Preview 2019: CFN All-Mountain West Team, Top 30 Players

Preview 2019: CFN All-Mountain West Team, Top 30 Players

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Preview 2019: CFN All-Mountain West Team, Top 30 Players

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Preview 2019: Previewing and looking ahead to the Mountain West season with the CFN All-Mountain West Team & Top 30 players. 


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Mountain West Team Previews, 5 Things To Know
Mountain Air Force | Boise State | Colorado State
New Mexico | Utah State | Wyoming
West Fresno State | Hawaii | Nevada
San Diego State | San Jose State | UNLV

2019 Preseason CFN MOUNTAIN WEST Offensive Player of the Year

QB Jordan Love, Jr. Utah State
The Mountain West’s most efficient passer is missing some of his key parts this season – including his head coach, with Matt Wells leaving for Texas Tech, and with Gary Andersen coming in – but he’s still 6-4, 225-pound all-around talent who should quickly rise up in NFL circles.

Accurate, mobile, and experienced, he’s coming off a brilliant year after completing 64% of his passes with 32 touchdowns and just six picks, and with seven rushing scores. Others might put up bigger numbers – the Hawaii starting quarterback, no matter who that is, will go off – and San Diego State RB Juwan Washington should be special, but this should be Love’s year.

2019 CFN All-Mountain West Top 30 Players

2018 Preseason CFN MOUNTAIN WEST Defensive Player of the Year

LB Kyahva Tezino, Sr. San Diego State
It’s a loaded year for Mountain West linebackers. Should Boise State hybrid Curtis Weaver be here? Sure. How about Utah State’s David Woodward, Fresno State’s edge man Mykal Walker, San Jose State’ Ethan Aguayo, and/or Nevada’s Gabriel Sewell? Absolutely. But the 6-0, 230-pound Tezino has the upside and talent to be more than just a statistical star; he’s going to be the leader or a phenomenal Aztec defense.

He’s got the range to go along with the thump, leading the team with 127 tackles last season with 8.5 sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss. Set him up and turn him loose – he’ll make big things happen for what should be a stronger SDSU season.

2019 Preseason CFN All-Mountain West Offense

QB – Jordan Love, Jr. Utah State

RB – Ronnie Rivers, Jr. Fresno State

RB – Juwan Washington, Sr. San Diego State

WR – Cedric Byrd, Sr. Hawaii

WR – Tre Walker, Jr. San Jose State

TE – Jared Rice, Sr. Fresno State

OT – Ezra Cleveland, Jr. Boise State

OG – John Molchon, Sr. Boise State

C – Keith Ismael, Jr. San Diego State

OG – Justin Polu, Sr. UNLV

OT – Jake Nelson, Sr. Nevada

2019 Preseason CFN All-Mountain West Defense

DE – Tipa Galeai, Sr. Utah State

DT – Jordan Jackson, Jr. Air Force

DT – Fua Leilua, Sr. Utah State

DE – (LB) Mykal Walker, Sr. Fresno State

LB – Kyahva Tezino, Sr. San Diego State

LB – (DE) Curtis Weaver, Jr. Boise State

LB – David Woodward, Jr. Utah State

CB – Rojesterman Farris, Sr. Hawaii

S – JuJu Hughes, Sr. Fresno State

S – Tariq Thompson, Jr. San Diego State

CB – Tyler Hall, Sr. Hawaii

2019 Preseason CFN All-Mountain West Special Teams

PK – Cooper Rothe, Sr. Wyoming

P – Ryan Stonehouse, Jr. Colorado State

KR – Savon Scarver, Jr. Utah State

PR – Jordan Nathan, Jr. Utah State

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