Offensive tackle Abraham Lucas, a graduate of Archbishop Murphy High School in Everett, was among four Washington State football players who earned All-Pac-12 honors Tuesday.
Lucas, a redshirt sophomore, was named to the second team. He started all 12 games for the Cougars and finished the regular season ranked as the best pass-blocking offensive tackle in the country by ProFootballFocus, and the fifth-best offensive tackle overall.
Lucas also was a second-team pick last year.
The other WSU players honored were kicker Blake Mazza (first team), quarterback Anthony Gordon (second team) and special teams/all-purpose player Travion Brown (second team).
Five Washington Huskies made the first team: tight end Hunter Bryant, offensive linemen Trey Adams and Nick Harris, defensive lineman Levi Onwuzurike, and defensive back Elijah Molden.
Washington coach Chris Petersen said Monday that Bryant and Adams won’t play against Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl on Dec. 21. Both are projected as early-round picks in the 2020 NFL draft.
Four Huskies were named to the second team: defensive linemen Ryan Bowman and Joe Tryon, defensive back Myles Bryant and kicker Peyton Henry.
Washington defensive back Kyler Gordon, a redshirt freshman who played with Lucas at Archbishop Murphy, received honorable mention.
Utah running back Zack Moss was named the Pac-12’s Offensive Player of Year, and linebacker Evan Weaver of California was named the Defensive Player of the Year.
Kyle Whittingham, who guided Utah to an 11-1 regular-season record, earned coach-of-the-year honors.