Arizona State kicker Zane Gonzalez, linebackers Koron Crump and Laiu Moeakiola, receiver N’Keal Harry, defensive lineman JoJo Wicker and punter Matt Haack received All-Pac-12 honors Tuesday, per a release.
Gonzalez, a senior who became the highest-scoring kicker in FBS history earlier this year, was the lone player selected to the First Team. The Groza Award finalist made 23 of 25 field goal attempts this season, including seven of eight from 50 yards or more—the most recorded in a single season by a Pac-12 player.
Crump, Haack and Wicker were each named to the All-Pac-12 Second Team, while Harry and Moeakiola drew honorable mentions.
Crump, a junior transfer, logged nine sacks—the third-most in the conference—during his first season in Tempe. According to Sun Devil Athletics, Crump’s honor means an ASU linebacker has been named to either All-Pac-12 team every year since 2007.
Haack averaged 43.9 yards per punt in his senior year, dropping 21 of his attempts inside of the opponent’s 20-yard line. The left-footer also kicked 16 punts over 50 yards.
Wicker, who racked up 11 tackles for loss in his sophomore year, tallied 39 total tackles and 2.5 sacks.
Harry broke the program’s freshman record for receptions in a single year, hauling in 58 passes, breaking the previous record of 57 set by former ASU tight end Zach Miller.
In his final season, Moeakiola racked up 55 total tackles in 11 appearances.
According to Sun Devil Athletics, this marks the 37th consecutive season the Sun Devils have had at least five players earned post season honors.
You can see the full Pac-12 Teams list here.