- Ted Miller, ESPN Staff Writer
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With all major All-American teams now published, Stanford offensive guard David Yankey leads the Pac-12 as the conference's lone unanimous selection.
Five other Pac-12 players were consensus selections: Arizona RB Ka'Deem Carey, Oregon State WR Brandin Cooks, UCLA OLB Anthony Barr, Stanford OLB Trent Murphy and Stanford kick returner Ty Montgomery.
This marks the seventh consecutive season the Pac-12 has had a unanimous selection. Yankey, who led a Cardinal offensive unit that ranked fourth nationally for fewest tackles for loss allowed/game (3.69) and 16th nationally for fewest sacks allowed/game (1.15), is the eighth unanimous All-America selection in Stanford history.
We previously noted a handful of other All-American teams, all of which included Yankey, by the way.
To earn consensus honors, a player must be selected first team on at least three of the five major All-America teams and be listed on the most first-team All-America teams relative to other players at that position. For positions with more than one player represented on the first team, a corresponding number of players may earn a consensus billing. The organizations used in the consensus chart are American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America, The Sporting News and Walter Camp Football Foundation.
2013 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS FROM THE PAC-12