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December 7, 2010 at 10:52 AM

Foster only Husky on All-Pac-10 team; Kearse, Polk, Williams second team

The All-Pac-10 team has just been announced, and it includes Husky linebacker Mason Foster — the only UW player on the first team.
Chris Polk, Jermaine Kearse and Nate Williams all made the second team in a squad that is chosen by the coaches.
Foster becomes the first UW player to make the first team since C.J. Wallace in 2006 and only the second since 2003, before which the Huskies regularly had multiple selections.
Jake Locker, Alameda Ta’amu and Victor Aiyewa all made honorable mention.
Stanford QB Andrew Luck was the Offensive Player of the Year; OSU’s Stephen Paea was the Defensive Player of the Year; and Oregon’s Chip Kelly the Coach of the Year.
Here is the entire team:


Offensive Player of the Year: Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year: Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State
Offensive Freshman of the Year: Robert Woods, WR, USC
Defensive Freshman of the Year: Junior Onyeali, DE, Arizona State
Coach of the Year: Chip Kelly, Oregon
2010 ALL-PAC-10 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM
First Team Offense Second Team Offense

QB Andrew Luck, So., Stanford QB Darron Thomas, So., Oregon
RB LaMichael James, So., Oregon RB Johnathan Franklin, So., UCLA
RB Owen Marecic, Sr., Stanford RB Chris Polk, So., Washington
RB Jacquizz Rodgers, Jr., Oregon State RB Shane Vereen, Jr., California
WR Juron Criner, Jr., Arizona WR Doug Baldwin, Sr., Stanford
WR Jeff Maehl, Sr., Oregon WR Jermaine Kearse, Jr., Washington
TE David Paulson, Jr., Oregon TE Coby Fleener, Sr., Stanford
OL Chase Beeler, Sr., Stanford OL Colin Baxter, Sr., Arizona
OL David DeCastro, Jr., Stanford OL Adam Grant, Grad., Arizona
OL Jordan Holmes, Sr., Oregon OL Alex Linnenkohl, Sr., Oregon State
OL Jonathan Martin, Jr., Stanford OL Mitchell Schwartz, Jr., California
OL Tyron Smith, Jr., USC OL Bo Thran, Sr., Oregon
First Team Defense Second Team Defense
DL Jurrell Casey, Jr., USC DL Brandon Bair, Sr., Oregon
DL Cameron Jordan, Sr., California DL Ricky Elmore, Sr., Arizona
DL Steven Paea, Sr., Oregon State DL Sione Fua, Sr., Stanford
DL Brooks Reed, Sr., Arizona DL Kenny Rowe, Sr., Oregon
LB Akeem Ayers, Jr., UCLA LB Vontaze Bur!ct, So., Arizona State
LB Mason Foster, Sr., Washington LB Mychal Kendricks, Jr., California
LB Casey Matthews, Sr., Oregon LB Mike Mohamed, Sr., California
DB Omar Bolden, Jr., Arizona State DB Cliff Harris, So., Oregon
DB Chris Conte, Sr., California DB Delano Howell, Jr., Stanford
DB Talmadge Jackson, Sr., Oregon DB T.J. McDonald, So., USC
DB Rahim Moore, Jr., UCLA DB Nate Williams, Sr., Washington
First Team Specialists Second Team Specialists
PK Nate Whitaker, Sr., Stanford PK Kai Forbath, Sr., UCLA
P Bryan Anger, Jr., California P Jeff Locke, So., UCLA
KOR Robert Woods, Fr., USC KOR Omar Bolden, Jr., Arizona State
PR Cliff Harris, So., Oregon PR Ronald Johnson, Sr., USC
ST Chike Amajoyi, Sr., Stanford ST Bryson Littlejohn, Sr., Oregon
