In terms of sheer depth of NFL talent, no conference in the country can compare to the prospect production of the SEC,
This may be there year, however, when the Pac-12 claims the most cream-of-the-crop prospects.
The Pac-12 has perhaps the top quarterback prospect in the country, the top cornerback and one of the top two offensive tackles. It boasts three potential top-5 receivers, two of the best interior offensive linemen, and the best defensive lineman -- who just might be a candidate for the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.
A league that had only three first-round picks in 2014 (Anthony Barr, Brandin Cooks, Deone Bucannon) easily could double that next spring. And that's just figuring the guys who already on are on everybody's radar.