AP All-ACC Team

Whitey23

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COTY
Babers (tie)

1st Team
Szymt
Cisco
Hofrichter

2nd Team
Dungey
Robinson
Guthrie


First team
Offense

Quarterback — Ryan Finley, North Carolina State, 6-4, 212, sr., Phoenix.

Running back — AJ Dillon, Boston College, 6-0, 245, soph., New London, Connecticut; u-Travis Etienne, Clemson, 5-10, 200, soph., Jennings, Louisiana.

Tackles — u-Mitch Hyatt, Clemson, 6-5, 305, sr., Suwanee, Georgia; Tyler Jones, North Carolina State, 6-3, 306, sr., Stone Mountain, Georgia.

Guards — Parker Braun, Georgia Tech, 6-3, 280, jr., Hallsville, Texas; Chris Lindstrom, Boston College, 6-4, 310, sr., Dudley, Massachusetts.

Center — Garrett Bradbury, North Carolina State, 6-3, 300, sr., Charlotte, North Carolina.

Tight end — Tommy Sweeney, Boston College, 6-5, 260, sr., Ramsey, New Jersey.

Wide receiver — Kelvin Harmon, North Carolina State, 6-3, 214, jr., Palmyra, New Jersey; Olamide Zaccheaus, Virginia, 5-8, 190, sr., Philadelphia.

All-purpose player — Greg Dortch, Wake Forest, 5-9, 170, soph., Richmond, Virginia.

Kicker — Andre Szmyt, Syracuse, 6-1, 195, fr., Vernon Hills, Illinois.

Defense

Defensive ends — Brian Burns, Florida State, 6-5, 231, jr., Fort Lauderdale, Florida; u-Clelin Ferrell, Clemson, 6-5, 260, jr., Richmond, Virginia.

Defensive tackles — Dexter Lawrence, Clemson, 6-4, 340, jr., Wake Forest, North Carolina; u-Christian Wilkins, Clemson, 6-4, 300, sr., Springfield, Massachusetts;

Linebackers — Joe Giles-Harris, Duke, 6-2, 240, jr., Nyack, New York; Germaine Pratt, North Carolina State, 6-3, 140, sr., High Point, North Carolina; Shaquille Quarterman, Miami, 6-1, 235, jr., Orange Park, Florida.

Cornerbacks — Hamp Cheevers, Boston College, 5-10, 180, jr., Trenton, Florida; Bryce Hall, Virginia, 6-3, 200, jr., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Safeties — Andre Cisco, Syracuse, 6-0, 199, fr., Valley Stream, New York; Juan Thornhill, Virginia, 6-1, 200, sr., Altavista, Virginia.

Punter — Sterling Hofrichter, Syracuse, 5-9, 197, jr., Valrico, Florida.

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Second Team
Offense

Quarterback — Eric Dungey, Syracuse, 6-4, 226, sr., Lake Oswego, Oregon.

Running back — Travis Homer, Miami, 5-11, 205, jr., West Palm Beach, Florida; Qadree Ollison, Pittsburgh, 6-2, 225, sr., Niagara Falls, New York.

Tackles — Tremayne Anchrum, Clemson, 6-2, 290, jr., Powder Springs, Georgia; Stefano Millin, Pittsburgh, 6-5, 300, sr., Massillon, Ohio.

Guards — Phil Haynes, Wake Forest, 6-4, 310, sr., Raleigh, North Carolina; John Simpson, Clemson, 6-4, 320, jr., North Charleston, South Carolina.

Center — Justin Falcinelli, Clemson, 6-4, 305, sr., Middletown, Maryland.

Tight end — Brevin Jordan, Miami, 6-3, 245, fr., Las Vegas.

Wide receivers — Tee Higgins, Clemson, 6-4, 200, soph., Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Jakobi Meyers, North Carolina State, 6-2, 203, jr., Lithonia, Georgia.

All-purpose player — Deon Jackson, Duke, 6-0, 225, soph., Atlanta.

Kicker — Christopher Dunn, North Carolina State, 5-8, 177, fr., Lexington, North Carolina.

Defense

Defensive ends — Zach Allen, Boston College, 6-3, 285, sr., New Canaan, Connecticut; Alton Robinson, Syracuse, 6-4, 249, jr., Converse, Texas.

Defensive tackles — Ricky Walker, Virginia Tech, 6-2, 300, sr., Hampton, Virginia; Gerald Willis III, Miami, 6-4, 300, sr., New Orleans.

Linebackers — Ryan Guthrie, Syracuse, 6-2, 224, sr., Cumming, Georgia;

Cole Holcomb, North Carolina, 6-1, 235, sr., New Smyrna Beach, Florida; Tre Lamar, Clemson, 6-4, 250, jr., Roswell, Georgia.

Cornerbacks — Essang Bassey, Wake Forest, 5-10, 185, jr., Columbus, Georgia; Trayvon Mullen, Clemson, 6-2, 190, jr., Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Safeties — Cameron Glenn, Wake Forest, 6-1, 200, sr., Stone Mountain, Georgia; Jaquan Johnson, Miami, 5-11, 195, sr., Miami.

Punter — Pressley Harvin III, Georgia Tech, 6-0, 245, soph., Alcolu, South Carolina.

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Coach of the year — Dino Babers, Syracuse, and Dabo Swinney, Clemson (tie).

Offensive player of the year — Travis Etienne, Clemson.

Defensive player of the year — Clelin Ferrell, Clemson.

Newcomer of the year — Trevor Lawrence, Clemson.



(Sorry if this a repost. I couldn't find it. )
 

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Szmyt could end up with the NCAA record for points scored. Current record is 530. My guess he ends up with at least 150 for the year after the bowl game.

Of course if the team gets better at scoring TD's his FG's will decrease.
 
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what's the little "u" mean next to a few of the players? Etienne has that next to him
 

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Not really sure why. Good qb, but certainly not great. I’d take the Clemson kid Lawrence over him, even today. JMHO

Dillion’s a beast. Played hurt the last few games.
Dillon is amazing, but he doesnt deserve the consideration this year. He played hurt all year btw.
 

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the schemes we played from the Pitt game on really helped all the LBs on the team look better.

too bad it took so long to get that change worked in.
 
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After Pitt it looked like Shy got a lot more run and also Guthrie and the other LB's came downhill a step quicker. I thought the run D looked way better after Pitt, could have been the opponents.
 
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the schemes we played from the Pitt game on really helped all the LBs on the team look better.

too bad it took so long to get that change worked in.
I am agreeing with ya totally. Too long in my opinion. Baby steps I have to tell my self.
 

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the guys coming back and the guys being recruited lend themselves to that scheme well.. The issue becomes finding the best mix to handle the passing downs, but you have to stop the run at some point to be a really good team.
 


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