The Washington Huskies have named two players from the American All-American Associated Press preseason team Trey Adams and Nick Harris both were selected for the second team.
Adams has missed the last five games of the 2017 season and the first 10 games of the 2018 season after being wounded from knee and back injuries.
Upon his return, Adams showed some rust, but he entered the Apple Cup to replace a wounded. Jared Hilbers and never looked back.
As a junior in 2017, Adams was widely regarded as one of the best linemen in the country and many were expecting him to leave after the end of his junior season and is heading quickly to the NFL, but a contactless ACL tear against Arizona State. forced to return and Washington will likely see the benefits this fall as it is considered one of the pillars of the offensive line.
Harris was a poorly recruited player coming out of JSerra Catholic in San Juan Capistrano, California, but he considered the field a true freshman. He was on his first start against Utah in Salt Lake City. way, including the Peach Bowl against Alabama.
In his first two seasons with the Huskies, Harris played almost exclusively in the right guard, but then slipped inside to take center position, his most natural position, and was finally named First All-Pac team 12.
In addition to being named to the American All-American team, Harris was also named player of the first All-Pac 12 team in the first season pre-season. preseason first team All-Pac 12 player and at the Outland Trophy Watchlist.
In addition to the two Washington players, the Stanford junior tackle Walker Little and senior guard of Oregon Shane Lemieux were both named to the first team on the offensive side of the Stanford ball and corner Paulson Adebo, junior, is the only player in Pac 12 to be named all-American MVP.
The other Pac 12 players joining Adams and Harris in the team's second offense are the Arizona State junior back. Eno Benjamin, Senior Offensive Acetate of Oregon Calvin Throckmorton and wide junior catcher Laviska Shenault.
Two 12 Pac players were also named in the second defensive team – Utah's main defensive tackle Leki Fotu and senior linebacker Cal Evan Weaver.
Washington has a few other players who could end up in the last US team that will be named after the season, including the junior defensive tackle. Levi Onwuzurike and tight end junior Hunter Bryant.
Freshman safety Cameron Williams was recently named to the Freshman All-American team by 247.