QB Marcus Mariota So. Oregon
Mariota is the out-of-this-world Heisman frontrunner who magically has yet to throw an interception while throwing touchdowns and leading the conference's best team. Oh, and he has rushing stats that would be among the best in the conference if he was a running back.
RB Bishop Sankey Jr. Washington
Sankey leads the nation in rushing yards and is up there in touchdowns too. He has literally put the Husky on his back most of the season and is the biggest reason why they are 4-2.
RB Marion Grice Sr. Arizona State
Grice already has 15 touchdowns halfway through the season, that's a good number for a quarterback. He's also maybe the best pass-catching back in the nation.
WR Brandin Cooks Jr. Oregon State
Cooks is leading the nation in every major receiving category, and not only is he leading them, he's leading them by a lot.
WR Paul Richardson Jr. Colorado
Richardson has already sewn up the comeback player of the year award and looking like the best receiver in the conference after Cooks.
TE Connor Hamlett Jr. Oregon State
Hamlett leads Pac-12 tight ends in touchdowns and is close to leading them in yards too.
OL David Yankey Sr. Stanford
Yankey came into a season as one of the nation's best offensive linemen and an All-American and has lived up to it.
OL Hroniss Grasu Jr. Oregon
Grasu is the center of what is maybe the nation's best offensive line and spearheads their deadly running game.
OL Xavier Su'a-Filo Jr. UCLA
A lot like the guys above him, Su'a-Filo came into the season with high expectations and has fulfilled them while leading a healthy UCLA run game.
OL Jake Fisher Jr. Oregon
Fisher has a lot of nasty and is the guy who frequently pulls and leads the Ducks' runs.
OL Tyler Johnstone So. Oregon
Very similar to Fisher, Johnstone is also a big part of why Mariota receives little to no pressure.
DE Scott Crichton Jr. Oregon State
Crichton is among the leaders in sacks and tackles-for-loss in the conference and the leader of an improving Beaver defense.
DE Tony Washington Jr. Oregon
It seems like the Ducks grow pass-rushing defense ends in Eugene on trees and Washington is the next one in line.
DT Leonard Williams So. USC
William's has taken over the crown as the best overall defensive lineman in the conference with his unbelievable athleticism.
DT Wade Keliikipi Sr. Oregon
The Ducks once again have a much better run defense than people thought they would and Keliikipi is a big part of that - literally and figuratively.
LB Anthony Barr Sr. UCLA
Barr has looked every bit the part of the All-American, Top 10 draft pick, superfreak that he was last season in 2013.
LB Trent Murphy Sr. Stanford
He might be the scariest player in the Pac-12 and one of the best hybrid type defenders to play in the conference in a while.
LB Shayne Skov Sr. Stanford
Skov has long been one of the best linebackers in the country and his ability to play with fire has been crucial in holding down the middle of the Stanford defense.
CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu Jr. Oregon
Teams know now to not try and challenge the talented junior that much so he doesn't have as many interceptions and passes defended as he used to but he's still the best corner in the conference.
CB Steven Nelson Jr. Oregon State
One of the biggest surprises on the team as most thought that Rashaad Reynolds was the better of the Beavers' cornerbacks, but Nelson leads the conference in interceptions.
S Deone Bucannon Sr. Washington State
Maybe my favorite player in the conference this year, Bucannon is far and away the best safety in the conference and best hitter.
S Ed Reynolds Sr. Stanford
Reynolds isn't grabbing as many interceptions as he did in 2012, but he's still racking up tackles.
K Andy Phillips Fr. Utah
The talented freshman made a number of mid-season All-American teams.
P Tom Hackett So. Utah
Leads the conference in average yards-per-punt.
ST Ty Montgomery Jr. Stanford
Already returned two kicks for touchdowns and basically gave the Cardinal their biggest win of the season over Washington with his return abilities.
QB Sean Mannion Jr. Oregon State
RB Ka'Deem Carey Jr. Arizona
RB Tyler Gaffney Sr. Stanford
WR Dres Anderson Jr. Utah
WR Jaelen Strong So. Arizona State
TE Chris Coyle Sr. Arizona State
OL Max Tuerk So. USC
OL Jeremiah Poutasi So. Utah
OL Dexter Charles So. Washington
OL Cameron Fleming Jr. Stanford
OL Ben Riva Jr. Washington
DE Keenan Graham Sr. UCLA
DE Devon Kennard Sr. USC
DT Ioane Gauta Sr. Washington State
DT Danny Shelton Jr. Washington
LB Eric Kendricks Jr. UCLA
LB Carl Bradford Jr. Arizona State
LB John Timu Jr. Washington
CB Terrence Mitchell Jr. Oregon
CB Rashaad Reynolds Sr. Oregon State
S Sean Parker Sr. Washington
S Tra'Mayne Bondurant Jr. Arizona
K Vicenzo D'Amato Sr. Cal
P Cole Leininger So. Cal
ST Bralon Addison So. Oregon