The California Golden Bears saw some terrific individual performances for the 2020 season, most notably on the defensive side of the ball, and after the conference announced their postseason awards, it was clear who shined brightest for the Bears.
Cornerback Camryn Bynum earned First-Team All-Pac-12 honors for his play while LB Cameron Goode earned Second-Team honors.
Bynum finished his Cal career essentially the way he started it, by doing just that, starting every game for the better part of three seasons.
Goode turned heads with his athleticism and solid sideline-to-sideline play in 2020 while he was terrific in all facets. It didn’t matter whether he was rushing the passer on a blitz, covering shallow zones or running down running backs, Goode was terrific.
The Bears also saw the following players earn Honorable Mention status:
WR Kekoa Crawford, Sr.; OL Jake Curhan, Sr.; LB Kuony Deng, Sr.; DB Josh Drayden, Sr.; DL Brett Johnson, So.; DL Zeandae Johnson, Sr.; WR/RS Nikko Remigio, Jr.; OL Michael Saffell, Sr.; TE Jake Tonges, Jr.
Freshman running back Damien Moore was also an honorable mention for the conference’s Offensive Freshman of the Year award, an award that went to true freshman running back at Utah, Ty Jordan.
Congratulations to the Bears who made the list, especially both Cams on defense!