Sean Canfield | Senior
One of the team captains
Canfield has turned in a stellar 2009 thus far as he leads the Pac-10
in passing yards per game (254.3), passing touchdowns (21), passing yards
(3,103) and completion percentage (.700).
Canfield will most
likely crush the school completion percentage for a season -- the current
record is 60.6 by Matt Moore in 2006.
The California native
has thrown just two interceptions in his last 250 attempts and has throw
at least two touchdowns in five of the last six games.
His 5,802 career passing
yards and 38 career touchdown passes both rank fourth in school history.
Jacquizz Rodgers | Sophomore
So much for the sophomore
slump. Quizz, who was the Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year in 2008,
once again makes his way onto the first team after rumbling for 1,377
yards and 20 touchdowns, a single-season school record, at 5.4 yards per
The dependable running
back also chipped in with 74 receptions for 509 yards and one touchdown.
Quizz has a shot at
tying or breaking the school record for the most points in a season. He
currently has 126 points with Steven Jackson holding the record at 132
James Rodgers | Junior
One of Canfield's
favorite targets Rodgers topped the 1,000 yard receiving mark for the
first time in his career corralling a team high 87 passes for 1,004 yards
and nine touchdowns.
Rodgers also added
54 carries for 289 yards and one touchdown on the ground.
The Texas product
set the single-season all-purpose yards record for OSU in the Civil War
(2,098) while his nine touchdown receptions ar the fourth most in single-season
Rodgers was named
a first team kick returner last season.
Gregg Peat | Senior
A mainstay on the
offensive line and one of the team captains Peat has started a team best
26 consecutive games.
Peat is a big reason
why the Beaver offense ranks near the top of the conference in almost
every statistical category.
Stephen Paea | Junior
One of the strongest
members of the team Paea has been an immovable rock in the middle helping
limit OSU's opponents to just a shade over 100 rushing yards a game.
Despite facing double
teams all-year Paea has recorded 41 tackles, including a co-team high
7.5 tackles for loss, and a team high four forced fumbles.
Paea was a honorable
mention pick in '08.
Keaton Kristick | Senior
One of the team's
emotional leaders and one of the top linebackers in the Pac-10 conference.
Kristick, who has
started 26 consecutive games, has a team high 87 stops, including a co-team
high 7.5 for loss, to go along with two interceptions and one recovered
The outside linebacker
as a second team selection last year.
Suaesi Tuimaunei | Junior
After being supplanted
from the top of the depth chart at safety Tuimaunei has shined on special
teams as a gunner grabbing 10 tackles on special teams - good for the
second most on the team.
Justin Kahut | Junior
Despite being shaky
at times Kahut delivered many times for the Men in Black as he connected
on 22 of 27 field goals and 43 of 44 extra points.
C Alex Linnenkohl, Jr.; MLB David Pa'aluhi, So.; OLB Keith Pankey, Jr.; OLB
Dwight Roberson, Jr.
2008 all conference player
cards | 2007 all-conference
player cards | 2006
all-conference player cards | 2005
all-conference player cards | 2004
all-conference player cards
- The Beavers placed nine
players on the first and second teams a year ago.
- For the full list of
all-Pac-10 players visit Pac-10.org.
- Three players were named
on the first-team ballot of all 10 head coaches--PK Kai Forbath and DT Brian Price of UCLA and RB Toby Gerhart of Stanford.
- Oregon State placed the
most players on the first team with seven selections, followed by California,
UCLA and USC with five. Arizona and California were next with four.
- Of the 27 first-team
selections, 15 are seniors, eight are juniors, four are sophomores and there
are no freshman.
- Five players are repeat
first-team selections from last year--FS Taylor Mays of USC, DT Brian Price
of UCLA, CB Syd'Quan Thompson of California, and Jacquizz Rodgers and James
Rodgers of Oregon State.