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Mountain West Announces 2022 Football All-Conference Teams and Individual Awards

 


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. The Mountain West today announced its 2022 All-Conference football teams and individual award winners, chosen by its 12 head coaches and a select media panel. Air Force senior runs back Brad Roberts has been honored as the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year while San José State junior defensive lineman William Fehoko was named MW Defensive Player of the Year. San Diego State senior gambler/place kicker Jack Browning earned MW Special Teams Player of the Year and Boise State quarterback Taylor Green has been selected as the MW Freshman of the Year. Andy Avalos of Boise State is the MW Coach of the Year.

ATTACKING PLAYER OF THE YEAR BRAD ROBERTS, SENIOR, RB, AIR FORCE

  • First Air Force player to win the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year award since Chad Hall in 2007 and only third all-time.
  • Back to win the award for the first time since 2017 and just the eighth time in the competition’s history.
  • Ended the regular season ranked in the top 10 nationally in total rushing yards (3ed; 1,612), rushing yards per game (5e; 134.3) and rushing touchdowns (10e; 15).
  • Rushed for at least 100 yards in 10 games in 2022, tied for third in a single season in MW history.
  • The 1,612 rushing yards are the most in a single season in program history and 12e-most in league history.
  • Earned MW Offensive Player of the Week three times in 2022.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR VILIAMI FEHOKO, JUNIOR, DL, STATE OF SAN JOSÉ

  • Second San José State player to earn MW Defensive Player of the Year honors in the past three seasons.
  • Only the seventh defensive lineman to earn the award.
  • Leads the Conference with 18.5 tackles for loss and tied for second with nine sacks.
  • The 18.5 tackles for loss is tied for sixth nationally.
  • Completed the regular season with 65 tackles and two forced fumbles.
  • Named MW Defensive Player of the Week on October 31.

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR JACK BROWNING, SENIOR, P/PK, STATE OF SAN DIEGO

  • San Diego State has earned Special Teams Player of the Year honors in five of the past eight years.
  • Covers place kicking, punting, and kickoff duties for the Aztecs.
  • Finished the regular season in the top-10 nationally in punts within the 20-yard line (T4e; 28), net punting (6e; 42.7) and point average (8e; 46.0).
  • Was 17-of-21 on field goal attempts with six multi-field goal games.
  • A perfect 28-of-28 on PATs.
  • Named Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Week twice this season.

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR – TAYLEN GREEN, QB, BOISE STATE

  • Third Boise State player to earn MW Freshman of the Year honors, alongside George Holani (2019) and Brett Rypien (2015).
  • Becomes only the sixth quarterback to earn the award.
  • Ranks fourth among FBS freshmen in passing touchdowns (12) and fifth in passing yards per game (157.3) and total passing yards (1,730).
  • The 1,730 passing yards ranks sixth in Mountain West in 2022.
  • Named MW Offensive Player of the Week twice and MW Freshman of the Week four times.
  • On the ground, he rushed for 437 yards and eight touchdowns.
  • The eight touchdowns rank eighth in the MW this season.
  • Among FBS freshman quarterbacks, the 437 rushing yards are the third most.

COACH OF THE YEAR – ANDY AVALOS, STATE BOISE

  • First career Mountain West Coach of the Year award.
  • First Boise State head coach to earn the honor.
  • Led the Broncos to a 9-3 regular season, including an 8-0 in MW action, and an appearance in the MW Football Championship Game.
  • One of only six FBS teams with immaculate records in conference play.
  • As of 2022, Boise State has defeated four teams with at least seven wins.
  • After opening the season 2-2, victories were recorded in seven of the last eight games.
  • Broncos defense finished the regular season ranked seventh nationally, with only 284.6 yards per game.

2022 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM
ATTACK

QB – Jake Haener, Sr., Fresno State
WR – Tory Horton, Jr., Colorado State
WR – Jalen Moreno-Cropper, Sr., Fresno State
WR – Elijah Cooks, Sr., San Jose State
RB – Brad Roberts, Sr., Air Force*
RB – Jordan Mims, Sr., Fresno State
TE – Caleb Phillips, Sr., Hawaii
OL – Isaac Cochran, Sr., Air Force
OL – John Ojukwu, Sr., State of Boise*
Olympic Games – Ilm Manning, Sr., Hawaii
OL – Alama Uluave, Sr., State of San Diego
OL – Alfred Edwards, Sr., Utah State
PK – John Hoyland, So., Wyoming
KR – Jordan Byrd, Sr., State of San Diego*

DEFENSE

DL – David Perales, Sr., Fresno State
DL – Jonah Tavai, Sr., San Diego State
DL – Viliami Fehoko, Sr., San Jose State**
DL – Cade Hall, Sr., State of San Jose*
LB – Caden McDonald, Sr., San Diego State**
LB – Kyle Harmon, Sr., State of San Jose**
LB – Austin Ajiake, Sr., UNLV
LB – Easton Gibbs, So., Wyoming
DB – JL Skinner, Sr., Boise State
DB – Jack Howell, So., State of Colorado
DB – Bentlee Sanders, Sr., Nevada
DB – Patrick McMorris, Sr., State of San Diego*
P – Jack Browning, Sr., State of San Diego
PR – Jordan Byrd, Sr., San Diego State

*Two-way first-team selection | **Triple selection of the first team

2022 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM
ATTACK

QB – Chevan Lamb, Jr., St. Joseph State
WR – Nikko Remigio, Sr., Fresno State
WR – Tyrell Shavers, Sr., San Diego State
WR – Brian Cobbs, Sr., Utah State
RB – George Holani, Jr., Boise State
RB – Calvin Tyler, Jr., Sr., Utah State
TE – Mark Redman, Jr., San Diego State
OL – Everett Smalley, Jr., Air Force
OL – Cade Beresford, Sr., Boise State
OL – Bula Schmidt, Sr., Fresno State
OL – Micah Vanterpool, Sr., Hawaii
OL – Cade Bennett, So., San Diego State
PK – Daniel Gutierrez, Sr., UNLV
KR – Christian Washington, Fr., New Mexico

DEFENSE

DL – Scott Matlock, Sr., Boise State*
DL – Mohamed Kamara, Sr., State of Colorado
DL – Dom Peterson, Sr., Nevada*
DL – Adam Plant, Jr., Sr., UNLV
LB – Vince Sanford, Sr., Air Force*
LB – Ezekiel Noa, Sr., Boise State
LB – DJ Schramm, Sr., Boise State
LB – Michael Shawcroft, Sr., San Diego State
DB – Trey Taylor, Jr., Air Force
DB – Evan Williams, Sr., Fresno State
DB – AJ Haulcy, Fr., New Mexico
DB – Ike Larsen, Fr., State of Utah
P – Aaron Rodriguez, Jr., New Mexico
PR – Nikko Remigio, Sr., Fresno State

*Two-way selection second team | ** Triple second team selection

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