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Chris92Heel
03-05-2007, 03:47 PM
All-ACC Team

First team

Jared Dudley, Boston College (106), 318

Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina (106), 318

Al Thornton, Florida State (106), 318

Sean Singletary, Virginia (100), 312

Zabian Dowdell, Virginia Tech (90), 302

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Second team

J.R. Reynolds, Virginia (20), 232

D.J. Strawberry, Maryland (2), 180

Tyrese Rice, Boston College, 177

Josh McRoberts, Duke, 159

Brandan Wright, North Carolina, 150

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Third team

Kyle Visser, Wake Forest, 120

Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech, 104

Brandon Costner, N.C. State, 94

Jamon Gordon, Virginia Tech, 61

Jack McClinton, Miami, 48

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Honorable mention (20 or more points)

Ben McCauley, N.C. State, 36

James Mays, Clemson, 34

DeMarcus Nelson, Duke, 34

James Gist, Maryland, 28

Ekene Ibekwe, Maryland, 22

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All-Freshman Team

Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech, 106

Brandan Wright, North Carolina, 106

Brandon Costner, N.C. State, 95

Ty Lawson, North Carolina, 64

Jon Scheyer, Duke, 54

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Honorable mention (20 or more votes)

Thaddeus Young, Georgia Tech, 42

Greivis Vasquez, Maryland, 37

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All-Defensive Team

Jamon Gordon, Virginia Tech, 96

Ekene Ibekwe, Maryland, 65

Zabian Dowdell, Virginia Tech, 59

D.J. Strawberry, Maryland, 55

Josh McRoberts, Duke, 46

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Honorable mention (20 or more votes)

Mario West, Georgia Tech, 33

DeMarcus Nelson, Duke, 25

James Mays, Clemson, 24

Vernon Hamilton, Clemson, 20

dukelifer
03-05-2007, 03:54 PM
I will bet TH pulls down POY- by a nose (sorry could not resist):D

rsvman
03-05-2007, 04:07 PM
The nose injury may actually help TH when it comes to player of the year. It gets him a lot of attention and air time, for sure. Plus, he seriously schooled us yesterday.

I think Thornton is the best player in the conference, but he is hampered by having a team that is not as good and doesn't get as much media attention.

TH has had a pretty darn good year and is a solid player. If he wins, it wouldn't be a travesty by any means.

rsvman
03-05-2007, 04:08 PM
Also, congrats to McRoberts, Nelson, and Scheyer. :)

oso diablo
03-05-2007, 04:13 PM
i think the writers have done a pretty good job here. The top 5 are absolutely right. On the 2nd team, i had Visser & Crittenton over Reynolds & Wright. And i don't understand the McClinton pick over Mays or McCauley.

feldspar
03-06-2007, 08:01 AM
No surprises here on the 1st team. Josh makes 2nd team. Scheyer on all-freshman team.

All-ACC Team

First team
*Jared Dudley, Boston College (106), 318
*Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina (106), 318
*Al Thornton, Florida State (106), 318
Sean Singletary, Virginia (100), 312
Zabian Dowdell, Virginia Tech (90), 302

Second team
J.R. Reynolds, Virginia (20), 232
D.J. Strawberry, Maryland (2), 180
Tyrese Rice, Boston College, 177
Josh McRoberts, Duke, 159
Brandan Wright, North Carolina, 150

Third team
Kyle Visser, Wake Forest, 120
Javaris Crittenton, Georgia Tech, 104
Brandon Costner, N.C. State, 94
Jamon Gordon, Virginia Tech, 61
Jack McClinton, Miami, 48

Honorable mention (20 or more points)
Ben McCauley, N.C. State, 36
James Mays, Clemson, 34
DeMarcus Nelson, Duke, 34
James Gist, Maryland, 28
Ekene Ibekwe, Maryland, 22

riverside6
03-06-2007, 08:59 AM
For those who might be interested, here are the stats for ACC players in conference games only (http://www.scacchoops.com/forms/LeagueLeaders.asp?conferenceonly=1).

Looking at McClinton's numbers in conference play, I'm not quite sure how he deserves 3rd team over Demarcus Nelson.