The nation’s leader in touchdown receptions — John Ursua — scored a big honor, being named to the 2018 All-Mountain West first team.
> No. 1 nationally in touchdown receptions (16)
> No. 5 in receiving yards (1,343)
> No. 5 total touchdowns (17)
> No. 10 receiving yards per game (103.3)
Rush end Kaimana Padello was named to the second team. Here’s why:
> Leads team with 11.5 tackles for loss
> Leads team with 7.5 sacks
Honorable mention to:
> QB Cole McDonald — 5th nationally in passing yards (3,790), total offense (346.7), passing yards per game (315.8); 7th in passing TDs (35), points responsible for per game (20.0), and 10th in completions per game (22.92).
> LB Jahlani Tavai — 81 tackles in eight games; second in career tackles (391).
> DE Zeno Choi — Senior co-captain.
> CB Rojesterman Farris II — Leads Warriors with 11 pass breakups, 12 passes defended.
> RG Solo Vaipulu — Started every game as a true freshman.
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It will be Hawaii and Louisiana Tech in the Dec. 22 Hawaii Bowl.
And, yep, that means Daniel Lewis gets to face his former teammates