Former Huskies offensive tackle Lincoln Kennedy is also selected to the Pac-12's all-century team.
Washington’s Steve Emtman was named the top defensive tackle on the Pac-12’s all-century team and Washington State’s Jason Hanson was named the top kicker, the conference unveiled Tuesday.
Former UW offensive tackle Lincoln Kennedy, elected the College Football Hall of Fame earlier this year, was also selected to the all-century team.
Emtman, a Cheney High School product, was a unanimous All-American for the Huskies in 1991, finishing fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting that season. He went on to be the No. 1 overall pick in the 1992 NFL draft.
Hanson, a Spokane native who walked-on at WSU in 1988, was an All-American for WSU in 1989 and went on to play 21 seasons for the Detroit Lions.
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The all-century team was released Tuesday night, a day before the conference formally celebrates its 100th anniversary. The team was selected from a pool of 125 eligible players and 10 coaches by a panel of former players, coaches and media members.
Stanford’s John Elway was named the offensive player of the century, USC’s Ronnie Lott was the defensive player of the century and USC’s John McKay the coach of the century.
Also nominated from UW were coach Don James, quarterback Warren Moon, running back Hugh McElhenny, tight ends Mark Bruener and Austin Seferian–Jenkins, safety Lawyer Milloy and kickers Jeff Jaeger and Chuck Nelson.
Also nominated from WSU were defensive tackle Keith Millard and cornerback Marcus Trufant.
The full teams: