QB Trevone Boykin Sr. TCU
RB Ezekiel Elliott Jr. Ohio State
RB Nick Chubb So. Georgia
WR Rashard Higgins Jr. Colorado State
WR Tyler Boyd Jr. Pittsburgh
TE Evan Engram Jr. Mississippi
OL Ronnie Stanley Sr. Notre Dame
OL Laremy Tunsil Jr. Mississippi
OL Taylor Decker Sr. Ohio State
OL Vadal Alexander Sr. LSU
OL Spencer Drango Sr. Baylor
DL Joey Bosa Jr. Ohio State
DL Robert Nkemdiche Jr. Mississippi
DL A'Shawn Robinson Jr. Alabama
DL Shawn Oakman Sr. Baylor
LB Scooby Wright Jr. Arizona
Nothing needs to be said about this guy to justify his spot. He cleaned up during award season last year and now looks like he has the potential to have the best career of any Pac-12 defensive player in the history of the conference if he does well enough as a junior.
LB Jaylon Smith Jr. Notre Dame
LB Leonard Floyd Jr. Georgia
DB Vernon Hargreaves Jr. Florida
DB Jalen Ramsey Jr. Florida State
DB Kendall Fuller Jr. Virginia Tech
DB Tony Conner Jr. Mississippi
K Roberto Aguayo Jr. Florida State
P Tom Hackett Sr. Utah
The Australian has a great chance to win back-to-back Ray Guy Awards.
R Jeremy Ross So. Oklahoma
QB Connor Cook Sr. Michigan State
RB James Conner Jr. Pittsburgh
RB Derrick Henry Jr. Alabama
WR Corey Coleman Jr. Baylor
WR Josh Doctson Sr. TCU
TE O.J. Howard Jr. Alabama
OL Jack Conklin Jr. Michigan State
OL Pat Elflein Jr. Ohio State
OL Ryan Kelly Sr. Alabama
OL Max Tuerk Sr. USC
Tuerk is the anchor of the USC offense and is in line for a ton of accolades if he can lead the Trojans to the huge year that is expected of them. He has been a rock for the Trojans for all of their ups and downs the past year and by far the conference's best offensive lineman who hasn't had injury issues recently.
OL Le'Raven Clark Sr. Texas Tech
DL Shilique Calhoun Sr. Michigan State
DL Myles Garrett So. Texas A&M
DL DeForest Buckner Sr. Oregon
Buckner was a big part of why the underrated Oregon defense held up so well against most of the Pac-12. The 6'7 290 monster is the anchor of the Duck defense and would be a slam dunk first team All-American on a lot of years, but this year is just insanely deep on the defensive line nationally.
DL Chris Jones Jr. Mississippi State
LB Myles Jack Jr. UCLA
Jack's hype suffered a little last year after not playing much offense, but I think this is the year he explodes as a pure linebacker. Expect his stats to go way up with Eric Kendricks off to the NFL as well.
LB Su'a Cravens Jr. USC
Cravens probably takes over Shaq Thompson's role as the Pac-12's most versatile defender as a guy who could be an All-American at linebacker or safety. Expect his tackles and plays in the backfield to go up as a more full-time linebacker in 2015.
LB Darron Lee So. Ohio State
DB Cameron Sutton Jr. Tennessee
DB Zack Sanchez Jr. Oklahoma
DB Jeremy Cash Sr. Duke
DB Karl Joseph Sr. West Virginia
K Andy Phillips Jr. Utah
Might be a shoe-in for first team if it weren't for a guy named Aguayo. Phillips is going to leave Utah with a room full of accolades as one of the nation's best kickers.
P J.K. Scott So. Alabama
R De'Mornay Pierson-El So. Nebraska
QB Cardale Jones Jr. Ohio State
RB Samajie Perine So. Oklahoma
RB Leonard Fournette So. LSU
WR LaQuon Treadwell Jr. Mississippi
WR Duke Williams Sr. Auburn
TE Hunter Henry Jr. Arkansas
OL Denver Kirkland Jr. Arkansas
OL Landon Turner Sr. North Carolina
OL Dan Voltz Jr. Wisconsin
OL Jack Allen Sr. Michigan State
OL Kyle Murphy Sr. Stanford
Just another All-American tackle at Stanford who is big, strong and perfect for their scheme. Murphy will take over for Andrus Peat as the Cardinal's best offensive lineman and will assuredly batter a lot of defensive fronts around the Pac-12 in 2015.
DL Emmanuel Ogbah Jr. Oklahoma State
DL Adolphus Washington Sr. Ohio State
DL Anthony Zettel Sr. Penn State
DL Andrew Billings Jr. Baylor
LB Reggie Ragland Sr. Alabama
LB Eric Striker Sr. Oklahoma
LB Kyler Fackrell Sr. Utah State
DB Vonn Bell Jr. Ohio State
DB Jalen Mills Sr. LSU
DB KeiVarae Russell Sr. Notre Dame
DB Max Redfield Jr. Notre Dame
K Brad Craddock Sr. Maryland
P Austin Rehkow Jr. Idaho
R Adoree Jackson So. USC
Jackson is going to become a three-way star for the Trojans and is easily the Pac-12's best return man.
QB Dak Prescott Sr. Mississippi State
RB Devontae Booker Sr. Utah
The Pac-12 is loaded with great running backs and Booker is the best of them. He is going to be everything for the Utes offense in 2015.
RB Paul Perkins Jr. UCLA
Perkins blew up at the end of 2014, especially in the Alamo Bowl and is one of the best running backs in the nation who isn't a household name.
WR Leonte Caroo Sr. Rutgers
WR Pharoh Cooper Jr. South Carolina
TE Josiah Price Jr. Michigan State
OL Tyler Johnstone Sr. Oregon
Johnstone sadly missed all of 2014 with an injury, but if he can come back 100 percent, he is a legitimate first team candidate. He could more than fill the void left my Jake Fisher.
OL Isaac Seumalo Jr. Oregon State
Another injury tragedy, Seumalo could be the best offensive lineman in the country if healthy. However, his health is still a question going into the season after missing all of 2014.
OL Jake Brendel Sr. UCLA
Brendel has been a rock for the Bruins for years and this is his ultimate year to shine as a senior. He should really be helped by a young line coming of age around him.
OL Greg Pyke Jr. Georgia
OL Nick Martin Sr. Notre Dame
DL Kenny Clark Jr. UCLA
Clark turned into a monster as a sophomore and is a game changer at defensive tackle. He can really hold up against the run and get in the backfield and make plays as well.
DL Jordan Jenkins Sr. Georgia
DL Sheldon Day Sr. Notre Dame
DL Carl Lawson Jr. Auburn
LB Kris Frost Sr. Auburn
LB Curt Maggitt Sr. Tennessee
LB Kentrell Brothers Sr. Missouri
DB Tre'Davious White Jr. LSU
DB Eddie Jackson Jr. Alabama
DB Brandon Facyson So. Virginia Tech
DB Michael Caputo Sr. Wisconsin
K Zane Gonzalez Jr. Arizona State
Gonzalez has been stuck behind Andy Phillips his entire career, but is still one of the best kickers in the country.
P Cameron Johnstone So. Ohio State
R Jalin Marshall So. Ohio State