Four Pac-12 players on Walter Camp list

November, 13, 2012
The Walter Camp Football Foundation has announced its 15 “Players to Watch” for its 2012 Player of the Year award, and the list includes four from the Pac-12.

Here's the list with their accomplishments, per the Walter Camp Foundation.

Montee Ball, Senior, RB, Wisconsin – Has rushed for 1,226 yards and 16 touchdowns for the 7-3 Badgers.

Matt Barkley, Senior, QB, USC – Has passed for 2,972 yards and 33 touchdowns for the 7-3 Trojans.

Kenjon Barner, Senior, RB, Oregon – Has rushed for 1,360 yards and 19 touchdowns for the 10-0 Ducks.

Teddy Bridgewater, Sophomore, QB, Louisville – Has passed for 2,858 yards and 21 touchdowns for the 9-1 Cardinals.

Tajh Boyd, Junior, QB, Clemson – Has accounted for 3,304 yards of total offense and 33 touchdowns (28 passing, 5 rushing) for the 9-1 Tigers.

Colby Cameron, Senior, QB, Louisiana Tech – Has passed for 3,283 yards and 27 touchdowns for the 9-1 Bulldogs.

Johnathan Franklin, Senior, RB, UCLA – Has rushed for 1,270 yards and 8 touchdowns for the 8-2 Bruins.

Jarvis Jones, Junior, LB, Georgia – Has 56 tackles, 10.5 quarterback sacks, and 5 forced fumbles for the 9-1 Bulldogs.

Collin Klein, Senior, QB, Kansas State – Has accounted for 2,768 yards of total offense and 31 touchdowns (19 rushing, 12 passing) for the 10-0 Wildcats.

Marqise Lee, Sophomore, WR, USC – Has 98 receptions for 1,447 yards and 13 touchdowns for 7-3 Trojans.

EJ Manuel, Senior, QB, Florida State – Has passed for 2,641 yards and 19 touchdowns for 9-1 Seminoles.

Johnny Manziel, Freshman, QB, Texas A&M – Has passed for 2,780 yards and 18 touchdowns and rushed for 1,014 and 15 scores.

AJ McCarron, Senior, QB, Alabama – Has passed for 2,158 yards and 20 touchdowns for the 9-1 Crimson Tide.

Braxton Miller, Sophomore, QB, Ohio State – Has 2,919 yards of total offense and 27 touchdowns (14 passing, 13 rushing) for the 10-0 Buckeyes.

Manti Te'o, Senior, LB, Notre Dame – Has totaled 92 tackles and six interceptions for the 10-0 Fighting Irish.

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