The 2018 regular season is in the books and the College Football Playoffs are set. With the culmination of the regular season comes PFF's awards and all-conference selections as well as our All-American lists for both the first and second team.
The All-conference selections have been made by each of PFF's leading conference analyst based mainly on PFF's play-by-play grading process for the entire season as well as cumulative grades, game grades against quality opposition, other PFF advanced statistics and playing time.
The All-Conference USA selections below are headlined by the first team with the second team listed below each position.
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First Team: Mason Fine, North Texas
Fine was the conference's highest-graded quarterback as he averaged a very healthy 8.2 yards per attempt and kept an even more impressive and conference-best 79.9% adjusted completion percentage.
Second Team: Tyler Johnson III, UAB
First Team: Devin Singletary, FAU
Singletary leads the nation (for the time being) with 94 missed tackles forced on his carries.
Second Team: Jaqwis Dancy, Louisiana Tech
First Team: Kerrith Whyte Jr., FAU
Singletary's counterpart was incredibly effective on his own carries, averaging 3.92 yards after contact per attempt.
Second Team: Austin Walter, Rice
First Team: Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion
Fulgham led the conference with 1,083 receiving yards and combined to record 51 first-down and touchdown receptions to tie for the conference lead.
Second Team: Jovon Durante, FAU
First Team: Quez Watkins, Southern Miss
Of Watkins' 889 yards this season, 541 of them came after the catch, a figure that led the conference.
Second Team: Adrian Hardy, Louisiana Tech
First Team: C.J. Worton, FIU
Worton's 8.6 yards after the catch per reception was the second-highest among qualified conference receivers.
Second Team: Rico Bussey Jr., North Texas
First Team: Harrison Bryant, FAU
A Second-Team All-American, Bryant dominated for the Owls in 2018, hauling in 69.4% of his targeted passes for a conference-high 648 yards that saw 430 of them come after the catch.
Second Team: Jordan Myers, Rice
First Team: Cameron Clark, Charlotte
Clark finished as the highest-graded offensive linemen in the Conference USA, regardless of position.
Second Team: Riley Mayfield, North Texas
First Team: Jordan Budwig, FIU
On 365 snaps in pass protection, Budwig allowed just six total QB pressures.
Second Team: Elex Woodworth, North Texas
First Team: Sosaia Mose, North Texas
From 487 pass-blocking snaps, Mose allowed just four pressures.
Second Team: Seth Joest, Western Kentucky
First Team: Manase Mose, North Texas
The conference's second-highest graded guard allowed just two combined sacks and QB hits on his 541 snaps in pass protection.
Second Team: Tyler Witt, Western Kentucky
First Team: Miles Pate, Western Kentucky
Pate finished just below Clark in overall grade and in run-blocking grade, garnering his spot here.
Second Team: Michael Rodriguez, Louisiana Tech
First Team: Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion
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Second Team: Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech
First Team: Alex Highsmith, Charlotte
Leading all edge defenders in total defensive stops with 46, Highsmith also forced a fumble and batted a pass at the line of scrimmage.
Second Team: Lorenzo Dantzler, UTSA
First Team: Anthony Rush, UAB
Rush racked up 14 QB pressures but was dominant across the board registering 25 defensive stops and 36 total tackles.
Second Team: Ulaiasi Tauaalo, North Texas
First Team: Zach Abercrumbia, Rice
A sure tackler from the interior, Abercrumbia missed just one tackle on his 49 attempts in 2018.
Second Team: Channing Hames, Marshall
First Team: Chris Woolbright, UAB
Woolbright blitzed on 40 snaps in 2018, registering a pressure on 25.0% of those pass-rushing snaps including two sacks.
Second Team: Racheem Boothe, Southern Miss
First Team: Josiah Tauaefa, UTSA
Tauaefa finished the season with 21 total QB pressures on just 68 pass-rushing snaps while he also finished second among all linebackers with 57 defensive stops.
Second Team: E.J. Ejiya, North Texas
First Team: Brontae Harris, UAB
No defensive back in the conference limited receivers better than Harris who allowed just 39.6% of his targeted passes to be caught and held opposing quarterbacks to a 40.6 passer rating when targeted.
Second Team: Nate Brooks, North Texas
First Team: Kemon Hall, North Texas
Hall led the conference's cornerbacks with a combined 14 plays on the ball that included five interceptions to tie for the C-USA lead.
Second Team: Stantley Thomas-Oliver III, FIU
First Team: Malik Gant, Marshall
Gant was selected as the nation's best safety in the box as he dominated once again against the run for the Thundering Herd.
Second Team: Richard Dames, DIU
First Team: Ben Deluca, Charlotte
Deluca was a force for the 49ers this year, registering 16 defensive stops and making 84 total tackles while missing just five tackle attempts on the season.
Second Team: Ky'El Hemby, Southern Miss
First Team: Mar'Sean Diggs
Targeted 19 times in coverage, Diggs allowed just seven receptions and limited receivers in his primary coverage to just a 56.1 passer rating when targeted.
Second Team: Dorian Hall, FIU
First Team: Jonathan Cruz, Charlotte
Cruz was perfect on extra points this season and knocked home 8-of-10 field goals from 40 or more yards away.
Second Team: Cole Hedlund, North Texas
First Team: Jack Fox, Rice
Fox averaged 40.3 net yards per punt, nearly a full yard more than the next closest as 44 of his 80 kicks were downed inside the 20-yard line to lead the conference.
Second Team: Davan Dyer, Louisiana Tech
First Team: DeAndre Torrey, North Texas
Torrey led the conference by averaging 29.3 yards per kick return and had a long of 96 yards on his kick-return touchdown this season.
Second Team: De'Michael Harris, Southern Miss
First Team: Maurice Alexander, FIU
Alexander averaged an astounding 16.3 yards per punt return and made nearly as many fair catches (13) as he did returns (14) without muffing a single attempt.
Second Team: Marcel Williams, Marshall