UVA football trio tabbed first team All-ACC

Olamide Zaccheaus of the Virginia Cavaliers. (Photo by Michael Shroyer/Getty Images)

GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Three-time defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion Clemson leads the 2018 All-ACC Football Team announced on Monday.

The Tigers placed a total of 18 players on the first, second and third teams. Boston College followed with 11 selections, while Syracuse followed with nine and NC State filled eight spots.

A voting panel of 46 media members and the league’s 14 head coaches cast ballots for the 2018 All-ACC Football Teams, with three points awarded for each first-team vote, two points for each second-team vote and one point for each third-team selection.

The complete 2018 All-ACC Football Team:

First-Team Offense

QB Ryan Finley, Gr., NC State, 130

RB Travis Etienne, So., Clemson, 174

RB AJ Dillon, So., Boston College, 162

WR Kelvin Harmon, Jr., NC State, 164

WR Olamide Zaccheaus, Sr., Virginia, 158

WR Jakobi Meyers, Jr., NC State, 141

TE Tommy Sweeney, Gr., Boston College, 158

AP Greg Dortch, So., Wake Forest, 172

OT Mitch Hyatt, Sr., Clemson, 172

OT Tyler Jones, Sr., NC State, 93

OG Chris Lindstrom, Sr., Boston College, 136

OG Parker Braun, Jr., Georgia Tech, 129

C Garrett Bradbury, Gr., NC State, 113

 

First-Team Defense

DE Clelin Ferrell, Jr., Clemson, 163

DE Brian Burns, Jr., Florida State, 120

DT Christian Wilkins, Gr., Clemson, 160

DT Dexter Lawrence, Jr., Clemson, 137

LB Germaine Pratt, Gr., NC State, 125

LB Shaquille Quarterman, Jr., Miami, 113

LB Joe Giles-Harris, Jr., Duke, 111

CB Hamp Cheevers, Jr., Boston College, 159

CB Bryce Hall, Jr., Virginia, 139

S Juan Thornhill, Sr., Virginia, 123

S Andre Cisco, Fr., Syracuse, 110

 

First-Team Specialists

PK Andre Szmyt, R-Fr., Syracuse, 165

P Sterling Hofrichter, Jr., Syracuse, 134

SP Greg Dortch, So., Wake Forest, 127

 

Second-Team Offense

QB Trevor Lawrence, Fr., Clemson, 106

RB Qadree Ollison, Sr., Pitt, 128

RB Travis Homer, Jr., Miami, 71

WR Tee Higgins, So., Clemson, 117

WR Jamal Custis, Sr., Syracuse, 115

WR Damon Hazelton, So., Virginia Tech, 76

TE Brevin Jordan, Fr., Miami, 58

AP Deon Jackson, So., Duke, 50

OT Tremayne Anchrum, Jr., Clemson, 60

OT Stefano Millin, Sr., Pitt, 60

OG Phil Haynes, Sr., Wake Forest, 87

OG Sean Pollard, Jr., Clemson, 72

C Justin Falcinelli, Gr., Clemson, 92

 

Second-Team Defense

DE Zach Allen, Sr., Boston College, 112

DE Alton Robinson, Jr., Syracuse, 91

DT Gerald Willis III, Sr., Miami, 129

DT Ricky Walker, Sr., Virginia Tech, 63

LB Cole Holcomb, Sr., North Carolina, 98

LB Tre Lamar, Jr., Clemson, 82

LB Ryan Guthrie, Sr., Syracuse, 76

CB Trayvon Mullen, Jr., Clemson, 98

CB Essang Bassey, Jr., Wake Forest, 75

S Jaquan Johnson, Sr., Miami, 99

S Cameron Glenn, Sr., Wake Forest, 51

 

Second-Team Specialists

PK Christopher Dunn, Fr., NC State, 86

P Pressley Harvin III, So., Georgia Tech, 121

SP Michael Walker, Sr., Boston College, 78

 

Third-Team Offense

QB Eric Dungey, Sr., Syracuse, 76

RB Darrin Hall, Sr., Pitt, 58

RB Reggie Gallaspy Jr., Sr., NC State, 49

WR, T.J. Rahming, Sr., Duke, 62

WR Hunter Renfrow, Gr., Clemson, 57

WR Nyqwan Murray, Sr., Florida State, 52

TE Daniel Helm, Sr., Duke, 31

AP Sean Riley, Jr., Syracuse, 38

OT Aaron Monteiro, Sr., Boston College, 58

OT Koda Martin, Gr., Syracuse, 55

OG John Simpson, Jr., Clemson, 67

OG Mike Herndon, Sr., Pitt, 59

C Jimmy Morrissey, So., Pitt, 47

 

Third-Team Defense

DE Austin Bryant, Sr., Clemson, 59

DE Wyatt Ray, Sr., Boston College, 48

DT Demarcus Christmas, Sr., Florida State, 44

DT Ray Smith, Sr., Boston College, 41

LB Kendall Joseph, Gr., Clemson, 70

LB Chris Peace, Sr., Virginia, 64

LB Connor Strachan, Gr., Boston College, 58

CB Trajan Bandy, So., Miami, 68

CB A.J. Terrell, So., Clemson, 60

S Tanner Muse, Jr., Clemson, 49

S Will Harris, Sr., Boston College, 48

 

Third-Team Specialists

PK Alex Kessman, So., Pitt, 30

P Oscar Bradburn, So., Virginia Tech, 31

SP Joe Reed, Jr., Virginia, 54

 

 

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