Ted Miller While recruiting rankings are more accurate than not, they can only tell us so much. We don't know how guys will respond when they arrive on campus and suddenly are bigger and faster than everyone they play against. Plenty of four- and five-star guys struggle, and plenty of two-star guys make an immediate impact. So, with preseason camps winding down,*which true freshmen are in line to start or see significant playing time? Here's a list, though please understand it will be incomplete. Arizona CB Cortez Johnson RB Ka'Deem Carey LB Hank Hobson LB Rob Hankins DB Tramayne Bodurant Note: None likely to start but each could be in a*regular rotation. Arizona State S Ezekiel Bishop LB Isreal Marshall Note: The Sun Devils are a veteran team so their are few voids on the depth chart. Mike Bercovici could end up the No. 2 QB. Injuries at LB opened door for Marshall. California LB Chris McCain LB Cecil Whiteside CB Stefan McClure DT Viliami Moala S Avery Walls Note: Cal has closed practices so good information is limited. McCain has been the biggest surprise. McClure injured his thumb and will be in a cast for a bit, which might hurt his prospects. This list every well could be longer because it appears most of the incoming freshman are living up to their advanced billing. Colorado WR Tyler McCulloch CB Greg Henderson OG Paulay Asiata SS Kyle Washington K Will Oliver P Darragh O'Neill Note: McCulloch is listed as a co-starter and has been compared to Ed McCaffrey. Henderson has won a starting job as have Oliver and O'Neill. The Buffs have never had two true freshmen manning both specialists spots. Oregon TE Colt Lyerla RB De'Anthony Thomas Note: RB**Tra Carson, a 220 pounds, also could fill the "big" back role, but he still figures to be the fourth RB option. Lyerla is David Paulson's likely backup. Thomas is too good to sit. Oregon State RB Malcolm Agnew WR Brandin Cooks RB Terron Ward S Tyrequek Zimmerman K Trevor Romaine Note:*Romaine, a grayshirt,*is the only sure starter here, but Agnew and Ward are almost certain to get touches. Cooks is a threat to beat out Darrell Catchings at flanker (where James Rodgers will play when he comes back). Stanford WR Ty Montgomery LB James Vaughters CB Wayne Lyons Note: None of this troika appear headed for the starting lineup -- in week one at least -- but all three have been impressive and will see significant action. UCLA OL Jacob Brendel WR Devin Lucien Note: Neither is likely to start -- both play positions with plenty of veteran players -- but both should see action. USC WR Marqise Lee OG Aundrey Walker LB Lamar Dawson RB Amir Carlisle Note: A bit of a surprise that Lee and not George Farmer is the standout freshman receiver of preseason camp. Walker could win a starting job at some point this year. Dawson will backup Chris Galippo, who has a fairly lengthy injury history. Keeping up with the RB competition has been difficult, but it seems unlikely Carlisle will redshirt. Utah DE Nate Fakahafua RB Harvey Langi DB Eric Rowe Note: Rowe is currently a starting safety. Fakahafua is pressing to start. Langi has the talent to start but will at least get plenty of touches. Washington TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins WR Kasen Williams LB John Timu DT Danny Shelton Note: Seferian-Jenkins and Timu look like starters. Williams and Shelton have been so impressive they will be in the regular rotation from game one. Washington State LB Chester Su’a LB Darryl Monroe Note: Both are in line to provide depth, but it's a good sign for the Cougars that the depth chart isn't littered with true freshmen. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog Click here to view the article.