The Bay Area piled up five more draft picks in the second and third rounds of the 2012 NFL Draft, so who is left from the Cal and Stanford draft boards that could be picked up?
- Cal wide reciever Marvin Jones figures to be the next player to make it out. Jones is probably one of the best wide receivers left on the board and could be a very polished option in the right system. The Golden Bear could be picked in the 4th or 5th rounds.
- Cal defensive end Trevor Guyton would be next. Guyton is one of those possible gems at defensive end who could be found in later rounds and be developed into a starter over time. He figures to be a later round pick.
- Stanford has one player left that might be picked in wide receiver Chris Owusu. He was a great return man early in his career and often managed to be a deep option downfield. But he struggled with injuries in his final two seasons and might have trouble attracting a team.
- San Jose State strong safety Duke Ihenacho might get picked sometime on Saturday, as he's one of the stronger prospects in an area of need for multiple teams.
Other dark horse possibilities from the Bay Area include Stanford safety Delano Howell, Stanford defensive end Matt Masifilo, Stanford safety Jonathan Bademosi, Cal strong safety Sean Cattouse, Cal free safety D.J. Campbell, Cal defensive end Ernest Owusu, Cal inside linebacker D.J. Holt, and Cal tight end Anthony Miller.
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