We may have to wait a bit longer for the official All-Pac-12 teams by the conference but Jon Wilner of the Bay Area News Group waited just a day after the dust had settled on the Pac-12 football season to give his season superlatives. Rightfully so, Stanford Cardinal WR Simi Fehoko was named to his first-team as a wide receiver.
Fehoko was joined by the duo from USC in Amon-Ra St. Brown and Drake London (or at least I am assuming so as the article itself said ‘USC’s Drake Jackson’ but Jackson is a defensive end...).
Fehoko finished the season like his team, on a red-hot tear. He greatly benefitted from the loss of Osiris St. Brown, Michael Wilson and Connor Wedington this season, hauling in team-highs in receptions, yards and touchdowns through the air.
He finished the 2020 season with 37 catches for 574 yards and three scores, all three of which came against UCLA in the season finale. He set the Stanford single-game record with 16 catches against UCLA and went on to average 6.1 catches and 97.3 yards per game in this shortened 2020 season.
Fehoko was joined by teammates in Drew Dalman and Thomas Booker, each who made the second-team on offense and defense, respectively.
Dalman was a road-grader and a great pass-protector on the offensive line while Booker finished the year with 21 total tackles and a sack as well as two pass breakups.
Congratulations on well-earned postseason love and here’s hoping the actual conference maybe even understands just how difficult the final three weeks of the season were for this Cardinal team. And maybe some more postseason love.