Ted Miller Sure most of you read Phil Steel's preseason magazine -- website here -- and what his publications lack in poetry or design style they make up for in information. In his magazine, he ranks the top draft eligible players at each position. That's obviously an inexact science, but it's interesting nonetheless. We all like rankings, right? You'll notice the Pac-12 certainly does better with offensive players, and Stanford appears to have a lot of elite guys, which most of you already knew. Here's his ranking (keep in mind, it's only draft eligible players, which is why there's no Robert Woods or Marquess Wilson in the receiver category). Offense Quarterbacks (out of 60) 1. Andrew Luck, Stanford 3. Matt Barkley, USC 4. Nick Foles, Arizona 13. Darron Thomas, Oregon 34. Ryan Katz, Oregon State 39. Jeff Tuel, Washington State 41. Matt Scott, Arizona 44. Jordan Wynn, Utah Running backs (out of 64) 1. LaMichael James, Oregon 4. Chris Polk, Washington 18. Marc Tyler, USC 26. Johnathan Franklin, UCLA 27. Stepfan Taylor, Stanford 32. Kenjon Barner, Oregon 35. Rodney Stewart, Colorado 58. Cameron Marshall, Arizona State Receivers (out of 72) 7. Juron Criner, Arizona 13. Jermaine Kearse, Washington 18. Chris Owusu, Stanford 39. Marvin Jones, California 44. James Rodgers, Oregon State 53. DeVonte Christopher, Utah Tight ends (out of 44) 4. David Paulson, Oregon 7. Joe Halahuni, Oregon State 8. Coby Fleener, Stanford 11. Rhett Ellison, USC 20. Anthony Miller, California 36. Cory Harkey, UCLA Fullbacks (out of 20) 9. Derrick Coleman, UCLA 18. Taimi Tutogi, Arizona Centers (out of 44) 10. Garth Gerhart, Arizona State 30. Drew Schaefer, Washington Guards (out of 60) 1. Ryan Miller, Colorado 3. David DeCastro, Stanford 10. Khaled Holmes, USC 14. Michael Philipp, Oregon State 33. B.J. Guerra, Washington State 39. Carson York, Oregon 59. Ethan Adkins, Colorado Offensive tackles (out of 64) 1. Matt Kalil, USC 2. Jonathan Martin, Stanford 24. Mitchell Schwartz, California 25. Mike Remmers, Oregon State 27. Mark Asper, Oregon 40. Tony Bergstrom, Utah 49. Brice Schwab, Arizona State 56. Senio Kelemete, Washington Defense Defensive ends (out of 64) 19. Nick Perry, USC 20. Wes Horton, USC 27. Armond Armstead, USC 29. Travis Long, Washington State 46. Datone Jones, UCLA 52. Matt Masifilo, Stanford 53. Jamaar Jarrett, Arizona State Defensive tackles (out of 64) 11. Alameda Ta'amu, Washington 37. Will Pericak, Colorado 41. Justin Washington, Arizona 44. Dave Kruger, Utah 45. DaJohn Harris, USC Inside LBs (out of 57) 1. Vontaze Burfict, Arizona State 7. Shayne Skov, Stanford 9. Chris Galippo, USC 14. Devon Kennard, USC 15. D.J. Holt, California 26. Cort Dennison, Washington 28. Patrick Larimore, UCLA 48. Derek Earls, Arizona 49. Chaz Walker, Utah Outside LBs (out of 72) 10. Chase Thomas, Stanford 30. Mychael Kendricks, California 46. Sean Westgate, UCLA 48. Paul Vassallo, Arizona 55. Brandon McGee, Arizona State 56. Jon Major, Colorado 63. Alex Hoffman-Ellis, Washington State 71. Josh Kaddu, Oregon Cornerbacks (out of 69) 4. Cliff Harris, Oregon 19. Desmond Trufant, Washington 27. Trevin Wade, Arizona 28. Omar Bolden, Arizona State 34. Marc Anthony, California 38. Aaron Hester, UCLA 40. Brandon Hardin, Oregon State 41. Sheldon Price, UCLA 45. Robert Golden, Arizona 68. Jordan Poyer, Oregon State Free safeties (out of 44) 3. T.J. McDonald, USC 7. Lance Mitchell, Oregon State 12. John Boyett, Oregon 35. Nathan Fellner, Washington Strong safeties (out of 44) 2. Delano Howell, Stanford 4. Tony Dye, UCLA 5. Sean Cattouse, California 28. Eddie Pleasant, Oregon Punters (out of 20) 1. Jeff Locke, UCLA 3. Bryan Anger, California Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog Click here to view the article.