Arizona senior cornerback Trevin Wade earned second-team All-Pac-12 honors, the only Wildcats player honored on the all-conference teams.
Five players received honorable mention honors: Senior quarterback Nick Foles, senior receiver Juron Criner, junior center Kyle Quinn, freshman defensive back Tra’Mayne Bondurant and junior kicker John Bonano.
Wade led the Wildcats with 13 pass break-ups, and he also had two interceptions. He finished with 52 tackles.
Bondurant essentially played only half a season, entering the starting lineup for the seventh game after Tim Kish took over as interim head coach. He played a hybrid nickel back/linebacker position.
Bondurant finished with 45 tackles, including 3.5 for loss. He broke up six passes, intercepted a pass and forced a fumble.
Stanford’s Andrew Luck was the first-team quarterback, and USC’s Matt Barkley earned second-team honors, leaving the record-setting Foles as honorable mention. Criner battled injuries to finish with 75 catches for 956 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Bonano added place-kicking duties to his kickoff role after Kish took over, making 8 of 12 attempts with a long of 47. He hit 22 of his 67 kickoffs for touchbacks. He was 24 of 24 on extra-ppint attempts, after Arizona missed five in the first six games.
Bonano had been listed as a senior for most of the season, but he was actually a redshirt junior who is eligible next season.
The All-Pac-12 teams are selected by the league coaches.