Senior safety Deone Bucannon and senior kicker Andrew Furney were each placed on the second team.
The annual Crimson and Gray Game will be held April 20 at Joe Albi Stadium in Spokane.
10 Cougars received all-conference recognition.
Andrew Furney's 27-yard field goal in overtime brought the Apple Cup trophy back to Pullman.
Kickoff is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. on FOX.
The 2012 Washington State Football Season Highlights Captured in Photos
Washington St. vs. Washington
Washington State vs. Utah - AP Photos (11/3/12)
Washington State vs. No 19 Standord - AP Photos
The Cougs face Cal in Pullman
SOPHOMORE (2011): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, making 11 starts...second on team with 80 tackles, including 58 solo...second on team with three interceptions...recorded four pass breakups, forced one fumble and blocked one field goal...finished fifth in the Pac-12 with 58 solo tackles and No. 13 in tackles-per-game (6.7)...named to Phil Steele's Midseason All-Pac-12 second team...made seven tackles in the win over Idaho State...made eight tackles and picked off a pass at San Diego State...had five tackles and made an interception in the win at Colorado...made 11 tackles, including seven solo, against No. 7 Stanford...had five tackles, an interception and picked up WSU's Big Hit Award at No. 7 Oregon...made eight tackles, seven solo and forced a fumble that earned WSU's Big Hit Award at California...made a season-high 13 tackles, all solo in the win over Arizona State...made two tackles while playing with sprained ankle against Utah...made nine tackles, seven solo and blocked a field goal attempt at Washington.
FRESHMAN (2010): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, making eight starts...earned CollegeFootballNews.com Freshman All-America honorable mention accolades...named to Rivals.com Pacific-10 All-Freshman team and Phil Steele's All-Pacific-10 fourth team...led team with 84 tackles (7.0 per game), 67 solo and four for loss...finished 15th overall in tackles in the conference and was the conference's leading freshman tackler...tied for fourth in tackles in conference games only, averaging 8.1 tackles per game...tied for team-lead with two interceptions and had five pass breakups....forced two fumbles and recovered one...led team in tackles in four contests...made four tackles and forced a fumble at Oklahoma State...named Cougar Special Teams Player of the Week against Montana State...in first career start, made five tackles at SMU...registered eight tackles, all solo, and recorded first career interception against USC...made five tackles and recovered a fumble against Oregon...earned Cougar Defensive Player of the Week accolades against Arizona, collecting a game-high 16 tackles, 14 solo, along with a tackle-for-loss and a pass breakup...the 16 tackles were the most by a Cougar since Xavier Hicks, Jr. had 17 against Arizona State (10/6/07)...the 14 solo tackles tied for the fifth-most in school single-game history and were the most by a Cougar freshman...followed that performance with 15 tackles, 11 solo, at Stanford...made eight tackles, all solo, at Arizona State...made 10 tackles, five solo, and had the Cougars "Big Hit" of the Week against California...collected seven tackles, forced a fumble and had an interception in the end zone against Washington.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
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