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2011 ALL-PAC-12 OFFENSE
Two premier Heisman possibilities lead their respective teams' charges, but the men up front should also make an impression
QB ANDREW LUCK STANFORD JUNIOR
Heisman hopeful Luck appears to have no weaknesses. "It seems like he's been in the [NFL] for six years already," says USC assistant head coach Monte Kiffin. "He was ready to come out this year. I was pulling for him to."
SECOND TEAM DARRON THOMAS OREGON JUNIOR
RB LAMICHAEL JAMES OREGON JUNIOR
The nation's quickest power back rushed for 1,731 yards and 21 touchdowns last year. Another Heisman candidate, James leads Kenjon Barner, Lache Seastrunk and De'Anthony Thomas in one of the nation's best backfields.
SECOND TEAM CHRIS POLK WASHINGTON JUNIOR
RB RODNEY STEWART COLORADO SENIOR
The undersized (5' 6", 175 pounds) back amasses a startling amount of yardage between the tackles--1,318 on 290 carries with 10 TDs in 2010. His production is important, as the Buffs had only 15 rushing TDs all season.