QB Justin Herbert Sr. Oregon - Herbert has been very good in his senior season and is leading the conference’s top-ranked team and favorite. That’s enough to get the nod here.
RB Zack Moss Sr. Utah - He’s battled injuries and still produced as one of the best backs in the conference. He might be the Pac-12’s best offensive player at any position.
RB Eno Benjamin Jr. Arizona State - Living up to his preseason billing, especially in regards to running for touchdowns and leading ASU to a very good first half of the season.
WR Isaiah Hodgins Jr. Oregon State - One of the Pac-12’s biggest surprises, he’s been one of the nation’s most-productive receivers so far.
WR Easop Winston Sr. Washington State - Another hidden gem, he’s absolutely exploded in WSU’s air raid this season, racking up catches, yards, and touchdowns.
TE Jacob Breeland Sr. Oregon - his injury is tragic as he put up such good numbers he might end up being first-team All-Pac-12 at the end of the season.
OL Penei Sewell So. Oregon - The young linemen has been grading out exceptionally well, leading the Oregon offensive line.
OL Trey Adams Sr. Washington - He looks to finally be 100 percent and is showing why he has long been projected as a first round pick.
OL Nick Harris Sr. Washington - The Pac-12’s best center thus far. He’s battled injuries and been a rock in the middle.
OL Darrin Paulo Sr. Utah - Like so many Ute linemen before him, he’s emerging as one of the Pac-12’s best despite almost no preseason hype.
OL Abe Lucas So. Washington State - Still probably the Pac-12’s best pass blocker.
DL Leki Fotu Sr. Utah - He’s a powerful force in the middle, holding down the center of Utah’s defense all season.
DL Jay Tufele So. USC - Probably the most-talented defensive player in the conference. He already looks like an NFL DT.
DL Bradlee Anae Sr. Utah - Still a major contender for Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year as a power off the edge and in run defense.
DL Jordon Scott Jr. Oregon - A big part of why Oregon’s run defense has been so stingy all season.
LB Evan Weaver Sr. Cal - No question the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year barring an injury.
LB Colin Schooler Jr. Arizona - Just having another year as one of the nation’s best linebackers and an electric defensive playmaker.
LB Casey Toohill Sr. Stanford - He has quietly looked like a throwback Stanford linebacker who destroys offenses in the backfield all season, particularly giving Oregon and Washington fits.
DB Demmodore Lenoir Jr. Oregon - The strongest of an exceptionally-strong Oregon secondary. He’s emerged as the conference’s best DB for now and there are a lot of really good ones in the Pac-12 this year.
DB Thomas Graham Jr. Oregon - Right there with his teammate Lenoir as one of the Pac-12’s best DBs in a strong year for the position.
DB Jevon Holland So. Oregon - He’s an interception machine and makes it so hard to throw against the back of Oregon’s defense right now.
DB Camryn Bynum Jr. Cal - The Bears secondary has been overshadowed by Oregon, but Bynum and his gang have been dominant in their own right.
K Peyton Henry So. Washington - He’s been lights out since missing that game-winning kick against Oregon last year. He has yet to miss a field goal this season.
P Michael Turk So. Arizona State - Has the highest average for punt yardage thus far this season.
R Velus Jones Jr. USC - A dangerous kick returner with an impressive average who has already taken a kick back for a score.
QB Tyler Huntley Sr. Utah
RB Salvon Ahmed Jr. Washington
RB Max Borghi So. Washington State
WR Brandon Aiyuk Sr. Arizona State
WR Michael Pittman Sr. USC
TE Hunter Bryant Jr. Washington
OL Cohl Cabral Sr. Arizona State
OL Shane Lemeiux Sr. Oregon
OL Jared Hilbers Sr. Washington
OL Arlington Hambright Sr. Colorado
OL Austin Jackson Jr. USC
DL Luc Bequette Sr. Cal
DL John Penisini Sr. Utah
DL Thomas Booker So. Stanford
DL Levi Onwuzurike Jr. Washington
LB Francis Bernard Sr. Utah
LB Nate Landman Jr. Colorado
LB Rashed Hamilcar Jr. Oregon State
DB Paulson Adebo Jr. Stanford
DB Myles Bryant Sr. Washington
DB Ashtyn Davis Sr. Cal
DB Jaylon Johnson Jr. Utah
K Blake Mazza So. Washington State
P Blake Maimone Sr. Oregon
R Jevon Holland So. Oregon