- Ken Carpenter, Oregon State (AP-1; Coaches-1 [halfback]; INS-1 [halfback])
- Eddie LeBaron, College of the Pacific (AP-1; INS-1 [quarterback])
- Bob Celeri, California (AP-1; Coaches-1 [quarterback])
- Bill Martin, USC (AP-1; Coaches-1 [fullback])
- Don Paul, Washington State (Coaches-1)
- Ernie Johnson, UCLA (INS-1 [halfback])
- Ollie Matson, San Francisco (INS-1 [fullback])
- Bob Wilkinson, UCLA (AP-1; Coaches-1; INS-1)
- Ray Bauer, Montana (Coaches-1)
- Darrell Robinson, Oregon (AP-1)
- Bill McColl, Stanford (INS-1)
- Jim Turner, California (AP-1; Coaches-1; INS-1)
- Jim Cullom, California (Coaches-1; INS-1)
- Carl Kiilsgaard, Idaho (AP-1)
- Rod Franz, California (AP-1; Coaches-1; INS-1) (College Football Hall of Fame)
- Vern Sterling, Santa Clara (AP-1; INS-1)
- Ray Colquitt, Idaho (Coaches-1)
- Jim Castagnoli, Stanford (AP-1; Coaches-1; INS-1)
Coaches = selected by the conference coaches
Bold = Consensus first-team selection of at least two selectors from the AP, Coaches and INS
- ↑ "Carpenter Draws Most Votes in Winning Position ON Associate Press' 25th All-Coast Selection". The Corvalis Gazette-Times: p. 7. November 25, 1949. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2585488/1949_ap_all_pacific_coast_team/.
- ↑ "Coaches Name 4 Bears Tops". The Bakersfield Californian: p. 29. December 6, 1949. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2585604/1949_coaches_all_pcc_team/.
- ↑ Joe St. Amant (November 22, 1949). "Bears Pace All-Pacific Coast Football Eleven". El Paso Herald-Post: p. 10. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2585517/1949_ins_all_pacific_team/.
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