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    [2020] Pac-12 Congratulates First Round Picks

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    Four players from the Pac-12 Conference were selected in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. They were all exemplary players in college and hopefully will continue to be in the NFL.


    • :oregon:Christian Okonkwo was selected 11th by the Seattle Seahawks. Christian declared early as a Junior, but despite only playing for three years at Oregon he put up very impressive numbers. He accumulated 25 career sacks as well as two forced fumbles and two fumbles recovered, one of which he returned for a TD. Christian is sure to make at large impact in NFL backfields throughout his career.
    • :oregon:Eric Jennings was selected 15th by the Atlanta Falcons. Eric was the second piece of Oregon's dominate D-Line along with Christian. As a four year starter for the Ducks he racked up 109 career tackles and 34.5 sacks. The Falcons filled a need on their D-Line that should end up being a home-run.
    • :wsu:Jeremy Cook was selected 26th by the Detroit Lions. Jeremy was a four year starter for Washington State and collected over 4000 yards receiving and 25 TDs. He was an integral part to the Cougar's 2019 Pac-12 Championship and CFB Playoff appearance his senior season. 
    • :zona:Ian Hendrickson was selected 28th by the Indianapolis Colts. At 6'5" and 319lbs, Ian already has the size to step in and make an impact on the Colts O-Line. He has already been a dominate force on the east coast at Gateway Community College, the southwest at Arizona, and now hopes to be just as dominate at his new home in the midwest with Indianapolis.


    Congratulations to all of the Pac-12 First Round Picks!

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