QB Marcus Mariota So. Oregon
Mariota didn't have a great November, but he had about as strong of September and Octobers as any quarterback in the conference has ever had.
RB Bishop Sankey Jr. Washington
Sankey does nothing but carry a heavy load, rack up yards and touchdowns, and despite what people might say, he breaks big runs just about as much as back out there.
RB Ka'Deem Carey Jr. Arizona
Maybe the best running back in the entire country, just another great year of unbelievable production for Carey.
WR Brandin Cooks Jr. Oregon State
Cooks quietly had the best season of any receiver in the nation statistically and was almost like a running back with how much the Beavers used him.
WR Paul Richardson Jr. Colorado
A great bounce back season for Richardson who would have gotten a ton of national exposure if he played for a better team.
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins Jr. Washington
A lot has been made of Seferian-Jenkins' reduced production, but he still finished with arguably better stats than any other tight end in the conference.
OL David Yankey Sr. Stanford
Stanford generally seems to always have the best offensive lineman in the conference and this year is no different.
OL Xavier Su'a-Filo Jr. UCLA
Su'a-Filo really stepped up while surrounded with youth and injuries and was a true leader for the Bruins up front.
OL Hroniss Grasu Jr. Oregon
Grasu is the point man for the Ducks' prolific run game and the best center in the conference, if not the country.
OL Andrus Peat So. Stanford
Peat is a physical freak with top overall draft pick potential.
OL Evan Finkenberg Sr. Arizona State
DL Leonard Williams So. USC
Another top NFL Draft pick guy who is the main reason the Trojan defense was so stingy this season.
DL Will Sutton Sr. Arizona State
Sutton didn't put up the gaudy stats that he did last year, but he still made his presence felt by how much of an impact he made by drawing blockers and helping his teammates.
DL Trevor Reilly Sr. Utah
Reilly was a big reason why the Utes were so tough on defense as he was adept at getting into the backfield and snuffing out plays.
DL Scott Crichton Jr. Oregon State
Probably the best pure pass-rusher on the defensive line in the Pac-12 even if the defense around him wasn't strong.
LB Anthony Barr Sr. UCLA
Barr once again was probably very, very close to winning Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year. He probably frustrated opposing quarterbacks more than anyone else in the conference.
LB Trent Murphy Sr. Stanford
Murphy was so devastating to offenses that I heard some people suggesting well-deserved Heisman consideration for him.
LB Shayne Skov Sr. Stanford
The fact that I would have Skov as my third choice for best linebacker in the Pac-12 shows that it was probably the strongest year ever in the conference for the position. He was also the vocal leader of Stanford's incredible defense.
DB Deone Bucannon Sr. Washington State
Maybe my favorite player in the conference this year, Bucannon might be the biggest hitter in the country and is a deadly ball hawk.
DB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu Jr. Oregon
He might not have had as many interceptions as he has had in the past, but that's because teams knew not to even challenge him. Also, he might be the nation's best cornerback in run support.
DB Alden Darby Sr. Arizona State
A guy who is a bit under-the-radar but a fantastic all-around safety.
DB Rashaad Reynold Sr. Oregon State
Senior leader who led the conference in interceptions.
K Travis Coons Sr. Washington
Only missed one field goal all season.
P Tom Hackett So. Utah
I don't know too much about rating punters, so I go with whoever has the best average.
RS Ty Montgomery Jr. Stanford
Montgomery was a threat to take a kick all the way back literally every time he got it and he pretty much beat Washington all by himself with his return skills.
QB Taylor Kelly Jr. Arizona State
Kelly put up great stats, led the Sun Devils to the South title and was deadly to defenses with his dual-threat abilities.
RB Tyler Gaffney Sr. Stanford
A fantastic back to not make first team, Gaffney was a battering ram that carried the Cardinal offense on his back.
