Dec. 06--EUGENE -- Shane Lemieux, Calvin Throckmorton and Justin Hollins lead a group of eight Oregon players named All-Pac-12 by the Associated Press.
Lemieux, Throckmorton and Hollins were named First Team All-Pac-12 by an AP voting panel while Dillon Mitchell, Jake Hanson, Jordon Scott, Thomas Graham Jr. and Ugochukwu Amadi were named to the Second Team. Lemieux and Mitchell were also second team selections by the conference's coaches.
Lemieux, a redshirt-junior, started all 12 games at left guard and is the fourth-ranked offensive guard nationally, according to Pro Football Focus.
Throckmorton, a redshirt-junior offensive tackle, started all 12 games and played at four of five positions along the offensive line for the Ducks. His pass-blocking grade of 91.6 ranks No. 4 among all FBS tackles, according to PFF., which had Throckmorton, Lemieux and Hollins as All-Pac-12 players as well.
Hollins, a senior linebacker, had 57 tackles with 12 for loss including five sacks, an interception and fumble return.
Mitchell, a junior receiver, leads the Pac-12 with 1,114 receiving yards on 69 catches with nine touchdowns.
Hanson, a redshirt-junior center, started 11 games and appeared in all 12.
Scott, a sophomore defensive tackle, had 28 tackles with 3.5 for loss with one sack.
Graham, a sophomore cornerback, had 52 tackles with four for loss including a sack, 16 pass breakups and three interceptions with one returned for a touchdown.
Amadi, a senior safety, had 50 tackles with five for loss including 1.5 sacks, seven pass breakups, three interceptions and a forced fumble. He also averaged 16.46 yards per punt return with a return touchdown.
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