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ACC Announces Postseason Awards, All-ACC Teams

The ACC announced its postseason awards Sunday afternoon following another fine season of college basketball. Though, for some, the journey has not quite come to an end, this is an opportunity to take a second out and appreciate what has been accomplished up to this point. 

For instance, it was Virginia's Malcolm Brogdon who was voted both ACC Player of the Year and ACC Defensive Player of the Year, and Duke's Brandon Ingram who earned Freshman of the Year honors. With another impressive season in south Florida, Miami's Jim Larranaga was voted ACC Coach of the Year. North Carolina's Isaiah Hicks and Clemson's Jaron Blossongame Jr. rounded things out by being named the ACC's Sixth Man of the Year and Most Improved Player of the Year, respectively.

But what about the All-ACC teams?

Brogdon, the ACC POY, and UNC senior Brice Johnson are the only unanimous members of All-ACC first team, but they're joined by a talented group. 

Here are the All-ACC teams via


First Team

Brice Johnson, Sr., North Carolina
Malcom Brogdon, Sr., Virginia
Cat Barber, Jr., NC State
Grayson Allen, So., Duke
Jaron Blossomgame, Jr., Clemson

Second Team
Michael Gbinije, Sr., Syracuse
Sheldon McClellan, Sr., Miami
Demetrius Jackson, Jr., Notre Dame
Brandon Ingram, Fr., Duke
Damion Lee, Sr., Lousiville

Third Team
Marcus Georges-Hunt, Sr., Georgia Tech
Anthony Gill, Sr., Virginia
Zach Auguste, Sr., Notre Dame
Michael Young, Jr., Pittsburgh
Angel Rodriguez, Sr., Miami

Freshman Team
Brandon Ingram, Duke
Dwayne Bacon, Florida State
Malik Beasley, Florida State
Malachi Richardson, Syracuse
Bryant Crawford, Wake Forest

Defensive Team
Malcolm Brogdon, Sr., Virginia
Tonye Jekiri, Sr., Miami
Michael Gbinije, Sr., Syracuse
Landry Nnoko, Sr., Clemson
Chinanu Onuaku, So., Louisville

What do you think, college basketball fans?