QB Deshaun Watson So. Clemson
RB Christian McCaffrey So. Stanford - He was Mr. Everything in 2015 as one of the best overall players I can ever remember in college football. He gets my vote for Heisman. That is, if I had a vote for Heisman.
RB Derrick Henry Jr. Alabama
WR Corey Coleman Jr. Baylor
WR Josh Doctson Sr. TCU
TE Hunter Henry Jr. Arkansas
OL Jack Conklin Jr. Michigan State
OL Joshua Garnett Sr. Stanford - Garnett turned into the nation's best guard as a senior and is the next in line of Stanford All-American linemen. Maybe the best run blocker in the country.
OL Ryan Kelly Sr. Alabama
OL Taylor Decker Sr. Ohio State
OL Spencer Drango Sr. Baylor
DL DeForest Buckner Sr. Oregon - The most-dominant defensive lineman in the Pac-12 and maybe the nation. No defensive player was more valuable to their team.
DL Shaq Lawson Jr. Clemson
DL Carl Nassib Sr. Penn State
DL Andrew Billings Jr. Baylor
LB Jaylon Smith Jr. Notre Dame
LB Reggie Ragland Sr. Alabama
LB Kentrell Brothers Sr. Missouri
DB Desmond King Jr. Iowa
DB Jalen Ramsey Jr. Florida State
DB Zack Sanchez Jr. Oklahoma
DB Jeremy Cash Sr. Duke
K Garrett Schwettman Sr. Western Kentucky
P Tom Hackett Sr. Utah - Wraps up his career as the nation's best punter.
R Morgan Burns Sr. Kansas State
QB Baker Mayfield Jr. Oklahoma
RB Ezekiel Elliott Jr. Ohio State
RB Leonard Fournette So. LSU
WR Gabe Marks Jr. Washington State - One of the nation's most consistent receivers and a deadly weapon in the red zone. Marks is far from a system receiver as well as it was evident how big of a jolt his return provided the Cougar air attack after sitting out in 2014.
WR Roger Lewis So. Bowling Green
TE Jaylen Samuels So. NCState
OL Jack Allen Sr. Michigan State
OL Joe Dahl Sr. Washington State - Possibly the best pass blocker in the nation. Dahl stood up in Washington State's system and rarely let his defender affect the quarterback at all.
OL Kyle Murphy Sr. Stanford - Just another mauling tackle for the Cardinal. The senior took care of business on the up front edge for Stanford all season and keyed a nasty run game.
OL Tyler Johnstone Sr. Oregon - One of the best comeback stories of the year, Johnstone bounced back from two knee injuries that kept him out in 2014 and led the Oregon offensive line to countless rushing yards and nice pass protection.
OL Matt Skura Sr. Duke
DL Sheldon Day Sr. Notre Dame
DL A'Shawn Robinson Jr. Alabama
DL Emmanuel Ogbah Jr. Oklahoma State
DL Myles Garrett So. Texas A&M
LB Tyler Matekevich Sr. Temple
LB Blake Martinez Sr. Stanford - The last of the intimidators in the front of the Stanford defense, Martinez was huge in keeping a rebuilding Stanford defense together. He was a tackling machine that was near the nation in tackles.
LB Gionni Paul Sr. Utah - One of my favorite pure football players in the country. Paul always seemed to be near the ball and was a big play linebacker that created a lot of turnovers.
DB Vernon Hargreaves Jr. Florida
DB Jourdan Lewis Jr. Michigan
DB Marcus Maye Jr. Florida
DB Quin Blanding So. Virginia
K Zach Matics Sr. Appalachian State
P Drew Kaser Sr. Texas A&M
R Cyrus Jones Sr. Alabama
QB Trevone Boykin Sr. TCU
RB Dalvin Cook So. Florida State
RB Royce Freeman So. Oregon - Freeman ran for more than 1,700 and a ton of touchdowns without the usual speed of the Oregon offense and without a real running threat at quarterback. He is the best pure running back the Ducks have maybe ever had.
WR Sterling Shepard Sr. Oklahoma
WR Juju Smith-Schuster So. USC - Might have the best physical skills of any receiver in the nation and put them to good use in a breakout season. He had more than 1,000 yards receiving and double digit touchdowns as the best part of the USC offense.
TE Jake Butt Jr. Michigan
OL Joe Thurey Sr. NCState
OL Vadal Alexander Sr. LSU
OL Le'Raven Clark Sr. Texas Tech
OL Pat Elflein Sr. Ohio State
OL Roderick Johnson So. Florida State
DL Joey Bosa Jr. Ohio State
DL Shilique Calhoun Sr. Michigan State
DL Jonathan Allen Jr. Alabama
DL Yannick Ngakoue Jr. Maryland
LB Joe Schobert Sr. Wisconsin
LB Anthony Walker So. Northwestern
LB Antonio Longino Sr. Arizona State - One of the nation's best pure pass rushers, he had nearly 20 tackles for-loss and 10 sacks in 2015. He would regularly completely change the way opposing offenses had to operate with his pressure.
DB Damontae Kazee Jr. San Diego State
DB Eddie Jackson Jr. Alabama
DB Jabril Peppers Fr. Michigan
DB William Likely Jr. Maryland
K Conrad Ukropina Sr. Stanford - Near the top of the nation in field goal percentage and made maybe the biggest kick of the year nationally to beat Notre Dame.
P Dalton Schamp Jr. Florida Atlantic
R Evan Berry So. Tennessee
QB - Pac-12 QBs - I had a hard time even selecting first-team, second-team All-Pac-12 QBs because of how tight the top layer of QBs in the conference were this year, so I am just going to give this spot to the five I considered - Jared Goff, Kevin Hogan, Luke Falk, Vernon Adams & Cody Kessler.
RB Alex Collins Jr. Arkansas
RB Donnel Pumphrey Jr. San Diego State
WR Will Fuller Jr. Notre Dame
WR Taywan Taylor Jr. Western Kentucky
TE Matt Weiser Sr. Buffalo
OL Sebastian Tretola Sr. Arkansas
OL Cam Robinson So. Alabama
OL Jake Brendel Sr. UCLA - A senior leader on the UCLA line that really stepped up this season. He wraps up an excellent career as a stalwart for the Bruins.
OL John Theus Sr. Georgia
OL Dan Feeney Jr. Indiana
DL Adolphus Washington Sr. Ohio State
DL Jonathan Bullard Sr. Florida
DL Kenny Clark Jr. UCLA - Clark was a nightmare over center for opponents. He stuffed the run and collapsed the pocket in the middle as well as anyone in the country this year.
DL Trey Hendrickson Jr. Florida Atlantic
LB Zach Cunningham So. Vanderbilt
LB Eric Striker Sr. Oklahoma
LB Salamo Fiso Jr. Arizona State - One of the best attacking linebackers around, Fiso always seemed to be in the opposing backfield. His ability to take the play head on was huge in run and pass defense all season.
DB Daryl Worley Jr. West Virginia
DB Shawun Larry So. Northern Illinois
DB Tre'Davious White Jr. LSU
DB Sidney Jones So. Washington - Jones was the toughest corner to throw against in the Pac-12 all year. He grabbed a few interceptions and his length gave him excellent range.
K Aidan Schneider So. Oregon - The Ducks finally have a good kicker and he is one of the best in the nation.
P Hayden Hunt Jr. Colorado State
R Devon Edwards Jr. Duke