USC could have 6-7 former Trojans drafted in this year's NFL Draft headlined by defensive lineman Leonard Williams. Here are some ideal fits for each player.
DL Leonard Williams: Leonard Williams should be the first defensive player drafted in this year's draft. He is a dominant defensive lineman that will be a starter from day one and all-pro in the future. I know the Titans are interested in drafting a quarterback but with Andrew Luck in the AFC South, you need to have players that can pressure the quarterback. Plugging Williams on the line alongside former USC standout Jurrell Casey will help solve one of the NFL's worst defenses in 2014.
WR Nelson Agholor: Agholor has shot up the draft boards in recent weeks, going from a day two or day three player a couple of weeks ago to possibly a first round draft pick. The Baltimore Ravens lost Torrey Smith to free agency in the offseason. Smith had been quarterback Joe Flacco's favorite target in the last four years and Agholor and Smith are similar built. They both are 6'0" and are deep threats. Agholor could be taken under Steven Smith Sr.'s wing and become a solid NFL wide receiver.
CB Josh Shaw: The interesting case of Josh Shaw. If he didn't have his off the field incident during the 2014 season, Shaw could be a first round pick. After being suspended for most of the year, Shaw returned for the UCLA game and was named the Defensive MVP of the Holiday Bowl. His 6'0" 200 pound frame is ideal for a nickel corner in the NFL and the Detroit Lions are in need of one. Shaw could start from day one or learn from NFL veteran Rashean Mathis.
RB Javorius Allen: All Javorius "Buck" Allen did this year was run for 1,489 yards and 11 touchdowns. Allen had at least 100 rushing yards in nine games and also added 41 receptions for 458 yards and a touchdown. The Dallas Cowboys are thin at running back after losing DeMarco Murray. They signed Darren McFadden in the offseason but Allen could help improve the running game. He is also is a good pass blocker and could steal some touches in his first year in the league.
LB Hayes Pullard: Hayes Pullard has played in every game in the last three seasons. He led the Trojans with 95 tackles in the 2014 season and was one of the team's captains. Pullard isn't the biggest linebacker but he always finds himself involved in every play. The Cleveland Browns were the worst rush defense in the NFL last year and their 3-4 defensive scheme would fit Pullard.
George Farmer, Randall Telfer, and Aundrey Walker will probably all go undrafted but could make an NFL team this summer. Farmer has the biggest upside with his hands and size but will have to show teams that he can stay healthy.