2023 College Football All-Pac-12 Team: Oregon QB Bo Nix, UCLA EDGE Laiatu Latu and more

2TATCJH Oregon quarterback Bo Nix (10) scrambles during an NCAA college football game for the Pac-12 Conference championship against Washington, Friday, Dec. 1, 2023, in Las Vegas. The Huskies won 34-31 to win the Pac-12 football championship. (Aaron M. Sprecher via AP)

With bowl season upon us, it’s time to look back at the top performers from what was an incredible 2023 season of college football. After unveiling our All-American team and awards, here’s a look at PFF’s 2023 All-Pac-12 team, as voted on by 13 PFF analysts and data collectors.

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QB: Bo Nix, Oregon Ducks
RB: Bucky Irving, Oregon Ducks
WR: Rome Odunze, Washington Huskies
WR: Troy Franklin, Oregon Ducks
WR: Tetairoa McMillan, Arizona Wildcats
TE: Jack Velling, Oregon State Beavers
LT: Jordan Morgan, Arizona Wildcats
LG: Heneli Bloomfield, Oregon State Beavers
C: Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon Ducks
RG: Steven Jones, Oregon Ducks
RT: Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State Beavers


DI: Brandon Dorlus, Oregon Ducks
DI: Bear Alexander, USC Trojans
EDGE: Laiatu Latu, UCLA Bruins
EDGE: Bralen Trice, Washington Huskies
LB: Edefuan Ulofoshio, Washington Huskies
LB: Jackson Sirmon, California Golden Bears
CB: Tacario Davis, Arizona Wildcats
CB: Alex Johnson, UCLA Bruins
S: Kitan Oladapo, Oregon State Beavers
S: Akili Arnold, Oregon State Beavers
Flex-D: Calen Bullock, USC Trojans

Special Teams

K: Joshua Karty, Stanford Cardinal
P: Mark Vassett, Colorado Buffaloes
RS: Zachariah Branch, USC Trojans

Offensive Player Spotlight: QB Bo Nix, Oregon

Nix's 92.3 passing grade was the top mark in college football this season. The Heisman finalist also led all signal-callers with an 84.6% adjusted completion rate while tying for first in passing touchdowns (40).

Defensive Player Spotlight: EDGE Laiatu Latu, UCLA

Latu has the best comeback story in college football. While at Washington, he missed the 2020 and 2021 seasons after being forced to medically retire with a neck injury. He then transferred to UCLA and was the highest-graded player in college football this season (95.3). His 21.9% pressure rate led all FBS edge defenders, and his 24.2% pass-rush win rate paced the Power Five at the position.

Highest-Graded Seasons by FBS EDGEs in PFF College era (Since 2014)
Name School Season Grade
Chase Young Ohio State 2019 96.0
Laiatu Latu UCLA 2023 95.3
Aidan Hutchinson Michigan 2021 94.5

Offensive Line Spotlight: Oregon State Beavers

Oregon State’s offensive line led the nation with an 85.6 grade this season. The Beavers also posted a 93.2 run-blocking grade — more than six points better than the next-closest FBS school. The leader of that unit was right tackle Taliese Fuaga, whose 86.5 grade ranked second among FBS offensive tackles.

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