QB Anu Solomon Arizona
Solomon had an excellent year as a first-year starter for Arizona, arguably elevating the Wildcat offense above what it was with B.J. Denker while leading them to the South title.
RB Royce Freeman Oregon
Freeman was arguably the conference's best running back as a true freshman and assuredly has huge things ahead of him the rest of his college career.
RB Nick Wilson Arizona
Similar to Freeman, Wilson did a great job of filling Ka'Deem Carey's huge shoes and will be a monster in Rich Rodriguez' offense the next couple of years.
WR Devon Allen Oregon
Allen exploded early for the Ducks with a huge game against Michigan State and excelled as their big-play receiver throughout 2014.
WR Juju Smith USC
Smith was fantastic as a speedy compliment to Nelson Agholor.
TE Austin Hooper Stanford
Stanford has that thing where they list players by their academic year, so technically Hooper is a sophomore, but he is basically a redshirt freshman and maybe the best tight end in the conference.
OL Tyrell Crosby Oregon
Crosby got fed to the first early due to injuries on the Oregon offensive line and he quickly showed that he is going to be the next great Duck lineman.
OL Toa Lobendahn USC
Lobendahn excelled as part of a very young USC offensive line that should be very impressive a couple years from now.
OL Viane Talamaivao USC
OL Khaliel Rodgers USC
OL Salesi Uhatafe Utah
A starter for an underrated Utah front.
DL Lowell Lotulelei Utah
Quickly starting to look like he can be in the realm of skill of his brother Star.
DL Derek McCartney Colorado
McCartney's ability to quickly become effective on the edge for the Buffs helped them improve on the field in 2014.
DL Tashon Smallwood Arizona State
Quickly helped the Sun Devils transition effectively on defense after losing almost all of their starters from 2013.
DL Vilis Fauonuku Utah
The scary thing about Utah's excellent defensive front is how young it is outside of Nate Orchard.
LB D.J. Calhoun Arizona State
The best of a number of promising freshmen who made an impact on Arizona State's defense this season.
LB Peter Kalambayi Stanford
Another "Stanford sophomore" who fits the mold of big, athletic linebackers that can rush the quarterback.
LB Keishawn Bierria Washington
A smaller linebacker that made plays all over the field for Washington in 2014 who filled in a lot for Shaq Thompson when he played offense.
DB Adoree Jackson USC
Jackson lived up to the high expectations he had coming out of high school.
DB Jaleel Wadood UCLA
Stepped in and became a budding star in a UCLA secondary that is crowded with young talent.
DB Sidney Jones Washington
Became Washington's number one cornerback after Marcus Peters was dismissed and grew into a very promising starter by the end of the season.
DB Budda Baker Washington
Started nearly from day one for the Huskies and regularly showed why he will be a star by the time he leaves Seattle.
R Adoree Jackson USC
Jackson has been best as a return man thus far.
QB Luke Rebenzer Cal
RB Lavon Coleman Washington
RB Demario Richard Arizona State
WR Jordan Villamin Oregon State
WR Darren Carrington Oregon
TE Bryce Dixon USC
OL Fred Lauina Oregon State
OL Conor McDermott UCLA
OL Casey Tucker Stanford
OL Cole Madison Washington State
OL Coleman Shelton Washington
DL Filipo Mokofisi Utah
DL Christian Shaver Colorado
DL Tony Mekari Cal
DL Elijah Qualls Washington
LB Peyton Pelleur Washington State
LB Kenny Young UCLA
LB Devante Downs Cal
DB Darius Lemora Washington State
DB Armand Perry Arizona State
DB Charleton White Washington State
DB Jarvis McCall Arizona
R Dante Pettis Washington