildcats (3) (SB Nation Site: Arizona Desert Swarm)

2nd round, 42nd pick - Brooks Reed, DE - Houston Texans

6th round, 197th pick - Ricky Elmore, DE - Green Bay Packers

7th round, 215th pick - De'Aundre Reed, DE - Minnesota Vikings

Oregon St. Beavers (3) (SB Nation Site: Building the Dam)

2nd round, 53rd pick - Stephen Paea, DT - Chicago Bears

5th round, 140th pick - Gabe Miller, OLB - Kansas City Chiefs

5th round, 145th pick - Jacquizz Rodgers, RB - Atlanta Falcons

UCLA Bruins (3) (SB Nation Site: Bruins Nation)

2nd round, 39th pick - Akeem Ayers, OLB - Tennessee Titans

2nd round, 45th pick - Rahim Moore, S - Denver Broncos

6th round, 184th pick - David Carter, DT - Arizona Cardinals

Utah Utes (2) (SB Nation Site: Block U)

5th round, 139th pick - Brandon Burton, CB - Minnesota Vikings

6th round, 179th pick - Caleb Schlauderaff, OG - Green Bay Packers

Washington Huskies (2) (SB Nation Site: UW Dawg Pound)

1st round, 8th pick - Jake Locker, QB - Tennessee Titans

3rd round, 84th pick - Mason Foster, ILB - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Arizona St. Sun Devils (1) (SB Nation Site: House of Sparky)

7th round, 233rd pick - Lawrence Guy, DT - Green Bay Packers

Oregon Ducks (1) (SB Nation Site: Addicted To Quack)

4th round, 116th pick - Casey Matthews, ILB - Philadelphia Eagles

Washington St. Cougars (1) (SB Nation Site: CougCenter)

6th round, 203rd pick - Zachary Williams, C - Carolina Panthers

Pac-12 fans, let us know in the comments: Which Pac-12 school produced the best talent in the 2011 NFL Draft? Who will be the best pro of these 37 draftees? 

(HT ttgiang15 of Bear Insider).

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