Colorado’s Jarek Broussard ran for 301 yards in a single sport and averaged greater than six yards per carry. Oregon State’s Jermar Jefferson averaged greater than 145 yards per sport and scored seven touchdowns.
The 2 dynamic working backs could not have been in a position to play a full season because of the coronavirus pandemic, however actually made probably the most of their restricted touches.
Broussard and Jefferson have been voted co-offensive gamers of the 12 months by a media panel in The Related Press All-Pac-12 workforce launched Friday.
Southern California security Talanoa Hufanga was named defensive participant of the 12 months, Colorado’s Karl Dorrell was coach of the 12 months and Utah freshman working again Ty Jordan was newcomer of the 12 months.
Broussard missed his total freshman season in 2019 resulting from a knee damage, however was clearly wholesome for the truncated 2020 season. The sophomore from Dallas was named Pac-12 offensive participant of the week thrice and completed the common season with 813 yards and three touchdowns.
Broussard had the fourth 300-yard sport in Colorado historical past when he went for 301 yards in opposition to Arizona on Dec. 5.
Jefferson had a breakout freshman season in 2018, dashing for 1,380, ninth nationally. After being restricted to 685 yards dashing final season, he had 858 yards and 7 TDs in six sport this 12 months.
Hufanga, a junior, led the Pac-12 with 4 interceptions and had 62 tackles to steer all defensive backs. He was the primary USC participant with interceptions in 4 straight video games since 1996 and had 17 tackles, a pressured fumble and an interception in opposition to rival UCLA on Dec. 12.
Dorrell had a direct impression his first season in Boulder, main a workforce picked to complete fifth within the Pac-12 South to inside a sport of reaching the convention title sport. Colorado completed 4-1 for its first successful season since 2016 and its first 3-0 convention begin since 2002.
Dorrell was a unanimous choice as coach of the 12 months.
Jordan made a seamless transition to the school sport, dashing for 597 yards and 6 touchdowns dashing in 5 video games. He added 11 catches for 126 yards and was second amongst FBS freshmen with 144.6 all-purpose yards per sport. His 7.1 yards per carry was eleventh nationally.
WR — Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC, 6-1, 195, Jr, Anaheim Hills, California
u-WR – Simi Fehoko, Stanford, 6-4, 227, Jr, Sandy, Utah
T – Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC, 6-4, 315, Jr, Oakland, California
T -Abe Lucas, Washington State, 6-7, 328, Jr, Everett, Washington
G — Dohnovan West, Arizona State, 6-3, 315, So, Mission Hills, California
G – Ryan Stroll, Oregon, 6-3, 290, Jr, Eugene, Oregon
C — Drew Dalman, Stanford, 6-3, 300, Sr, Salinas, California
TE — Cade Otton, Washington, 6-5, 240, Sr, Tumwater, Washington
QB — Kevon Slovis, USC, 6-3, 215, So, Scottsdale, Arizona
RB — Jermar Jefferson, Oregon State, 5-10, 217, Jr, Harbor Metropolis, California
RB- Jarek Broussard, Colorado, 5-9, 185, So, Dallas
PK — Jadon Redding, Utah, 5-11, 190, So, Fredricksburg, Virginia
All-purpose — Demetric Felton, UCLA, 5-10, 200, Sr, Temecula, California
DE — Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon, 6-5, 250, So, Los Angeles
DE – Tyler Johnson, Arizona State, 6-4, 285, Jr, Gilbert, Arizona
DT — Marlon Tuipulotu, USC, 6-3, 305, Jr, Independence, Oregon
DT – Osa Odighizuwa, UCLA, 6-2, 279, Sr, Portland, Oregon
LB — Nate Landman, Colorado, 6-3, 235, Sr, Danville, California
LB – Zion Tupuola-Fetui, Washington, 6-3, 280, Jr, Pearl Metropolis, Hawaii
LB – Devin Lloyd, Utah, 6-3, 232, Jr, Chula Vista, California
CB — Mykeal Wright, Oregon, 5-11, 182, So, Antelope Valley, California
CB – Chase Lucas, Arizona State, 6-0, 180, Sr, Chandler, Arizona
u-S — Talanoa Hufanga, USC, 6-1, 213, Jr, Corvallis, Oregon
S – Elijah Molden, Washington, 5-10, 190, Sr, West Linn, Oregon
P – Ben Griffiths, USC, 6-5, 245, So, Melbourne, Australia
WR — Drake London, USC, 6-5, 210, So, Moorpark, California
WR – Tyler Vaughns, USC, 6-2, 190, Sr, Pasadena, California
T — Jaxson Kirland, Washington, 6-7, 295, Sr, Portland, Oregon
T – Will Sherman, Colorado, 6-4, 310, Jr, Allen, Texas
G — Henry Bainivalu, Washington, 6-6, 335, Sr, Sammamish, Washington
G – T.J. Bass, Oregon, 6-5, 318, Jr, Deming, Washington
TE — Greg Dulcich, UCLA, 6-4, 242, So, Glendale, California
QB — Tyler Shough, Oregon, 6-5, 221, So, Chandler, Arizona
RB — Ty Jordan, Utah, 5-7, 200, Fr, Mesquite, Texas
RB – Demetic Felton, UCLA, 5-10, 200, Sr, Temecula, California
All-purpose — Britain Covey, Utah, 5-8, 172, Jr, Provo, Utah
DE — Mika Tafua, Utah, 6-3, 250, Jr, Laie, Hawaii
DE – Drake Jackson, USC, 6-4, 255, So, Corona, California
DT — Mustafa Johnson, Colorado, ,6-2, 290, Sr, Turlock, California
DT – Jermayne Lole, Arizona State, 6-1, 310, Jr, Lengthy Seaside, California
LB — Caleb Johnson, UCLA, 6-1, 230, Jr, Murrieta, California
LB – Carson Wells, Colorado, 6-4, 250, Jr, Bushnell, Florida
LB – Edefuan Ulofoshio, Washington, 6-0, 230, Jr, Anchorage, Alaska
CB — Trent McDuffie, Washington, 5-11, 195, Jr, Westminster, California
CB -Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon, 5-11, 195, Se, Los Angeles
S — Evan Fields, Arizona State, 61-, 195, Sr, Oklahoma Metropolis
S -Isaiah Pola-Mao, USC, 6-4, 205, Jr, Phoenix
P–Oscar Draguicevich, Washington State, 6-0, 182, Sr, Hutto, Texas
Offensive Participant of the Yr – Jarek Broussard, Colorado and Jermar Jefferson, Oregon State.
Defensive Participant of the Yr – Talanoa Hufanga, USC
Newcomer of the Yr – Ty Jordan, Utah.
Coach of the Yr – Karl Dorrell, Colorado.
ALL-PAC-12 VOTING PANEL
Brian Howell, Boulder Day by day Digicam; Dale Grummert, Lewiston Tribune; Theo Lawson, The Spokesman Evaluate; Jon Wilner, Bay Space Sports activities Group; Mike Vorel, Seattle Occasions; Michelle Gardner, Arizona Republic; Michael Lev, Arizona Day by day Star; James Crepea, The Oregonian; Josh Furlong, KSL-TV.
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