Pre-season 2013 all PAC-12 team
1st Team Offense:
QB Marcus Marriota, So, Oregon
RB KaDeem Carey, Jr, Arizona
RB DeAnthony Thomas, Jr, Oregon
WR Marquise Lee, Jr, USC
WR Austin Hill, Jr, Arizona
TE Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, Jr, Washington
OT Evan Finkenberg, Sr, Arizona State
OT John Fullington, Sr, Washington St
OG David Yankey, Sr, Stanford
OG Xavier Su'a-Filo, Jr, UCLA
C Hroniss Grasu, Jr, Oregon
2nd Team Offense
QB Brett Hundley, So, UCLA
RB Bishop Sankey, Jr, Washington
WR Kasen Williams, Jr, Washington
WR Shaq Evans, Sr, UCLA
WR Brandon Cooks, Jr, Oregon State
TE Colt Lyerla, Jr, Oregon
OT Jake Fisher, Jr, Oregon
OT Cameron Fleming, Sr, Stanford
OG John Martinez, Sr, USC
OG Grant Enger, Sr, Oregon St
C Isaac Seumalo, So, Oregon St
1st Team Defense
DE Morgan Breslin, Sr, USC
DT Will Sutton, Sr, Arizona State
DT George Uko, So, USC
DE Scott Crichton, Jr, Oregon State
LB Anthony Barr, Sr, UCLA
LB Carl Bradford, Jr, Arizona State
LB Trent Murphy, Sr, Stanford
CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Jr, Oregon
CB Alex Carter, So, Stanford
S Ed Reynolds, Sr, Stanford
S Deone Bucannon, Sr, Washington St
2nd Team Defense
DE Ben Gardner, Sr, Stanford
DT Taylor Hart, Sr, Oregon
DE Henry Anderson, Sr, Stanford
LB Chase Thomas, Sr, Stanford
LB Cyrus Coen, Jr, Washington St
LB Chris McCain, Jr, Cal
LB Dion Bailey, Jr, USC
CB Rashaad Reynolds, Sr, Oregon St
CB Terrance Mitchell, Jr, Oregon
S Jordan Richards, Jr, Stanford
S Shaq Thompson, So, Washington
2 First team offensive players in juniors RB Carey and WR Hill. The team has very little talent elsewhere.
1 First team offense, 2 First team defense. ASU has good depth with near misses that would make a 3rd team QB Kelly, TE Coyle, RB Grice, DT Hood, CB Irabor, S Darby.
: 1 Second team defense. Could be a rough year, but RB Bigelow is a major sleeper who will be due for a monster year.
: 0 players made a team. But they do have some young players that should start to emerge as playmakers
: 3 First Team Offense, 2 Second Team Offense, 1 First Team Defense, 2 Second Team Defense. Oregon will be ushering in the year of Black Mamba, but the big time sleeper is the TE Lyerla who is a monster.
: 3 Second Team Offense, 1 First Team Defense, 1 Second Team Defense. The surprise PAC-12 team will be strong again next year. Sophmore RB Storm Woods is another of the crop of emerging RBs
: 1 First Team Offense, 1 Second Team Offense, 3 First Team Defense, 4 Second Team Defense. Stanford will once again have the best D in the PAC-12. If they can find someone to get the ball to on offense they will have another great year.
: 1 First Team Offense, 2 Second Team Offense, 1 First Team Defense. An embarassing bowl game exposed UCLA's lack of defense. Without Franklin, QB Hundley is a very talented player but without immediate help will have a rough year.
1 First Team Offense, 1 Second Team Offense, 2 First Team Defense, 1 First Team Defense. The Post-Barkley era begins. Offense should be able to roll with RB Reed and WR Lee. Defense should be improved.
: 0 players made a team. Utah will be in for a rough year, espicially with no apparent quality QB.
: 1 First Team Offense, 2 Second Team Offense, 1 Second Team Defense. Coming off a dissapointing year, they will succeed or fail based on whether QB Price can bounce back.
: 1 First Team Offense, 1 First Team Defense, 1 Second Team Defense. Some freshman played well for this team, but they are still a long ways off.
1. Oregon -as usual
2. Arizona State - bit of homerism, but with their returning players IMO they have less questions to be answered
3. USC - Max Wittek didn't look good in his debut, but too much talent on the offense
4. Oregon State - Losing Wheaton hurts, but Riley has quietly assembled the next gen of Beavers with WR Cook and RB Woods. If QB Mannion or QB Vaz can find consistency, could be a top offense.
5. UCLA - QB Hundley has an NFL future and just needs some players to play with
6. Washington - Does QB Price bounce back? If he does, Huskies can be a top 3 offense
7. Arizona - Rich Rodriguez's RB is getting charged with domestic violence. If he loses Carey, Arizona is in major trouble.
8. Cal - Sonny Dykes knows offenses and there is more talent on Cal then people realize with a senior QB, RB Bigelow and two young WRs in Chris Harper and Treggs.
9. Stanford - Pretty void of returning WRs, TEs and RBs that have proven themselves. QB Hogan is undefeated as a starter.
10. Washington State - Amazing a Leach team with so many passing yards can't score more.
11. Utah - Everything depends on the development of Travis Wilson. A RB sure could help.
12. Colorado - Reigning champions of worst offense. 3rd time in a row?
1. Stanford - Harbaugh's recruits return for one more season. Just a ton of upperclassmen talent on every level of D.
2. USC - They lost a key cornerback early to the draft, but the pieces are in place for a dominant defense
3. ASU - similar to the offense, all the key players return
4. Oregon - Lost key players in the front 7
5. Oregon State - Losing Poyer hurts, but I don't see a D better left
6. Washington - Sarkisian has added a lot of young players that are just now emerging on the depth chart
7. UCLA - A defense that failed to show up at times (see Bowl game), Mora has loaded up some young talent
8. Washington State - Leach with a defense? If his offense doesn't shoot the D in the foot, they should be decent
9. Cal - Some talent to build around, Secondary will have a lot of new faces
10. Arizona - They were an awful D, but are returning every starter. Good thing or bad thing?
11. Utah - We will see how the D holds up without a top D-Line
12. Colorado - Reigning champions of worst D. 3rd time in a row?
Projeced Final Rankings
PAC-12 Champion: Oregon
2. Oregon State
6. Washington St
[ Edited by SunDevilNiner79 on Jan 15, 2013 at 6:14 PM ]