Quarterback Jared Goff and running back Daniel Lasco were among seven Cal players named honorable mention all-Pac-12 selections by the league’s coaches.
Other Cal players chosen were tight end Stephen Anderson, linebacker Michael Barton, offensive guard Chris Borrayo, defensive tackle Austin Clark and all-around/special teams player Bryce McGovern.
One interesting omission — wide receiver Kenny Lawler, who caught 54 passes for 701 yards and nine touchdowns, despite missing a game with injury.
Cal had no players selected to the first or second team.
Goff set single-season school records with 3,973 passing yards and 35 touchdown passes, both among the top marks in the nation. Lasco rushed for 1,115 yards, including five 100-yard games, and scored 14 touchdowns.
Anderson, a former walkon, slid from wideout to tight end and caught 46 passes for 661 yards and five touchdowns. Borrayo started 11 of 12 games at left guard for an offense that ranks 12th nationally at 38.3 points per game.
Barton led the Bears with 80 tackles, including 7.5 for losses, and Clark anchored a defensive line that improved from 86th to 38th nationally at defending the run.
McGovern was a standout on five of Cal’s six special team units, finishing with 27 tackles and the team’s lone blocked punt.