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2023-24 All-ACC Team

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2023-24 ALL-ACC TEAM
FIRST TEAM
Name, School, Points

RJ Davis, North Carolina, 373
PJ Hall, Clemson, 363
Kyle Filipowski, Duke, 346
Hunter Sallis, Wake Forest, 292
Blake Hinson, Pitt, 280

SECOND TEAM
Armando Bacot, North Carolina, 271
Reece Beekman, Virginia, 263
Judah Mintz, Syracuse, 219
Norchad Omier, Miami, 172
Quinten Post, Boston College, 135

THIRD TEAM
DJ Horne, NC State, 109
Harrison Ingram, North Carolina, 91
Jeremy Roach, Duke, 85
Markus Burton, Notre Dame, 69
Sean Pedulla, Virginia Tech, 62

HONORABLE MENTION
Joseph Girard III, Clemson, 54
Jamir Watkins, Florida State, 47
Jared McCain, Duke, 29
Ian Schieffelin, Clemson, 24
Miles Kelly, Georgia Tech, 16
Carlton Carrington, Pitt, 12
Brandon Huntley-Hatfield, Louisville, 10
Ryan Dunn, Virginia, 10

Note: All-ACC Team points are determined on a 5-3-1 system (five points for first team, three points for second team, one point for third team).

Player of the Year
RJ Davis, North Carolina, 68 votes
Kyle Filipowski, Duke, 3
PJ Hall, Clemson, 2
Armando Bacot, North Carolina, 1
Quinten Post, Boston College, 1

Defensive Player of the Year
Reece Beekman, Virginia, 43 votes
Ryan Dunn, Virginia, 19
Armando Bacot, North Carolina, 4
Maliq Brown, Syracuse, 4
Quinten Post, Boston College, 2
Jaeden Zackery, Boston College, 1
Jack Clark, Clemson, 1
Quadir Copeland, Syracuse, 1

Rookie of the Year
Markus Burton, Notre Dame, 46 votes
Jared McCain, Duke, 20
Carlton Carrington, Pitt, 5
Baye Ndongo, Georgia Tech, 2
Caleb Foster, Duke, 1
Kyshawn George, Miami, 1

Most Improved Player
Ian Schieffelin, Clemson, 30 votes
Hunter Sallis, Wake Forest, 18
Lynn Kidd, Virginia Tech, 12
Harrison Ingram, North Carolina, 5
Brandon Huntley-Hatfield, Louisville, 3
Maliq Brown, Syracuse, 3
Devin McGlockton, Boston College, 3
Isaac McKneely, Virginia, 1

Sixth Man Of the Year
Ishmael Leggett, Pitt, 33 votes
Quadir Copeland, Syracuse, 20
Seth Trimble, North Carolina, 6
Kyle Sturdivant, Georgia Tech, 5
Mason Madsen, Boston College, 4
Primo Spears, Florida State, 4
Caleb Foster, Duke, 3

Coach of the Year
Hubert Davis, North Carolina, 49 votes
Jeff Capel, Pitt, 12
Adrian Autry, Syracuse, 6
Micah Shrewsberry, Notre Dame, 3
Jon Scheyer, Duke, 2
Brad Brownell, Clemson, 1
Damon Stoudamire, Georgia Tech, 1
Tony Bennett, Virginia, 1

All-Defensive Team
Reece Beekman, Virginia, 73 votes
Ryan Dunn, Virginia, 65
Maliq Brown, Syracuse, 48
Armando Bacot, North Carolina, 26
Quinten Post, Boston College, 21

All-Rookie Team
Markus Burton, Notre Dame, 73 votes
Jared McCain, Duke, 73
Carlton Carrington, Pitt, 65
Baye Ndongo, Georgia Tech, 60
Elliot Cadeau, North Carolina, 39
 
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Note: All-ACC Team points are determined on a 5-3-1 system (five points for first team, three points for second team, one point for third team).
as determined by a 75-member panel consisting of the league's 15 head coaches and 60 media members.
looks like every team got at least 1 player on teams 1-3 or at least honorable mention.
UNC ,DUKE and CLEMSON 3
PITT ,UVA 2
everybody else 1.
 
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Did he think he was first team?
I wouldn't want a player on my team who didn't think they deserved first team. They should all be playing with "best player in the league" swagger.

Side note, Reece Beekman second team is a joke, dude is DPY and averaged 14 a game and loses out to sir shoots-a-lot hinson?
 
Salute to Judah and Maliq.

Tony Bennett gets a COY vote despite having his offense fail to score 50 points in three consecutive games and four out five toward the end of the season. What a joke.
 
"Hey Peter Carey, did you deserve ACC first team this year?"
"Um, I mean, probably not. But I appreciate you asking."
"YOU GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE, PETER!"
If he doesn't have the confidence that he could go out and perform at an all-ACC level then he is wasting space on the bench. Amazing that people want soft players who are okay with not being great.
 
you realize we had no first team all ACC players? so you want nobody on your team ? or just some delusional grandeur types ?


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i like accept your role .play your best . stay out of trouble.
 
If he doesn't have the confidence that he could go out and perform at an all-ACC level then he is wasting space on the bench. Amazing that people want soft players who are okay with not being great.
I think it's important to have a healthy blend of guys who know and accept their roles and responsibilities.

In 2003 for instance, it was clear that Melo was the generational talent, GMac and Warrick were a notch below and semi-stars, Duany was the senior experienced leader, and everyone else filled a niche as a role player. If we had Josh Pace coming in with a major attitude thinking he was an All-Big East player and deserved 20 shots per game, that could unravel the team's chemistry.
 
seems like every thread I'm in, you're choosing a different strange hill to die on
Its only strange to those who are okay with mediocrity.

What I find more perplexing however, is that over the last 6 months you've gone from actually adding substance to conversations to seemingly just trying to put down other users. Im not even talking about myself, its multiple well meaning posters and you seemingly always want to pile on. Before you go attacking me, perhaps you should look in the mirror.
 
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