Four All-American teams with a Pac-12-focus.
QB Jake Browning So. Washington - Browning had more than 40 touchdowns while leading his team to 11 regular season wins. Browning somehow was one of the nation’s most-prolific and most-efficient quarterbacks at the same time.
RB D’Onta Foreman Jr. Texas
RB Dalvin Cook Jr. Florida State
WR Dede Westbrook Sr. Oklahoma
WR John Ross Jr. Washington - Ross was the most-unstoppable player out West all season and probably in the whole country. He had more than 15 touchdowns with teams putting almost their entire defensive focus on him much of the season.
TE Jake Butt Sr. Michigan
OL Pat Elflein Sr. Ohio State
OL Ethan Pocic Sr. LSU
OL Cam Robinson Jr.
OL Connor Williams So. Texas
OL Chad Wheeler Sr. USC - His fourth year as a starter on the line for Wheeler, he solidified himself as an all-time Trojan great. He gave Sam Darnold great protection and was a monster in run blocking.
DL Jonathan Allen Sr. Alabama
DL Derek Barnett Jr. Tennessee
DL DeMarcus Walker Sr. Florida State
DL Myles Garrett Jr. Texas A&M
LB Tim Williams Sr. Alabama
LB Jabril Peppers Jr. Michigan
LB Reuben Foster Sr. Alabama
DB Sidney Jones Jr. Washington - I’m going straight-up Pac-12 for the first-team All-American defensive backs. Jones locked down half the field all season.
DB Chidobe Awuzie Sr. Colorado - He was the center of the stingy Colorado defense. A physical corner who locked down receivers all season.
DB Budda Baker Jr. Washington - The best range of any safety in the nation. He put it all together this season and turned into the nation’s best safety.
DB Adoree’ Jackson Jr. USC - Maybe the nation’s best athlete was impossible to throw against because of his closing speed.
K Zane Gonzalez Sr. Arizona State - Capped off an excellent career with a great season.
P JK Scott Jr. Alabama
R Adoree’ Jackson Jr. USC - Took back two kickoffs and two punts for scores.
QB Baker Mayfield Jr. Oklahoma
RB Donnel Pumphrey Sr. San Diego State
RB SaQuon barkley So. Penn State
WR Corey Davis Sr. Western Michigan
WR Mike Williams Jr. Clemson
TE Evan Engram Sr. Mississippi
OL Bill Price Jr. Ohio State
OL Tyler Orlosky Sr. West Virginia
OL Dorian Johnson Sr. Pittsburgh
OL Ryan Ramczyk Jr. Wisconsin
OL Dan Feeney Sr. Indiana
DL Ejuan Price Sr. Pittsburgh
DL Carl Lawson Jr. Auburn
DL Carlos Watkins Sr. Clemson
DL Arden Key So. LSU
LB Zach Cunningham Jr. Vanderbilt
LB Raekwon McMillan Jr. Ohio State
LB Jarrad Davis Sr. Florida
DB Jourdan Lewis Sr. Michigan
DB Malik Hooker So. Ohio State
DB Jalen Tabor Jr. Florida
DB Minkah Fitzpatrick So. Alabama
K Daniel Carlson Jr. Auburn
P Mitch Wishnowsky So. Utah - Wait...how did Utah replace the country’s best punter with the country’s best punter?
R Quadree Henderson So. Pittsburgh
QB Lamar Jackson So. Louisville
RB Jeremy McNichols Jr. Boise State
RB Christian McCaffrey Jr. Stanford - 1,600 plus yards rushing/receiving and 16 touchdowns. That’s a dream season for anyone other than McCaffrey.
WR Amba Etta-Tawo Sr. Syracuse
WR Chad Hansen Jr. Cal - Had his season limited with injuries and still put up the second-best stats of any receiver in the Pac-12.
TE Jordan Leggett Sr. Clemson
OL Roderick Johnson Jr. Florida State
OL Mason Cole Sr. Michigan
OL Mitch Hyatt So. Clemson
OL Erik Magnuson Sr. Michigan
OL Adam Bisnowaty Sr. Pittsburgh
DL Christian Wilkins So. Clemson
DL Hunter Dimick Sr. Utah - He got back healthy and dominated this year with 20 plus tackles for loss and 10 plus sacks.
DL Solomon Thomas Jr. Stanford - He was high on the board of the Pac-12 for tackles as a defensive tackle and was one of the best in the nation at making plays in the backfield.
DL Ed Oliver Fr. Houston
LB TJ Watt Jr. Wisconsin
LB Ben Boulware Sr. Clemson
LB Kendell Beckwith Sr. LSU
DB Desmond King Sr. Iowa
DB Tavarus McFadden So. Florida State
DB Tre’Davious White Sr. LSU
DB Marlon Humphrey So. Alabama
K Younghoe Koo Sr. Georgia Southern
P Johnny Townsend Jr. Florida
R Christian Kirk So. Texas A&M
QB Luke Falk Jr. Washington State - Another beautiful season by Falk. He filled up the stat sheet, led his team to a lot of wins and was efficient all the way.
RB Brian Hill Jr. Wyoming
RB Derrius Guice So. LSU
WR Gabe Marks Sr. Washington State - Falk’s favorite target was especially deadly in the red zone this season with more than 10 touchdown catches.
WR Dante Pettis Jr. Washington - Another red zone monster. Pettis has nearly 15 touchdown receptions and also threw one.
TE Michael Roberts Sr. Toledo
OL Zach Banner Sr. USC - The 6’9 monster owned the right edge for USC for the whole year again.
OL Coleman Shelton Jr. Washington - The center man for Washington’s high-octane offense was near flawless all season.
OL Isaac Asiata Sr. Utah - A powerful interior lineman who was one of the best run blockers in the nation.
OL Cody O’Connell Jr. Washington State - An Outland Trophy finalist and one of the best-graded linemen all season.
OL Braden Smith Sr. Auburn
DL Takkarist McKinley Sr. UCLA - Blew up this season as an unstoppable pass rusher with huge sack and tackles for-loss numbers.
DL Elijah Qualls Jr. Washington - A monster on the defensive line who dominated inside and outside at 320 pounds.
DL Chris Wormley Sr. Michigan
DL Harold Landry Jr. Boston College
LB Josey Jewell Jr. Iowa
LB Ryan Anderson Sr. Alabama
LB Jayon Brown Sr. UCLA - Finished the season with almost 120 tackles.
DB Codrea Tankersly Sr. Clemson
DB Tedric Thompson Sr. Colorado - Had seven interceptions in 2016.
DB Shalom Luani Sr. Washington State - Had four picks himself and also made a lot of plays behind the line.
DB Kevin King Sr. Washington - Arguably just as good as any cover corner in the country.
K Jake Elliott Sr. Memphis
P Cameron Johnston Sr. Ohio State
R Carlos Henderson Jr. Louisiana Tech