RB Marion Grice Sr. Arizona State
Same thing as Gaffney, a testament to the out of this world strength of the running back position in the Pac-12 that Grice isn't first team as he is the best pass-catching back in the entire country.
WR Josh Huff Sr. Oregon
One of the most underrated players in the conference, Huff finally was healthy for an entire season and was a great deep threat and touchdown machine.
WR Jaelen Strong So. Arizona State
Outside of Cooks, no receiver may have been able to take over a game in the conference as well as Strong did at times.
TE Chris Coyle Sr. Arizona State
The most consistent of any tight end in the Pac-12.
OL Khalil Wilkes Sr. Stanford
The center man (literally) of the best offensive line in the conference, glad that he is starting to get some recognition.
OL Marcus Martin Jr. USC
A mountain of an offensive linemen that is a big reason why whoever lined up in the backfield for the Trojans seemed to rack up yards.
OL Cameron Fleming Sr. Stanford
Just another stalwart on the Cardinal offensive line.
OL Jamil Douglas Jr. Arizona State
An athletic lineman that teamed with Finkenberg for a great season.
OL Dexter Charles So. Washington
Charles is a big part of why Sankey ran for so many yards. One of the best young linemen in the conference.
DL Devon Kennard Sr. USC
Another great player who bounced back from an injury and had an amazing season, teamed with Williams to make the Trojans‘ defensive line one of the best in the nation.
DL Taylor Hart Sr. Oregon
Hart didn't put up the numbers that he did last season, but was still the best player up front for the Ducks and a versatile playmaker.
DL Hau'oli Kikaha Jr. Washington
Add another to the returning from injury studs as Kikaha was a sack machine that was perpetually after quarterbacks.
DL Davon Coleman Sr. Arizona State
A key cog of Arizona State's nightmare front seven on defense that was their best pass-rusher this season.
LB Carl Bradford Jr. Arizona State
Would usually make first team in a usual year, but regardless was a force to be reckened with all season and an excellent pass-rusher.
LB Hayes Pullard Jr. USC
The centerpiece of USC's killer defense, a tough playmaker in the middle.
LB Chris Young Sr. Arizona State
An underrated player that used his speed to make plays all over the field and limit opponents in the flats.
DB Marcus Peters So. Washington
Tempted to put him on first team, I'm sure he will be next year.
DB Robert Nelson Sr. Arizona State
Tied for the lead in interceptions in the league with the other Nelson and Reynolds.
DB Steven Nelson Jr. Oregon State
See Robert Nelson.
DB Ed Reynolds Sr. Stanford
Reynolds fell off a bit because he didn't get the interceptions that he had in 2012.
K Zane Gonzalez Fr. Arizona State
Incredibly accurate and prolific in Arizona State's offense.
P Cole Leininger So. Cal
Same as Hackett, great average per-punt.
RS Nelson Agholar So. USC
Narrowly edged out Bralon Addison.
QB Brett Hundley So. UCLA
RB Byron Marshall So. Oregon
RB Javorious Allen So. USC
WR Ty Montgomery Jr. Stanford
WR Dres Anderson Jr. Utah
TE Jake Murphy Jr. Utah
OL Kevin Danser Sr. Stanford
OL Isaac Seumalo So. Oregon State
OL Max Tuerk So. USC
OL Tyler Johnstone So. Oregon
OL Kevin Graf Sr. USC
DL Henry Anderson Sr. Stanford
DL Cassius Marsh Sr. UCLA
DL Danny Shelton Jr. Washington
DL Tenny Palepoi Sr. Utah
LB Marquis Flowers Sr. Arizona
LB Derrick Malone Jr. Oregon
LB Jason Whittingham So. Utah
DB Dion Bailey Jr. USC
DB Osahon Irabor Sr. Arizona State
DB Damante Horton Sr. Washington State
DB Jared Tevis Jr. Arizona
K Vincenzo D'Amato Sr. Cal
P Sean Covington Fr. UCLA
RS Bralon Addison So. Oregon