The 2023 NFL Draft concluded on Saturday with Rounds 4-7. The Pac-12 finished with a total of 27 players selected across the seven rounds and Oregon led the way with six picks.

Five Pac-12 programs went into the final day of the draft without a single player off the board in the first three rounds — Arizona, Arizona State, California, Colorado, and Washington.

Arizona went without a draft pick for the second consecutive year and the third time in the last four years. The Wildcats haven’t had a pick in the first three rounds since 2012.

Washington also went 0-for in the draft. However, anyone who had a decision to make on entering the NFL Draft or returning for another year in Seattle elected to come back to Washington. There’s quite a bit of talent that will likely make its way into the early rounds of next year’s draft.

Still, UW’s empty draft this year broke a streak of 13 straight years with a draft pick. The Huskies also had enjoyed multiple draft picks in nine consecutive years, another streak that will come to an end.

Here’s who had the most picks total across the 3 days:

  • Oregon (6)
  • Stanford (5)
  • USC (4)
  • UCLA (4)
  • Utah (3)
  • Oregon State (2)
  • Washington State (1)
  • Cal (1)
  • Arizona State (1)
  • Arizona
  • Washington
  • Colorado

And below you can find every Pac-12 player taken on Day 3 of the draft.

Round 4

  • Clark Phillips III, Utah (No. 113, Atlanta Falcons)
  • Braeden Daniels, Utah (No. 118, Washington Commanders)
  • Jon Gaines II, UCLA (No. 122, Arizona Cardinals)

Round 5

  • Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA (No. 140, Cleveland Browns)
  • Atonio Mafi, UCLA (No. 144, New England Patriots)
  • Noah Sewell, Oregon (No. 148, Chicago Bears)
  • Kyu Blu Kelly, Stanford (No. 157, Baltimore Ravens)
  • Daniel Scott, California (No. 158, Indianapolis Colts)

Round 6

  • Tanner McKee, Stanford (No. 188, Philadelphia Eagles)
  • Elijah Higgins, Stanford (No. 197, Miami Dolphins)
  • Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, Oregon (No. 199, Baltimore Ravens)

Round 7

  • Andrew Vorhees, USC (No. 229, Baltimore Ravens)
  • Nesta Jade Silvera, Arizona State (No. 231, Las Vegas Raiders)
  • Jordon Riley, Oregon (No. 243, New York Giants)
  • Alex Austin, Oregon State (No. 252, Buffalo Bills)
  • Alex Forsyth, Oregon (No. 257, Denver Broncos)
  • Kendall Williamson, Stanford (No. 258, Chicago Bears)