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Mountain West Football 2020 All-Conference Team

Xazavian Valladay, Wyoming Cowboys Football

Xazavian Valladay, Wyoming Cowboys Football

The 2020 All-Mountain West Team is led by 17 selections from Boise State, with four other programs featuring double-digit selections. Hawaii and San Diego State are just behind the Broncos with 11 selections apiece, while Colorado State and Nevada both feature 10 picks. Wyoming, Utah State, New Mexico and Air Force each place nine selections on the 2020 All-Mountain West squad.

Athlon Sports has released its top 25 for 2020Now, it’s time to take a look at the best of the best and honor the top players in the league with a release of first, second, third and fourth all-conference teams for 2020.

An important note on the all-conference teams: These are based on how players will perform in 2020. Career statistics and awards matter in the evaluation, but choosing players for the 2020 all-conference team is largely based on predicting and projecting the best for the upcoming year.

Mountain West Football 2020 All-Conference Team

First-Team Offense  

QB       Hank Bachmeier, Boise State

RB       Xazavian Valladay, Wyoming

RB       Charles Williams, UNLV

AP       Khalil Shakir, Boise State

WR      Warren Jackson, Colorado State

WR      Tre Walker, San Jose State

TE       Trey McBride, Colorado State

C         Keegan Cryder, Wyoming

OL       Nolan Laufenberg, Air Force

OL       Parker Ferguson, Air Force

OL       Ilm Manning, Hawaii

OL       John Ojukwu, Boise State

First-Team Defense

DL       Dom Peterson, Nevada

DL       Cameron Thomas, San Diego State

DL       Scale Igiehon, Boise State

DL       Keshawn Banks, San Diego State

LB       Demonte Meeks, Air Force

LB       Justin Rice, Fresno State

LB       Riley Whimpey, Boise State

CB       Jalen Walker, Boise State

CB       Darren Hall, San Diego State

        Kekaula Kaniho, Boise State

S         Tariq Thompson, San Diego State

First-Team Specialists    

K         Brandon Talton, Nevada

P         Ryan Stonehouse, Colorado State

KR       Savon Scarver, Utah State

PR       Avery Williams, Boise State

Second-Team Offense    

QB       Donald Hammond, Air Force

RB       George Holani, Boise State

RB       Kadin Remsburg, Air Force

AP       Ronnie Rivers, Fresno State

WR      Romeo Doubs, Nevada

WR      Jared Smart, Hawaii

TE       Marcus Williams, New Mexico

C         Kyle Stapley, New Mexico

OL       Syrus Tuitele, Fresno State

OL       Jackson Snyder, San Jose State

OL       Solo Vaipulu, Hawaii

OL       Logan Harris, Wyoming
OL       Julio Garcia, UNLV

Second-Team Defense   

DL       Jordan Jackson, Air Force

DL       Manny Jones, Colorado State

DL       Garrett Crall, Wyoming

DL       Solomon Byrd, Wyoming

LB       Jacobi Hearn, New Mexico

LB       Chad Muma, Wyoming
LB       Dequan Jackson, Colorado State

LB       Demetri Washington, Boise State

CB       Cortez Davis, Hawaii

CB       Avery Williams, Boise State

S         Dwayne Johnson, San Diego State

S         Shaq Bond, Utah State

Second-Team Specialists     

K         Matt Araiza, San Diego State

P         Tyson Dyer, New Mexico

KR       Elijah Lilly, New Mexico

PR       Dante Wright, Colorado State

Third-Team Offense

QB       Chevan Cordeiro, Hawaii

RB       Miles Reed, Hawaii

RB       Toa Taua, Nevada

AP       Jordan Nathan, Utah State

WR      Randal Grimes, UNLV