|While more prominent Pac-12 offensive lineman and potential first-round picks like Southern Cal's Ryan Kalil, and the Stanford pair of Jonathan Martin and David DeCastro earned the headlines in the conference, Schwartz enjoyed a solid career as a four-year starter at California. He helped pave the way for three 1,000-yard Cal running backs - Isi Sofele, Shane Vereen and Jahvid Best - during his time in Berkeley. Schwartz earned all-Pac-10 honorable mention honors as a sophomore in 2009 after moving from left tackle to right. He switched back to the left side prior to his junior season and was rewarded with an all-conference second-team selection. As a senior, Schwartz started all 13 games at left tackle and worked his way up to gaining all-Pac-12 first-team recognition. Though his technique needs improvement, Schwartz is strong at the point attack. A tough, mature and intelligent athlete who showed versatility throughout college, Schwartz could hear his name called late in the second round or early third. The brother of Carolina Panthers offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz, the Golden Bear is likely to make his money in the NFL as a right tackle since he does not have the great overall size and technique to consistently man the left side of the line.