After redshirting during his true freshman season in 2016, Espinoza burst onto the scene last year, and he even started the final 2 games of the season at the SPUR, a spot he will likely be the starter at for most of 2018. Espinoza finished 2017 with 27 tackles, a tackle for loss, an interception, and a quarterback hurry. He led the team in tackles his final 2 games, recording 17 stops in his only starts of the year. His potential in 2018 and beyond will likely see him skyrocket up this listing the remainder of his career.

#21 Julio Lozano
#22 Chris Barrett
#23 Kevin Shaa
#24 David King
#25 Mitchell Hurtado
#26 Ethan Crawford
#27 Vincent Elefante
#28 Devin Pearson
#29 James Passmore
#30 Elisha Mitchell