Washington RB Bishop Sankey was named to the Pac-12 first-team offense and Washington State S Deone Bucannon to the first-team defense, in voting done by conference coaches announced Monday.
UW TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins earned recognition to the second-team offense and DE Hau’oli Kikaha to the second-team defense. Kikaha also earned a spot on the Pac-12 All-Academic first team while Sankey made Pac-12 All-Academic second team.
UW punter/kicker Travis Coons received second-team specialist recognition, and DB Marcus Peters was also named to the second-team defense.
Arizona RB Ka’Deem Carey (1,716 rushing yards, 18 total TD’s), the lone unanimous selection, earned offensive player of the year, Arizona State DT Will Sutton was defensive player of the year, UCLA LB/RB Myles Jack was freshman offensive and defensive player of the year and Arizona State coach Todd Graham coach of the year.
Arizona and Stanford had the most first-team players with six each. Among the 27 first-teamers are two graduate students, 11 seniors, nine juniors four sophomores and Jack was the lone freshman. Ten players were repeat selections.