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10 Pac-12 players who could hear their name called on Day 2 of the NFL draft

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How risky is drafting Myles Jack? (1:55)

Mark Dominik, Tedy Bruschi and Tim Hasselbeck explain why a team may take a risk and draft Myles Jack in the second round. (1:55)

Four Pac-12 players -- Cal's Jared Goff (Rams), Oregon's DeForest Buckner (49ers), UCLA's Kenny Clark (Packers) and Stanford's Joshua Garnett (49ers) -- were selected in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday.

Here are 10 more who could come off the board Friday on Day 2 of the draft (listed in alphabetical order):

RB Devontae Booker, Utah -- Booker is the type of back who can help an NFL team from Day 1. He’s a good pass-catcher and can run inside and out with good balance and vision.

S/LB Su'a Cravens, USC -- Some had Cravens pegged as a first-round talent, but his speed was called into question during the pre-draft evaluation process.

OL Joe Dahl, Washington State -- He’s now being projected at guard, but Dahl was among the best tackles in the country as a senior for the Cougars.

QB Kevin Hogan, Stanford -- Hogan quarterbacked the Cardinal to three Pac-12 titles in four years as a starter.

TE Austin Hooper, Stanford -- The latest in a long line of Stanford tight ends to move on to the NFL.

OLB Myles Jack, UCLA -- Injury concerns prevented Jack from going near the top of the draft, but he doesn’t figure to last much longer.

OT Kyle Murphy, Stanford -- Murphy played alongside Garnett to give Stanford one of the most dominant left sides in college football.

RB Paul Perkins, UCLA -- Perkins is a tough, reliable back who should be valuable in a three-back rotation for years to come.

OG Christian Westerman, Arizona State -- Westerman started 25 games at left guard after transferring from Auburn. Has the size/speed combination to start early in his NFL career.

ILB Scooby Wright III, Arizona -- Some NFL team is going to realize his tape speaks louder than his combine numbers.