Washington: Travis Coons ranked last in the Pac-12 with 39.8 yards per punt, and it's likely he will concentrate on his kicking competition with Cameron Van Winkle. Korey Durkee or Colorado transfer Zach Grossnickle will compete for the punting duties.
Stanford: Junior Ben Rhyne and redshirt freshman Contrad Ukropina are competing for the job. Rhyne punted nine times last year, averaging 41.1 yards per kick.
Utah: Tom Hackett averaged 38.9 yards on 25 punts last year filling in for Sean Sellwood.
UCLA: Jeff Locke was one of the nation's best punters throughout his UCLA career, which is why he was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings. The hope is touted freshman Sean Covington immediately steps into a strong punting tradition.
USC: Sophomore Kris Albarado is the favorite to win the job after the departure of Kyle Negrete.
Arizona State: Freshman Matt Haack is expected to replace Josh Hubner, a 2012 Ray Guy semifinalist who led the conference with 47.1 yards per boot. A rugby-style punter, Haack also is a good enough athlete to see action at receiver.
Arizona: Sophomore walkon Drew Riggleman will compete with freshman walkon Bret Miller to replace Kyle Dugandzic.