C Jakob Poeltl So. Utah - Watching a seven-footer play the way Poeltl did this year was a pure thing of beauty. He had one of the best seasons by a big man in recent Pac-12 history.
F Dillon Brooks So. Oregon - Brooks was the best player on the conference's best team right there with Poeltl as a player of the year candidate. He's one of those players that simply does everything very well and score a lot and efficiently.
G Gary Payton II Sr. Oregon State - A very nice curtain call for Payton II as he was the conference's best defender again and hopefully led the Beavers to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since his dad was in Corvallis.
F Ryan Anderson Sr. Arizona - The senior one-and-done was the consistent rock for the Wildcats in an up-and-down season. He averaged a double-double.
C Josh Scott Sr. Colorado - Scott had the season I feel he always had the potential to. He averaged nearly a double-double and was the leader of a very good Colorado team.
G Andrew Andrews Sr. Washington - Andrews was the conference's leading scorer and most unstoppable scorer when on. Was very tough to keep him off the first team, but he had some struggles when the Huskies had their slide.
C Chris Boucher Sr. Oregon - Boucher's defensive prowess and solid scoring may have the X factor which turned the Ducks into the best team in the Pac-12.
F Jaylen Brown Fr. Cal - The conference's best freshman really turned it on down the stretch for the Bears and pushed them into the top third of the conference with slick scoring and powerful play.
G Julian Jacobs Jr. USC - The leader of the Trojan renaissance. The conference's leader in assists and an adept scorer.
G Isaac Hamilton Jr. UCLA - A bright spot on a dark season for the Bruins. He averaged 17 points per-game and really put it on in Pac-12 play.
F Elgin Cook Sr. Oregon - Cook had another stellar season as the other do a little bit of everything forward for the Ducks. A key part of why they were so good in 2015.
G Bryce Alford Jr. UCLA - Not a great year for the Bruins, but Alford was unstoppable at times, especially in the clutch.
F Rosco Allen Sr. Stanford - A one-man wrecking crew for the Cardinal, Allen did it all for Stanford this year and helped keep them from falling over the edge in a tough season.
G Dejounte Murray Fr. Washington - Murray was more than dynamic for the Huskies, averaging 15 points a game, leading the team in rebounding, nearly leading them in assists and averaging almost two steals per-game.
G Gabe York Sr. Arizona - Arguably the conference's best shooter was light outs when the Wildcats really needed him and helped the Cats stay near the top of the conference in the end.
C Josh Hawkinson Jr. Washington State
G Tyrone Wallace Sr. Cal
F Ivan Rabb Fr. Cal
G Jordan McLaughlin So. USC
G Brandon Taylor Sr. Utah
G Gary Payton II - Another lights out defensive season for The Glove Jr.
C Chris Boucher - Blew the blocks lead out of the water for the conference.
C Josh Scott - A huge presence inside for the Buffs whose rebounding prowess factors in as well.
C Jakob Poeltl - His defensive skills got overshadowed by his offensive skills, but the long seven-footer changed the floor when he was on defense.
C Malik Dime - Foul trouble limited him, but he was a block machine when on the floor.
F Jaylen Brown Cal - The leading freshman in a very good year for freshmen in the conference.
G Dejounte Murray Washington - Looked like an NBA player playing in college his quickly, deadly mid-range game and all-around skills.
F Ivan Rabb Cal - Didn't quite do what Brown did, but was great on defense, could score and was fantastic on the boards.
G Tyler Dorsey Oregon - The freshman stud had a crowded field on a deeply talented Oregon roster, but he did it with stellar all-around play.
G Allonzo Trier Arizona - Was a very good scorer, defender and passer for the Wildcat backcourt.
F Tres Tinkle Oregon State
F Marquese Chriss Washington
F Bennie Boatright USC
G Aaron Holiday UCLA
G Stephen Thompson Jr. Oregon State