ST=special teams player (not a kicker or returner)
Offensive Player of the Year: Andrew Luck, Sr., QB, Stanford
Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year: Stephen Paea, Sr., DT, Oregon State
Offensive Freshman of the Year: Robert Woods, WR, USC
Defensive Freshman of the Year: Junior Onyeali, DT, Arizona State
Coach of the Year: Chip Kelly, Oregon
ALL-PAC-10 HONORABLE MENTION
ARIZONA: RB Keola Antolin, Jr.; WR David Douglas, Jr.; QB Nick Foles, Jr.; LB Paul Vassallo, Jr.
ARIZONA STATE: OL Garth Gerhart, Jr.; DL Lawrence Guy, Jr.; P Trevor Hankins, Sr.; DE Jamaar Jarrett, Jr.; LB Brandon Magee, Jr.; RB Cameron Marshall, So.; PR Jamal Miles, So.; WR Kerry Taylor, Sr.
CALIFORNIA: DB Sean Cattouse, Jr.; OL Chris Guarnero, Sr.; DB Darian Hagan, Sr.; LB D.J. Holt, Jr.; WR Marvin Jones, Jr.
OREGON: DB John Boyett, So.; DT Zac Clark, Sr.; WR D.J. Davis, Sr.; LB Spencer Paysinger, Sr.
OREGON STATE: DB James Dockery, Sr.; DL Gabe Miller, Sr.; LB Keith Pankey, Sr.; KR Jordan Poyer, So.; OL Mike Remmers, Jr.; LB Dwight Roberson, Sr.; ST Devin Unga, So.
STANFORD: OL Derek Hall, Sr.; LB Thomas Keiser, Jr.; DL Matthew Masi!lo, Sr.; LB Owen Marecic, Sr.; OL Andrew Phillips, Sr.; TE Konrad Reuland, Sr.; DB Richard Sherman, Sr.; LB Shayne Skov, So.; RB Stepfan Taylor, So.; PR Drew Terrell, So.; LB Chase Thomas, Jr.; DB Michael Thomas, Jr.; WR Ryan Whalen, Sr.
UCLA: ST Derrick Coleman, Jr.; DB Tony Dye, Jr.; OL Ryan Taylor, Sr.; LB Sean Westgate, Jr.
USC: QB Matt Barkley, So.; E Rhett Ellison, Jr.; ST Chris Galippo, Jr.; RB Stanley Havili, Sr.; OL Khaled Holmes, So.; WR Ronald
Johnson, Sr.; OL Kristofer O’Dowd, Sr.; CB Nickell Robey, Fr.; WR Robert Woods, Fr.
WASHINGTON: LB Victor Aiyewa, Sr.; QB Jake Locker, Sr.; DL Alameda Ta’Amu, Jr.
WASHINGTON STATE: P Reid Forrest, Sr.; OL B.J. Guerra, Jr.; WR Jared Karsetter, Jr.; DE Travis Long, So.; DB Tyree Toomer, So.; QB Jeff Tuel, So.; OL Zack Williams, Sr.; WR Marquess Wilson, Fr.
NOTES ON THE TEAM
Selection Procedures: The All-Pac-10 Team is selected by the Pac-10 head football coaches.
By School: OREGON and STANFORD placed the most players on the first team with seven selections each, followed by CALIFORNIA and USC with three each.
By Class: Of the 28 first-team selections, 13 are seniors, 11 are juniors, three are sophomores and one freshman.
Unanimous: Four players were named on the first-team ballot of all 10 head coaches–QB Andrew Luck and WR Juron Criner of Arizona, DB Omar Bolden of Arizona State, and PR Cliff Harris of Oregon.
Three-time Selection: RB Jacquizz Rodgers of Oregon State is a three-time selection, the first ever for an Oregon State player. Two-time Selections: Three players are repeat first-team selections from last year–DT Stephen Paea of Oregon State, DB Rahim Moore of UCLA, P Bryan Anger of California.
All-Academic: Four players were named to the first team on both the All-Pac-10 Team and the Pac-10 All-Academic Football Team–RB LaMichael James and TE David Paulson of Oregon, and OL Chase Beeler and RB Owen Marecic of Stanford.

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