Preview 2019: CFN All-Pac-12 Team, Top 30 Players

Preview 2019: CFN All-Pac-12 Team, Top 30 Players


Preview 2019: CFN All-Pac-12 Team, Top 30 Players


Preview 2019: Previewing and looking ahead to the Pac-12 season with the CFN All-Pac-12 Team & Top 30 players. 

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Pac-12 Team Previews, 5 Things To Know
North Cal | Oregon | Oregon State
Stanford | Washington | Washington State
South Arizona | Arizona State | Colorado
UCLA | USC | Utah

2019 Preseason CFN Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year

WR Laviska Shenault, Jr. Colorado
The Biletnikoff Award was all his before he got banged up midway through the season. The 6-2, 225-pound all-around receiving weapon caught 86 passes for 1,011 yards and six scores, with all of his touchdown grabs coming before getting banged up. With a scary-good NFL blend of big play ability and strength to go along with his size, he’s going to be the centerpiece of what should be a high-powered Buff attack … as long as he stays healthy.

2018 Preseason CFN Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year

DE Bradlee Anae, Sr. Utah
One of the nation’s top all-around defensive ends and pass rushers is back after his All-Pac-12 season. He led the conference with eight sacks and was third in 15.5 tackles for loss, and he was solid against the run with a steady and consistent 51 stops. Once again, it’s going to be a league full of dangerous playmakers in the backfield, and Utah’s D will once again be amazing, but Anae will stand out from the rest of the pack.

2019 Preseason CFN All-Pac-12 Offense

QB – Justin Herbert, Sr. Oregon

RB – Eno Benjamin, Jr. Arizona State

RB – JJ Taylor, Jr. Arizona

WR – Michael Pittman, Sr. USC

WR – Laviska Shenault, Jr. Colorado

TE – Colby Parkinson, Jr. Stanford

OT – Trey Adams, Sr. Washington

OG – Shane Lemieux, Sr.

C – Nick Harris, Sr. Washington

OG – Calvin Throckmorton, Sr.

OT – Walker Little, Jr. Stanford

2019 Preseason CFN All-Pac-12 Defense

DE – Mustafa Johnson, Jr. Colorado

DT – Leki Fotu, Sr. Utah

DT – Jordon Scott, Jr. Oregon

DE – Christian Rector, Sr. USC

LB – Troy Dye, Sr. Oregon

LB – Colin Schooler, Jr. Arizona

LB – Evan Weaver, Sr. Cal

CB – Paulson Adebo, Soph. Stanford

S – (CB) Myles Bryant, Sr. Washington

S – Ashtyn Davis, Sr. Cal

CB – Jaylon Johnson, Jr. Utah

2019 Preseason CFN All-Pac-12 Special Teams

PK – Jet Toner, Sr. Stanford

P – Oscar Draguicevich, Jr.
 Washington State

KR – Travell Harris, Soph. Washington State

PR – Tyler Vaughns, Jr. USC

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