Offensive Participant of the Yr: Zack Moss, Utah
Pat Tillman Defensive Participant of the Yr: Evan Weaver, California
Freshman Offensive Participant of the Yr: Kedon Slovis, USC
Freshman Defensive Participant of the Yr: Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon
Trainer of the Yr: Kyle Whittingham, Utah
SAN FRANCISCO –– The Percent-12 Convention has introduced the 2019 Soccer All-Convention honors because the South Department picked up a majority of first workforce honors, with South Department Champion UTAH main the way in which with 8 honorees. ARIZONA STATE and WASHINGTON each and every had 5 first workforce choices. Six avid gamers earn first workforce honors for the second one time – Arizona State RB Eno Benjamin, Washington OL Nick Harris and OL Trey Adams (2017), and a trio from Utah – DL Bradlee Anae, DL Leki Fotu, DB Jaylon Johnson. 4 avid gamers increased themselves from closing 12 months’s 2nd workforce to first workforce – Utah RB Zack Moss, USC DL Jay Tufele, CALIFORNIA LB Evan Weaver, and Utah DB Julian Blackmon.
Offensive Participant of the Yr – Zack Moss, RB, Utah: Moss, a senior from Hialeah Gardens, Fla., led the Percent-12 in dashing, averaging 113.three yards in step with recreation (6.2 in step with elevate) and 15 TDs. He rushed for 100 or extra yards in 8 of 12 video games performed as Utah posted a league-best 208.Eight dashing yards in step with recreation. With 1,359 dashing yards, he was the primary Utah participant to hurry for 1,000 of extra yards in 3 seasons. Moss owns the Utah occupation dashing mark with 4,010 yards and 38 dashing TDs. Along with his floor totals, Moss tallied 26 receptions for 374 yards and a couple of TDs. This marks the primary time Utah has claimed the convention offensive participant of the 12 months honor.
Pat Tillman Defensive Participant of the Yr – Evan Weaver, LB, California: Weaver, a senior from Spokane, Wash., led the country in tackles with a school-record 173 (14.Four in step with recreation), breaking Cal’s 34-year-old single-season listing of 167 set by way of Hardy Nickerson in 1985. He two times posted 22 tackles in a recreation this season (at Ole Pass over, at Utah). Thank you largely to Weaver, Cal used to be fourth in overall protection (385.Five ypg) and fourth in dashing protection (122.Nine ypg). He’s the primary Cal participant to garner the Percent-12 Defensive Participant of the Yr honor since Mychal Kendricks in 2011, and the 5th all-time, becoming a member of LB Ron Rivera (1983), CB Deltha O’Neal (1999), and CB Daymeion Hughes (2006).
Freshman Offensive Participant of the Yr – Kedon Slovis, QB, USC: Slovis, a freshman from Scottsdale, Ariz., ranks 8th nationally, and primary amongst all FBS freshman, averaging 294.7 passing yards in step with recreation. He threw for 400 or extra yards 4 instances throughout the 2019 season, together with a school-record 515 yards within the 52-35 win over UCLA. Slovis completed the common season having finished 260 of 362 move makes an attempt for three,242 yards and 28 TDs. His 71.Eight crowning glory proportion ranks 5th nationally and tops amongst newbies. Since 2009 when the convention started awarding Beginners Offensive Participant of the Yr, Slovis turns into the fourth Trojan to earn the accolade, becoming a member of WR Robert Woods (2010), WR Marqise Lee (2011) and QB Sam Darnold (2016). Honorable Point out Freshman Offensive Participant of the Yr: Jayden Daniels, QB, Arizona State.
Freshman Defensive Participant of the Yr – Kayvon Thibodeaux, DL, Oregon: Thibodeaux, a freshman from South Central Los Angeles, Calif., had 34 tackles, together with 14.Zero tackles for loss and 9.Zero sacks. Within the Percent-12 Championship Sport, Thibodeaux posted 5 tackles, 2.Five sacks and blocked a punt. He ranks 2nd within the Percent-12 in tackles for loss and 3rd in sacks. He’s the primary Duck to earn the distinction because the convention began awarding Freshman Defensive Participant of the Yr in 2009. Honorable Point out Freshman Defensive Participant of the Yr: Omar Speights, LB, Oregon State; Drake Jackson, DL, USC; Trent McDuffie, DB, Washington.
Trainer of the Yr – Kyle Whittingham, Utah: Guided the Utes to a a success protection in their South Department crown with an 11-2 common season listing, 8-1 within the Percent-12 South Department. It used to be Utah’s 5th 10-win season in 15 complete seasons below Whittingham, and maximum wins in a season since the easiest 13-Zero season in 2008. Below Whittingham, the Utes climbed to No. 5 within the Faculty Soccer Playoff ratings. The Utes had been 2nd within the Percent-12 in scoring (35.Nine ppg), first in scoring protection (13.2 ppg), and primary in each dashing offense (208.Eight avg) and dashing protection (70.three avg). Whittingham’s listing stands at 131-63 in 15-plus seasons. It’s the primary time Whittingham has earned Percent-12 Trainer of the Yr honors.
The person awards and the All-Percent-12 Soccer Crew are decided on by way of the Percent-12 head coaches.
