The 1995 All-Pacific-10 Conference football team consisted of American football players chosen by various organizations for All-Pacific-10 Conference teams for the 1995 Pacific-10 Conference football season.
Seven of the conference's teams had at least three players represented on the All-Pac 10 first team as follows:
- Conference co-champion USC was ranked No. 12 in the final AP Poll and placed four players on the first team: wide receiver and Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year Keyshawn Johnson, offensive lineman John Michels, defensive lineman Darrell Russell, and punter John Stonehouse.
- Conference co-champion Washington placed three on the first team: tight end Ernie Conwell, linebacker Ink Aleaga, and defensive back Lawyer Milloy.
- Oregon was ranked No. 18 in the final AP Poll and placed three on the first team: running back and Pac-10 all-purpose player of the year Ricky Whittle, linebacker Jeremy Asher, and defensive back Alex Molden.
- Fourth-place Stanford placed three on the first team: offensive lineman Jeff Buckley, placekicker Eric Abrams, and return specialist Damon Dunn.
- UCLA, tied for fifth place, placed three on the first team: running back Abdul-Karim al-Jabbar and offensive lineman Jonathan Ogden and Mike Flanagan.
- Arizona, also tied for fifth place, placed three, all defenders, on the first team: Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year Tedy Bruschi, defensive lineman Chuck Osborne, and defensive back Brandon Sanders.
- Arizona State placed three, all on offense, on the first team: quarterback Jake Plummer, wide receive Keith Poole, and offensive lineman Juan Roque.
- Jake Plummer, Arizona State (AP-1)
- Ernie Conwell, Washington (Coaches-1)
- Jonathan Ogden, UCLA (AP-1)
- Jeff Buckley, Stanford (AP-1)
- Mike Flanagan, UCLA (AP-1)
- John Michels, USC (AP-1)
- Juan Roque, Arizona State (AP-1)
- Tedy Bruschi, Arizona (AP-1)
- Regan Upshaw, California (AP-1)
- Chuck Osborne, Arizona (AP-1)
- Darrell Russell, USC (AP-1)
- Lawyer Milloy, Washington (AP-1)
- Brandon Sanders, Arizona (AP-1)
- Alex Molden, Oregon (AP-1)
- Reggie Tongue, Oregon State (AP-1)
- Eric Abrams, Stanford (AP-1)
- John Stonehouse, USC (AP-1)
Return specialists Edit
- Damon Dunn, Stanford (AP-1)
- Ricky Whittle, Oregon (AP-1)