- Kyle Bonagura, ESPN Staff Writer
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We're taking a look at a player from each Pac-12 team who could step into the spotlight in 2014.
Spotlight: LB Jason Whittingham, Jr.
2013 summary: In 10 games, Whittingham ranked second on the team with 81 tackles.
The skinny: Utah loses defensive standouts DE/OLB Trevor Reilly, DL Tenny Palepoi and CB Keith McGill, which leaves a potential leadership void on that side of the ball. After making 81 tackles as a sophomore and landing on the all-Pac-12 honorable mention list, Whittingham will likely be called on to fill it. Whittingham, who is head coach Kyle Whittingham's nephew, was originally expected to move to defensive end after starting six games as a middle linebacker in 2012. Another player to keep an eye on is receiver Dres Anderson, who is setup for a big senior year after catching 53 passes for 1,0002 yards. He'll be one of the conference's best returning receivers.