2019 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM
|First Crew Offense||2nd Crew Offense|
|QB||Tyler Huntley, Sr., Utah||QB||Anthony Gordon, Sr., Washington State|
|RB||Eno Benjamin, Jr., Arizona State (1)||RB||Joshua Kelley, Sr., UCLA|
|RB||Zack Moss, Sr., Utah||RB||CJ Verdell, So., Oregon|
|WR||Brandon Aiyuk, Sr., Arizona State||WR||Isaiah Hodgins, Jr., Oregon State|
|WR||Michael Pittman Jr., Sr., USC||WR||Laviska Shenault, Jr., Jr., Colorado|
|TE||Hunter Bryant, Jr., Washington||TE||Brant Kuithe, So., Utah|
|TE||Colby Parkinson, Jr., Stanford|
|OL||Trey Adams, Sr., Washington (1)||OL||Blake Brandel, R-Sr., Oregon State|
|OL||Nick Harris, Sr., Washington (1)||OL||Cohl Cabral, Sr., Arizona State|
|OL||Austin Jackson, Jr., USC||OL||Drew Dalmon, Jr., Stanford|
|OL||Darrin Paulo, Sr., Utah||OL||Shane Lemieux, Sr., Oregon|
|OL||Penei Sewell, So., Oregon||OL||Abe Lucas, So., Washington State|
|OL||Alijah Vera-Tucker, R-So., USC|
|First Crew Protection||2nd Crew Protection|
|DL||Bradlee Anae, Sr., Utah (1)||DL||Ryan Bowman, Jr., Washington|
|DL||Leki Fotu, Sr., Utah (1)||DL||Drake Jackson, Fr., USC|
|DL||Levi Onwuzurike, Jr., Washington||DL||John Penisini, Sr., Utah|
|DL||Jay Tufele, R-So., USC||DL||Joe Tryon, So., Washington|
|LB||Francis Bernard, Sr., Utah||LB||Troy Dye, Sr., Oregon|
|LB||Nate Landman, Jr., Colorado||LB||Hamilcar Rashed Jr., R-Jr., Oregon State|
|LB||Evan Weaver, Sr., California||LB||Casey Toohill, Sr., Stanford|
|DB||Paulson Adebo, Jr., Stanford||DB||Myles Bryant, Sr., Washington|
|DB||Julian Blackmon, Sr., Utah||DB||Camryn Bynum, Jr.,, California|
|DB||Jaylon Johnson, Jr., Utah||DB||Ashtyn Davis, Sr., California|
|DB||Elijah Molden, Jr., Washington||DB||Talanoa Hufanga, So., USC|
|First Crew Consultants||2nd Crew Consultants|
|PK||Blake Mazza, So., Washington State||PK||Peyton Hentry, So., Washington|
|P||Michael Turk, R-So., Arizona State||P||Alex Kinney, Sr., Colorado|
|RS||Brandon Aiyuk, Sr., Arizona State||RS||Velus Jones Jr., R-Jr., USC|
|AP/ST||Brady Breeze, Jr., Oregon||AP/ST||Travion Brown, Fr., Washington State|
|AP/ST||Case Hatch, Fr., Arizona State||AP/ST||Michael Pittman Jr., Sr., USC|
RS=go back specialist
AP/ST=all-purpose/particular groups participant (no longer a kicker or returner)
(1) Two-time first workforce variety
(2) 3-time first workforce variety
No Tiebreaker: There used to be a tie for the all-purpose/particular groups participant on each first and 2nd groups, so each groups are represented by way of a 2nd all-purpose/particular groups participant. There used to be a tie for the tight finish for 2nd workforce, in order that workforce is represented with two tight ends. There additionally used to be a tie for the 5th offensive lineman for 2nd workforce, in order that workforce is represented with six offensive linemen.
ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION
ARIZONA: DB Lorenzo Burns, RJr.; OL Cody Creason, RSr.; LB Colin Schooler, Jr.; RB J.J. Taylor, RJr.; Jace Whittaker, RSr.
ARIZONA STATE: WR Frank Darby, RJr.; DB Jack Jones, RJr.; LB Khaylan Kearse-Thomas, RSr.; DL Jermayne Lole, So.; OL Dohnovan West, Fr.; DB Kobe Williams, Sr.
CALIFORNIA: OL Jake Curhan, Jr.; LB Kuony Deng, Jr.; LB Cameron Goode, Jr.; DB Jaylinn Hawkins, Sr.; DL Zeandae Johnson, Sr.
COLORADO: WR Tony Brown, Sr.; OL Arlington Hambright, Grad.; LB Davion Taylor, Sr.
OREGON: DB Thomas Graham Jr., Jr.; OL Jake Hanson, Sr.; QB Justin Herbert, Sr.; DB Jevon Holland, So.; DB Deommodore Lenoir, Jr.; DL Jordon Scott, Jr.; DL Kayvon Thibodeaux, Fr.; OL Calvin Throckmorton, Sr.; RS Mykael Wright, Fr.
OREGON STATE: OL Brandon Kipper, RSo.; QB Jake Luton, RSr.; TE Noah Togiai, RSr.
STANFORD: DL Thomas Booker, So.; LB Curtis Robinson, Sr.; OL Foster Sarell, Jr.; RS Connor Wedington, Jr.
UCLA: TE Devin Asiasi, Jr.; LB Krys Barnes, Sr.; DB Darnay Holmes, Jr.; P Wade Lees, Grad.,
USC: DB Olaijah Griffin, So.; LB John Houston Jr., RSr.; PK Chase McGrath, RSo.; WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, So.; QB Kedon Slovis, Fr.; WR Tyler Vaughns, RJr.
UTAH: DB Terrell Burgess, Sr.; OL Nick Ford; DB Javelin Guidry, Jr..; LB Devin Lloyd, So.; OL Simi Moala, RFr.; DL Mika Tafua, So.; OL Orlando Umana, Jr.
WASHINGTON: RB Salvon Ahmed, Jr.; DB Kyler Gordon, RFr.; P Joel Whitford, Sr.
WASHINGTON STATE: RB Max Borghi, So.; OL Josh Watson, RJr.; WR Easop Winston, Sr.; LB Jahad Woods, RJr.