SportsPac12 Players of the Week (Week 7)

The top offensive, defensive, and freshman players as chosen by our senior football writers

Each week our three senior football writers—Dane Miller, Jack Follman, and Nick Bartlett—select an Offensive, Defensive, and Freshman Player of the Week throughout the 2020 football season.


They submit their selections before the official Pac-12 Players of the Week are released to keep their choices independent, based on the nominations of student broadcasters and writers through our partnership with Dash Sports TV.

You’ll find their nominations tabulated, along with both the SportsPac12 and Pac-12 selections, in tables at the bottom of the page.

— Offensive Player of the Week —

Simi Fehoko, Junior Wide Receiver, Stanford

Stanford’s Simi Fehoko runs away from a UCLA defender. |

Simi Fehoko hauled in a Stanford-record 16 passes for a career-best 230 yards—an average of 14.4 yards per catch—to go with a career-high three touchdowns as Stanford beat UCLA 48-27 in double overtime.


— Defensive Player of the Week —

Evan Fields, Senior Defensive Back, ASU

ASU’s Evan Fields forces Oregon State’s Jermar Jefferson to fumble. | Karl Maasdam/Oregon State athletics

Evan Fields recorded 10 tackles, nine of them solo, and forced a fumble in Arizona State’s 46-33 victory over Oregon State, finishing with 38 tackles on the season.


— Freshman Player of the Week —

Ty Jordan, Freshman Running Back, Utah

Utah’s Ty Jordan scores against Washington State. | Yukai Peng, Deseret News

Ty Young wins his third-straight Player of the Year award in recording his third-straight 100-yard game in Utah’s dramatic 45-28 comeback win over WSU.

Week 7 Comparative Players of the Week (SportsPac12 & Pac-12 Conference)

1SportsPac12Jarek BroussardTalanoa HufangaJayden de Laura
Pac-12 ConferenceJarek BroussardMerlin RobertsonJayden de Laura
2SportsPac12Tyler ShoughAvery RobertsAyden Hector
Pac-12 ConferenceSam NoyerNate LandmanAyden Hector
3SportsPac12Jermar JeffersonJordan HappleDylan Morris
Pac-12 ConferenceJermar JeffersonJordan HappleDylan Morris
4SportsPac12Jermar JeffersonElijah MoldenDylan Morris
Pac-12 ConferenceJermar JeffersonNate LandmanDylan Morris
5SportsPac12Jarek BroussardAvery RobertsTy Jordan
Pac-12 ConferenceJarek BroussardKuony DengTy Jordan
6SportsPac12Ty JordanTalanoa HufangaTy Jordan
Pac-12 ConferenceKedon SlovisTalanoa HufangaTy Jordan
7SportsPac12Simi FehokoJamal HillTy Jordan
Pac-12 ConferenceSimi FehokoEvan FieldsTy Jordan

Week 7 Nominations from Dash Sports TV Student Broadcasters and Writers

ArizonaMichael WileyAnthony PandyDJ MourningJacob Mennuti & Ryan Wohl
Arizona StateDeamonte TrayanumMerlin RobertsonDeamonte TrayanumWills Rice & Josh Eyraud
CalNikko RemigioCam GoodeMuelu IosefaJasper Kenzo Sundeen & Shailin Singh
ColoradoJarek BroussardCarson WellsLa’Vonte ShenaultJason Marks & Kieran Murphy
OregonTravis DyeKayvon ThibodeauxNoah SewellMichael Strite & Izzy La Rue
OSUCalvin Tyler Jr.Avery RobertsAkili ArnoldGus Light & Morgan Heffelfinger
StanfordAustin Jones Curtis Robinson Myles HintonKing Jemison & Daniel Martinez-Krams
UCLADorian Thompson- RobinsonCaleb JohnsonNicholas Barr-MiraSam Connon & Jack Perez
USCKedon SlovisTalanoa HufangaGary Bryant Jr.Sam Arslanian & Nathan Ackerman
UtahTy JordanDevin LloydTy JordanSammy Mora & Cole Bagley
WashingtonTy JonesEdefuan UlofoshioRome OdunzeNathan Mathisen & Joseph Claypoole
WSURenard BellBrennan JacksonQuinn RoffCody Schoeler & Ryan Root

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