I like to check the ACC site the Monday after each week to see how players/teams have fared. The ACC site has not compiled the stats so I looked at the ESPN stats (http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/statistics?conf=2). The ACC is 16-0 after the first week and the following are listings of newcomers who have gotten of to good starts, returnees who have done the same and a couple of surprising stats for players who haven't made a mark up to now.

Impressive Debuts
Landesburg (Va) 28 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists
Aminu (Wake) 21 points, 10 rebounds
Trapani (BC) 13 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists
Singleton (FS) 12 points, 17 rebounds
Zeller (UNC) 18 points
Davis (UNC) 10 points, 14 rebounds
Zeglinski (Va) 11 points, 6 assists

Good Starts by Returnees
Booker (Clem) 13.7 rpg (3 games)
Singler (Duke) 19.7 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 3.0 apg (3 games)
Miller (GT) 17 points, 7 rebounds, 10 assists
Lawal (GT) 18 points, 12 rebounds
Vasquez (Md) 13 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists
Collins (Miami) 18 points, 16 rebounds
Thompson (UNC) 17 points, 7 rebounds
Costner (NCS) 19 points, 7 rebounds
Scott (Va) 26 points 18 rebounds
Vassallo (VT) 19 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists
Allen (VT) 19 points, 9 rebounds
Johnson (Wake) 18 points, 10 rebounds

Unexpected Performance
Sheehan (GT) 10 points, 6 rebounds
Rios (Miami) 17 points

Rios got some playing time last year but Sheehan, a 6-10 center scored a total of 11 points in his freshman year. Clemson has gotten off to a good start (3-0) but it doesn't appear that it was due to stellar play by their backcourt. The team has averaged 11.7 assists to 21.0 turnovers and Stitt/Oglesby have been the biggest culprits.