ACC Names All Conference

From ACC Now, the All-ACC and All Freshmen teams.

First team

Jared Dudley, Boston College
Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina
Al Thornton, Florida State
Sean Singletary, Virginia
Zabian Dowdell, Virginia Tech

Second team

J.R. Reynolds, Virginia
D.J. Strawberry, Maryland
Tyrese Rice, Boston College
Josh McRoberts, Duke
Brandan Wright, North Carolina

Third team

Kyle Visser, Wake Forest
Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech
Brandon Costner, N.C. State
Jamon Gordon, Virginia Tech
Jack McClinton, Miami

Honorable mention

Ben McCauley, N.C. State
James Mays, Clemson
DeMarcus Nelson, Duke
James Gist, Maryland
Ekene Ibekwe, Maryland


Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech
Brandan Wright, North Carolina
Brandon Costner, N.C. State
Ty Lawson, North Carolina
Jon Scheyer, Duke

Honorable mention

Thaddeus Young, Georgia Tech, 42
Greivis Vasquez, Maryland, 37

I have no complaints here other than the egregious error of relegating Vasquez to Honorable Mention on the All-Freshman team behind Jon Scheyer and Thaddeus Young.  Hansbrough was unanimous alongside Dudley and Thornton.  This is the second straight All-ACC selection for Hansbrough.  Wright was on the second team and was unanimous first team All-Freshman.

2 Responses to ACC Names All Conference

  1. williamodouglas says:

    Grievous is pretty good. I am still mad about Ray Felton not making All-rookie in the NBA his first season.

  2. Josh Bowling says:

    I think they were all good selections. The only thing I see debatable is those guards for Maryland and GT. We will definately see them there next year. I really expected more out of DeMarcus Nelson, I had thought he was more talented than he has played up to.

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