Found a gold mine. I missed the Stanford-USC game and just re-watched it.
Click on the guy's account, he has several games posted.
Stanford D vs. USC O
Player that most jumps out to me is #49 Ben Gardner, DE on Stanford. He is currently a junior, as a sophmore he made 2nd team PAC-12. Dude is a MENACE
Also QB Barkley does not look that good. At his interception at 11 minute mark, watch how he stares at the blitzer, turns his head and throws straight into coverage. Talk about rattling a QB. He looks undersized as well.
I think Marquise Lee might be better then Woods.
C Khaled Holmes looks great out there, the lone bright spot on USC's O-Line
OLB Chase Thomas looks to me like a mid rounder.
Stanford O vs. USC D
-Check out the block by TE Toilolo at about 2:35
-Stepfan Taylor reminds me of a slower version of Doug Martin
-TE Toilolo then with an outstanding catch at 4:40
-Want a night and day difference? compare Stanford's 2 guards to USC's 2 guards
-CB Nickell Robley is one heck of a player, but I think he is only like 5'7, a good example is at 7:45 he is too small to get off the block and play the screen
-S TJ McDonald's blitz forces an interception at 6:50, he had a decent game but I'd rather judge him against a more pass oriented team
-One of Stanford's guards I liked was #76 Kevin Danser, a junior, moves extremely well in space, he plays teh RG position DeCastro vacated
-Their center #64 also looks pretty good
-At about 12:50 you can see how they use Danser and Toilolo to execute a great screen pass
-I know a lot of people like Toilolo but I'm a bit down on his route running ability, it will be tough for him to make it as a recieving TE, but he looks like he will be in the NFL as a blocking TE and situational mis-match.
-TE Zach Ertz looks very fluid and comfortable running routes