Archbishop Murphy High School was well-represented on the All-Pac-12 football teams released by the conference Tuesday.
Washington defensive back Kyler Gordon and Washington State offensive tackle Abraham Lucas were both named to the first team after standout seasons for their teams.
Lucas, a three-time second-team performer in his WSU career, started 12 games this year and didn’t allow a sack across 477 passing downs. The NFL-bound right tackle graded out as the Pac-12’s most effective pass-blocker and the No. 3 pass-blocker nationally, per Pro Football Focus.
He will play in the Senior Bowl early next year and presumably be scooped up by an NFL club in April’s draft.
Gordon, a redshirt junior, helped lead a Huskies secondary that finished atop the FBS this season in passing yards per game allowed (143.3), passing yards per completion allowed (8.87) and passing touchdowns allowed (six).
Gordon started each of UW’s 12 games, led the Huskies with seven passes defended, and finished tied for the team lead with two interceptions. He also tallied 45 tackles, including two for losses and forced a fumble.
Washington left tackle Jaxson Kirkland and cornerback Trent McDuffie were also selected to the first team.
Kirkland is a two-time first-team All-Pac-12 selection. The fifth-year senior anchored the Huskies’ offensive line this season, starting the 10 games he played in at left tackle.
McDuffie started each of the 11 games he played in this season, finished with six passes defended and added 35 tackles including two for losses and one sack.
Huskies punter Race Porter was named to the second team. The sixth-year senior broke UW’s single-season punting average this fall, finishing with 48.5 yards per punt on 53 attempts, while also ranking second in the Pac-12 in the category and fifth among all FBS punters.
WSU kicker Dean Janikowski and edge rusher Ron Stone Jr. were also named to the first team, giving the Cougars three first-team selections for the first time since 2015.
Janikowski started all 12 games and connected on 14-of-17 field goal attempts, the best field goal percentage in the Pac-12 and tied for the second-most makes in the conference
Stone Jr. was fifth in the conference with 11.5 tackles for loss and his five sacks were good for eighth-most in the league.
WSU wide receivers Travell Harris and Calvin Jackson Jr. were both named to the second team.
Cougars quarterback Jayden de Laura was named the Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Year.
Playing his first full season, de Laura led the Pac-12 with 2,751 passing yards, 23 passing touchdowns and 250.1 passing yards-per-game.