Pac-12 Football 2021 All-Conference Team

Athlon projects the Pac-12's best for 2021

The 2021 All-Pac-12 team is led by 14 selections from Oregon, with Washington (13), USC (13), UCLA (12), Arizona State (12) also hitting double-digit picks. Utah headlines the next tier of programs with 11 picks, while Colorado checks in with 10 selections on the Pac-12 All-Conference Team for '21. 

 

Athlon Sports has released its top 25 for 2021. Now, 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 2021.

 

An important note on the all-conference teams: These are based on how players will perform in 2021. Career statistics and awards matter in the evaluation, but choosing players for the 2021 all-conference team is largely based on predicting and projecting the best for the upcoming year. Also, team strength does not play a role in selections. These are the best individual players at each position in the league for '21.

 

Pac-12 Football 2021 All-Conference Team

First-Team Offense

  

QB       Kedon Slovis, USC

RB       Jarek Broussard, Colorado

RB       Rachaad White, Arizona State

AP       Max Borghi, Washington State

WR      Drake London, USC

WR      Johnny Johnson, Oregon

TE       Cade Otton, Washington

C          Nathan Eldridge, Oregon State

OL       Nick Ford, Utah

OL       Jaxson Kirkland, Washington

OL       Abraham Lucas, Washington State

OL       Dohnovan West, Arizona State

           

First-Team Defense

 

DL       Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon

DL       Tyler Johnson, Arizona State

DL       Mika Tafua, Utah

LB        Zion Tupuola-Fetui, Washington (suffered torn Achilles in spring)

LB        Drake Jackson, USC

LB        Devin Lloyd, Utah

LB        Avery Roberts, Oregon State

LB        Nate Landman, Colorado

DB       Trent McDuffie, Washington

DB       Chase Lucas, Arizona State

DB       Chris Steele, USC

DB       Mykael Wright, Oregon

           

First-Team Specialists   

       

K         Jadon Redding, Utah

P          Michael Turk, Arizona State

KR       D.J. Taylor, Arizona State

PR       Britain Covey, Utah

           

Second-Team Offense    

     

QB       Jayden Daniels, Arizona State

RB       Austin Jones, Stanford

RB       CJ Verdell, Oregon

AP       Britain Covey, Utah

WR      Bru McCoy, USC

WR      Kyle Philips, UCLA

TE       Brant Kuithe, Utah

C          Alex Forsyth, Oregon

OL       Luke Wattenberg, Washington

OL       Kellen Diesch, Arizona State

OL       Joshua Gray, Oregon State

OL       Sean Rhyan, UCLA

           

Second-Team Defense  

       

DL       Thomas Booker, Stanford

DL       Jermayne Lole, Arizona State

DL       Nick Figueroa, USC

LB        Omar Speights, Oregon State

LB        Cameron Goode, California

LB        Carson Wells, Colorado

LB        Edefuan Ulofoshio, Washington

CB       Christian Roland-Wallace, Arizona

CB       Clark Phillips, Utah

S          Isaiah Pola-Mao, USC

S          Evan Fields, Arizona State

           

Second-Team Specialists    

 

K         Lucas Havrisik, Arizona

P          Ben Griffiths, USC

KR       Nathaniel Peat, Stanford

PR       Dimitri Stanley, Colorado

 

Third-Team Offense

 

QB       Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA

RB       Christopher Brown, California

RB       Brittain Brown, UCLA

AP/WR Travell Harris, Washington State

WR      Michael Wilson, Stanford

WR      Renard Bell, Washington State

WR      Jaylon Redd, Oregon

TE       Greg Dulcich, UCLA

C          Sam Marrazzo, UCLA

OL       Walter Rouse, Stanford

OL       Michael Saffell, California

OL       Sataoa Laumea, Utah

OL       Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, Oregon

OL       Andrew Vorhees, USC

           

Third-Team Defense           

 

DL       Terrance Lang, Colorado

DL       Tuli Tuipulotu, USC

DL       Tuli Letuligasenoa Washington

DL       Isaac Hodgins, Oregon State

LB        Caleb Johnson, UCLA

LB        Jahad Woods, Washington State

LB        Kuony Deng, California

LB        Noah Sewell, Oregon

LB        Merlin Robertson, Arizona State

CB       Jaylen Watson, Washington State

CB       Josh Drayden, California

S          Elijah Hicks, California

S          Verone McKinley III, Oregon

           

Third-Team Specialists        

 

K         Parker Lewis, USC

P          Ryan Sanborn, Stanford

KR       Travell Harris, Washington State

PR       Kyle Philips, UCLA

           

Fourth-Team Offense

           

QB       Charlie Brewer, Utah

RB       Chip Trayanum, Arizona State

RB       Keaontay Ingram, USC

RB       Travis Dye, Oregon

AP/RB Sean McGrew, Washington

WR      Terrell Bynum, Washington

WR      Trevon Bradford, Oregon State

WR      Dimitri Stanley, Colorado

TE       Brady Russell, Colorado

C          Colby Pursell, Colorado
OL        Valentino Daltoso, California

OL       Nous Keobounnam, Oregon State

OL       Frank Filip, Colorado

OL       Victor Curne, Washington

OL       Donovan Laie, Arizona

OL       Alec Anderson, UCLA

           

Fourth-Team Defense         

 

DL       Brandon Dorlus, Oregon

DL       Brennan Jackson, Washington State

DL       Jalen Harris, Arizona

DL       Mitchell Agude, UCLA

LB        Isaac Slade-Matautia, Oregon

LB        Ryan Bowman, Washington

DB       Jamal Hill, Oregon

DB       JaTravis Broughton, Utah

DB       Kyler Gordon, Washington

DB       Quentin Lake, UCLA

DB       Qwuantrezz Knight, UCLA

DB       Isaiah Lewis, Colorado

           

Fourth-Team Specialists      

 

K         Peyton Henry, Washington

P          Tom Snee, Oregon

KR       Gary Bryant, USC

PR       Trevon Bradford, Oregon State

 

 

Total Selections on Athlon's 2021 All-Pac-12 Team

Team Number of Selections
Arizona 4
Arizona State 12
California 7
Colorado 10
Oregon 14
Oregon State 8
Stanford 6
UCLA 12
USC 13
Utah 11
Washington 13
Washington State 8

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