2010 ALL-PAC-10 OFFENSE
This season's all-stars include a brother act, a quarterback with a fortuitous last name and a center who could hit pay dirt next April.
QB ANDREW LUCK STANFORD SOPHOMORE
He set a Cardinal freshman record with 2,575 yards as a redshirt in 2009 and led Stanford to its most productive scoring year in school history (434 points). Luck could be the school's best quarterback since John Elway.
SECOND TEAM JAKE LOCKER WASHINGTON SENIOR
RB LAMICHAEL JAMES OREGON SOPHOMORE
He'll miss the first game of the season because of a suspension, but that shouldn't slow James, whose 40-yard dash time this off-season was 4.69. He averaged 6.7 yards per carry as a freshman.
SECOND TEAM NIC GRIGSBY ARIZONA SENIOR
RB JACQUIZZ RODGERS OREGON STATE JUNIOR
A superb inside runner despite his size (5' 7", 188), Rodgers is fourth among active NCAA players in career rushing TDs (32). He was All-Pac-10 as a sophomore and will enter the season with only one fumble in 656 touches.