UCLA RB Joshua Kelley named All-Pac-12 second team; no Bruins make first team

One year after having simply one player called to the All-Pac-12 first-team, the UCLA football team obtained locked out Tuesday.

UCLA running back Joshua Kelley was called to the All-Pac-12 second team, together with 4 added Bruins gaining honorable-mention acknowledgment.

The majority of glaring was that UCLA (4-8, 4-5 in Pac-12) fell short to land a defensive gamer on the all-conference initial or junior varsity for the very first time since 2011.

Kelley, a redshirt senior in his 3rd year with the Bruins, ended his UCLA career with 2,303 overall hurrying yards and also ended up being the program’s eighth running back to rush for 1,000 yards in back-to-back seasons. He was All-Pac-12 respectable reference last year.

This period, the Lancaster indigenous do with 1,060 hurrying yards. His 229 carries, 12 rushing goals and also standard of 96.4 rushing backyards per game ranked him 2nd in the Pac-12. He was the only gamer in the conference to have 4 rushing goals in a solitary video game this period.

Tight end Caleb Wilson was the single Bruin named to the initial team last period after he led all FBS limited ends in functions per game (5.0 ), receiving lawns per video game (80.4) and also getting yards (965 ). He additionally broke the UCLA single-season documents for a limited end in obtaining lawns as well as functions (60 ).

Bruins obtaining honorable reference honors Tuesday were tight end Devin Asiasi, linebacker Krys Barnes, protective back Darnay Holmes and also punter Wade Lees.

Asiasi completed his second period with UCLA with 44 functions for 641 yards as well as 4 touchdowns. In the Bruins’ competing video game versus USC on Nov. 23, the redshirt junior had five catches for 141 lawns on top of a 53-yard touchdown.

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