Pac-12 Networks to air all-day marathons dedicated to NFL draft prospects Justin Herbert, Laviska Shenault Jr., Brandon Aiyuk and Jacob Eason, starting this Sunday on Pac-12 Network

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Sunday’s programming features highlights from Oregon’s Justin Herbert’s four-year career
SAN FRANCISCO - Pac-12 Networks is set to air all-day marathons featuring Oregon’s Justin Herbert, Colorado’s Laviska Shenault Jr., Arizona State’s Brandon Aiyuk and Washington’s Jacob Eason, all of whom are projected to be early selections in the upcoming NFL Draft. Each marathon begins at 6 a.m. PT / 7 a.m. MT on Pac-12 Network, and features replays of select games from throughout each prospect’s career in condensed format. A full programming schedule for each marathon can be found here.
The marathon begins on Sunday with the best of Justin Herbert, spanning his storied four-year career with the Ducks. The local product is the program’s all-time leader in completions, and finished second in Oregon history with 95 touchdown passes and 10,541 passing yards. This past season he earned Rose Bowl Offensive MVP honors after leading Oregon to its third-straight Rose Bowl victory.
Monday’s marathon features Laviska Shenault Jr. highlights, beginning at 6 a.m. PT / 7 a.m. MT with his 127-yard, two touchdown performance against Arizona State in 2018. That season, the then-sophomore set 12 school records, including one for most 10-reception games in a season with five, while accumulating five games with at least 100 receiving yards. After three seasons for the Buffs, Shenault ranks eighth in career receptions with 145 and 11th in receiving yards with 1,900.
Forks up on Tuesday for highlights featuring Pac-12 First Team selection Brandon Aiyuk from this past season. The Associated Press Third Team All-American recorded 1,192 receiving yards in 2019 and ranked second in the FBS in yards after the catch with 710. The special teams standout racked up 1,870 all-purpose yards this season to rank sixth nationally, and was the only player in the country to record at least 200 yards on both punt and kick returns.
Husky fans can join the fun as Jacob Eason highlights fill a busy Wednesday. The Lake Stevens, WA, native made an instant impact for the Huskies this season, leading the team to a pair of wins over ranked teams and finishing the year with 3,132 passing yards, which is the fourth-highest total in Washington single-season history. Eason threw for over 300 yards and four touchdowns in two contests, both of which can be relived on Wednesday.
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