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The 2021 College Football All-Pac 12 Team

Oregon defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux celebrates a stop against California, Oct. 15, 2021. Syndication The Register Guard

The 2021 college football regular season has officially come to a close, and now it’s time to recognize the top players across the country with PFF’s all-conference teams and conference players of the year.

With the help of PFF grades and advanced statistics — which are now available to PFF’s CFB Premium Stats+ Subscribers — we present to you the 2021 Pac-12 Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year and All-Pac 12 teams.

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POWER FIVE: ACC | Big Ten | Big 12SEC

GROUP OF FIVE: AAC | C-USA | MAC | Mountain West | Sun Belt


WR Drake London, USC Trojans

London was amid a historically great year before going down with a season-ending injury in Week 9. The 6-foot-5, 210-pound receiver — who was even on the USC basketball team at one point — earned a 91.8 receiving grade this year.

The USC pass-catcher racked up 37 receptions against single coverage in the 2021 season, 14 more than any other Power Five receiver at the time of his injury. He also forced 22 missed tackles and totaled 19 contested catches, four more than any other FBS wide receiver in the regular season despite missing the final third of the year.


Edge Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon Ducks

Thibodeaux was born to rush the passer. The 6-foot-5, 258-pound edge defender is a physical freak of nature and showed some refinement in his game as a true junior in 2021 to take his play to elite status.

Thibodeaux earned a 91.5 pass-rush grade in the regular season despite missing some time early due to injury. He was one of four Power Five edge defenders who posted a pass-rush win rate north of 30% on true pass-rush snaps (no screen pass, quick pass, play-action or RPO).

Thibodeaux’s dominance even forced teams to scheme away from him and remove any threat of him getting close to the quarterback when on the field, which shows the kind of impact he had on the Oregon defense.


QB Chance Nolan, Oregon State
RB Zach Charbonnet, UCLA
RB Rachaad White, Arizona State
WR Drake London, USC
WR Trevon Bradford, Oregon State
WR Devon Williams, Oregon
TE Benjamin Yurosek, Stanford
LT Kellen Diesch, Arizona State
LG Andrew Vorhees, USC
C Brett Neilon, USC
RG Liam Jimmons, USC
RT Braeden Daniels, Utah

DI Popo Aumavae, Oregon
DI Brandon Dorlus, Oregon
ED Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon
ED Mike Tafua, Utah
LB Devin Lloyd, Utah
LB Nephi Sewell, Utah
CB Trent McDuffie, Washington
CB Kyler Gordon, Washington
S Elijah Hicks, Cal
S Daniel Scott, Cal
FLEX D Brendan Radley-Hiles, Washington

K Cole Becker, Colorado
P Ben Griffiths, USC
KR Mykael Wright, Oregon
PR Britain Covey, Utah


QB Cam Rising, Utah
RB Tavion Thomas, Utah
RB Keaontay Ingram, USC
WR Kyle Philips, UCLA
WR Britain Covey, Utah
WR Calvin Jackson Jr., Washington State
TE Brant Kuithe, Utah
LT Sean Rhyan, UCLA
LG Paul Grattan Jr., UCLA
C Dohnovan West, Arizona State
RG McKade Mettauer, Cal
RT Abraham Lucas, Washington State

DI D.J. Davidson, Arizona State
DI Otito Ogbonnia, UCLA
ED Marqez Bimage, Cal
ED Drake Jackson, USC
LB Noah Sewell, Oregon
LB Nate Landman, Colorado
CB Jay Shaw, UCLA
CB Jack Jones, Arizona State
S Vonte Davis, Utah
S Alton Julian, Oregon State
FLEX D Quentin Lake, UCLA

K Tyler Loop, Arizona
P Luke Loecher, Oregon State
KR Kaazmeir Allen, UCLA
PR Kyle Phillips, UCLA


QB Kedon Slovis, USC
RB Max Borghi, Washington State
RB B.J. Baylor, Oregon State
WR Travell Harris, Washington State
WR Stanley Berryhill III, Arizona
WR Trevon Clark, Cal
TE Greg Dulcich, UCLA
LT Jaxson Kirkland, Washington
LG Kary Kutsch, Colorado
C Nathan Eldridge, Oregon State
RG Nous Keobounnam, Oregon State
RT Brandon Kipper, Oregon State

DI Tuli Letuligasenoa, Washington
DI Mustafa Johnson, Colorado
ED Tuli Tuipulotu, USC
ED Ron Stone Jr., Washington State
LB Darien Butler, Arizona State
LB Eric Gentry, Arizona State
CB Mykael Wright, Oregon
CB Mekhi Blackmon, Colorado
S Asa Turner, Washington
S Kitan Oladapo, Oregon State
FLEX D Armani Marsh, Washington State

K Joshua Karty, Stanford
P Kyle Ostendorp, Arizona
KR Nikko Remigio, Cal
PR Casey Filkins, Stanford


QB Chase Garbers, Cal
RB Travis Dye, Oregon
RB T.J. Pledger, Utah
WR Elijah Higgins, Stanford
WR Jeremiah Hunter, Cal
WR Tre'Shaun Harrison, Oregon State
TE Dalton Kincaid, Utah
LT Joshua Gray, Oregon State
LG Justin Dedich, USC
C Josh McCauley, Arizona
RG Branson Bragg, Stanford
RT Ben Scott, Arizona State

DI Hauati Pututau, Utah
DI Kyon Barrs, Arizona
ED Carson Wells, Colorado
ED Mitchell Agude, UCLA
LB Edefuan Olofoshio, Washington
LB Merlin Robertson, Arizona State
CB Clark Phillips III, Utah
CB Christian Gonzalez, Colorado
S George Hicks III, Washington State
S DeAndre Pierce, Arizona State
FLEX D Kyu Blu Kelly, Stanford

K Dario Longhetto, Cal
P Ryan Sanborn, Stanford
KR Nathaniel Peat, Stanford
PR Stanley Berryhill III, Arizona

Click to view PFF's 2021 All-Conference teams

POWER FIVE: ACC | Big Ten | Big 12SEC

GROUP OF FIVE: AAC | C-USA | MAC | Mountain West | Sun Belt

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