Lotulelei, Dunn make first team; Brenner second team.
Utah leads first-team selections.
Seniors will be honored in pre-game ceremony.
Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham meets with the press and answers questions during his weekly press conference.
Utes and Beavers play Saturday in Corvallis
Utah vs. Colorado
UTAH: Four-year starting offensive lineman played center his junior and senior seasons and right guard his first two years ... played in all 51 games in his career, starting in the last 48 games ... four-time academic all-conference player was first-team Academic All-Pac-12 in 2011 and 2012.
2012-Honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... started in all 12 games ... handled every snap and led the line in total plays with 746 in the 11 games that were graded (the season finale against Colorado was not graded) ... second on the team in pancakes (7), cuts (8) and knockdowns (18) ... first-team Academic All-Pac-12.
2011-Started all 13 games at center ... led the line in total plays (759) and `wins' (627) in the 12 games that were graded (bowl stats were not kept) ... second on the team in overall grade (83%) ... had team-high grades against ASU (76%), WSU (89%, tie) and Colorado (92%, tie) ... 92% grade (55-of-60) vs. CU tied for the best single-game effort of the season by a Ute offensive lineman ... Pac-12 All-Academic first team.
2010-Started all 13 games, including 12 games at right guard and one game at center (New Mexico) ... second on the line in total plays (577) in the 10 games that were graded (no grades kept against Air Force, BYU or Boise State) ... 84% overall grade ... 17 cuts in 11 games ranked second on the team ... seven pancake blocks ... did not allowed a sack all season ... four cuts against Wyoming and three vs. Iowa State and SDSU ... Academic all-MWC.
2009-Played in all 13 games at right guard with 10 starts ... lined up for 661 plays during the regular season (bowl stats were not kept) ... 24 cuts and six pancake blocks ... five cuts and two pancake blocks against New Mexico ... four cuts vs. Colorado State ... 97% grade against BYU ... Academic all-MWC.
2008-Redshirt ... made the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: All-region and all-league offensive and defensive lineman ... captain's award recipient ... Hemet High (Calif.) offensive line MVP as a junior and senior ... played in the 2006 California Bowl ... Hemet won the Tri-League Championship two years ... helped Hemet to an 8-3 record in 2003 and 9-2 mark in 2004 ... also lettered four years in track and wrestled for a year ... all-league in track ... set the school record in the discus (132'10") ... also threw shot put ... three-year honor roll member ... received history award and President's academic award ... graduated with a 4.1 GPA.
PERSONAL: Son of Ron and Telekaki Stevens ... father played tennis at USC ... four brothers ... brother Hamani plays center for Oregon ... brother Chris played linebacker at BYU ... cousin Sione Pouha (currently with the New York Jets) played at Utah ... scheduled to earn his bachelor's degree in Spanish ... full name Ronald Tevita Stevens (pronounced ta-vee-ta) ... born July 4, 1987.