Washington had six players named to the All-Pac-12 first team announced by the conference Tuesday afternoon. An additional three players were placed on the second-team while four earned honorable mention.
Offensive linemen Nick Harris and Kaleb McGary, defensive lineman Greg Gaines, linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven and defensive backs Byron Murphy and Taylor Rapp were all first-team selections.
Burr-Kirven, who leads the nation with 165 total tackles, is the favorite to be named the Pat Tillman Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year later Tuesday evening.
Running back Myles Gaskin, defensive back Myles Bryant and special teamer Elijah Molden were named to the second team.
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The honorable mention selections were quarterback Jake Browning, defensive lineman Jaylen Johnson, safety JoJo McIntosh and tight end Drew Sample.
Washington State had 12 players earn All-Pac-12 honors.
Quarterback Gardner Minshew and offensive lineman Andre Dillard were both named to the first team, while defensive lineman Logan Tago and offensive lineman Abraham Lucas were second-team selections.
Punter Oscar Draguicevich, wide receiver Travell Harris, offensive lineman Frederick Mauigoa, linebacker Peyton Pelluer, safety Jalen Thompson, running back James Williams; special teamer Kainoa Wilson and linebacker Jahad Woods were all given honorable mention.
See the All-Pac-12 selections in their entirety here.