Three Tech football players named All-ACC


The 2016 ACSMA All-ACC Football Team:

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

WR Mike Williams R-Jr. Clemson 131 pts

WR Amba Etta-Tawo R-Sr. Syracuse 125

WR Ryan Switzer Sr. North Carolina 107

TE Jordan Leggett Sr. Clemson 95

T Roderick Johnson Jr. Florida State 118

T Mitch Hyatt So. Clemson 104

G Tyrone Crowder R-Jr. Clemson 104

G Dorian Johnson Sr. Pittsburgh 88

C Jay Guillermo R-Sr. Clemson 86

QB Lamar Jackson So. Louisville 125

RB Dalvin Cook Jr. Florida State 139

RB James Conner R-Jr. Pittsburgh 119

PK Mike Weaver R-Jr. Wake Forest 47

Sp. Quadree Henderson So. Pittsburgh 103

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE

DE DeMarcus Walker Sr. Florida State 125

DE Ejuan Price R-Sr. Pittsburgh 107

DT Carlos Watkins R-Sr. Clemson 113

DT Woody Baron Sr. Virginia Tech 79

LB Ben Boulware Sr. Clemson 131

LB Micah Kiser Jr. Virginia 99

LB Devonte Fields Sr. Louisville 70

CB Tarvarus McFadden So. Florida State 113

CB Cordrea Tankersley Sr. Clemson 97

S Quin Blanding Jr. Virginia 100

S Jadar Johnson Sr. Clemson 94

P Nicholas Conte Sr. Virginia 118

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

WR Isaiah Ford Jr. Virginia Tech 103

WR Travis Rudolph Jr. Florida State 81

WR Ahmmon Richards Fr. Miami 50

TE Cole Hikutini Sr. Louisville 62

T Adam Bisnowaty R-Sr. Pittsburgh 88

T Jon Heck Sr. North Carolina 57

G Tony Adams Jr. NC State 54

G Kareem Are R-Sr. Florida State 54

C Lucas Crowley Sr. North Carolina 64

QB Deshaun Watson Jr. Clemson 102

RB Matthew Dayes Sr. NC State 79

RB Wayne Gallman R-Jr. Clemson 73

PK Greg Huegel R-So. Clemson 39

Sp. T.J. Logan Sr. North Carolina 57

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE

DE Harold Landry Jr. Boston College 92

DE Christian Wilkins So. Clemson 72

DT Dexter Lawrence Fr. Clemson 67

DT DeAngelo Brown Sr. Louisville 66

LB Marquel Lee Sr. Wake Forest 64

LB Keith Kelsey Sr. Louisville 56

LB Tremaine Edmunds So. Virginia Tech 47

CB Jaire Alexander So. Louisville 80

CB Corn Elder Sr. Miami 53

S Jordan Whitehead So. Pittsburgh 54

S Jessie Bates Fr. Wake Forest 42

P Justin Vogel Sr. Miami 78

THIRD TEAM OFFENSE

WR Artavis Scott Jr. Clemson 46

WR James Quick Sr. Louisville 44

WR Stacy Coley Sr. Miami 30

TE Bucky Hodges R-Jr. Virginia Tech 52

T Brian O’Neill R-So. Pittsburgh 35

T Jonathan McLaughlin Sr. Virginia Tech 33

G Augie Conte R-Sr. Virginia Tech 48

G Danny Isidora Sr. Miami 43

C Freddie Burden R-Sr. Georgia Tech 27

QB Mitch Trubisky Jr. North Carolina 29

RB Mark Walton So. Miami 59

RB Elijah Hood Jr. North Carolina 40

PK Joey Slye Jr. Virginia Tech 37

Sp. Brisly Estime Sr. Syracuse 32

THIRD TEAM DEFENSE

DE Bradley Chubb Jr. NC State 64

DE Duke Ejiofor R-Jr. Wake Forest 37

DT Derrick Nnadi Jr. Florida State 65

DT Nazair Jones Jr. North Carolina 33

LB Ben Humphreys So. Duke 46

LB Andrew Motuapuaka R-Jr. Virginia Tech 41

LB Zaire Franklin Jr. Syracuse 40

CB Greg Stroman Jr. Virginia Tech 45

CB Breon Borders Sr. Duke 37

S Josh Harvey-Clemons Sr. Louisville 38

S Chucky Williams Jr. Louisville 34

P Sterling Hofrichter Fr.-R Syracuse 30

HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE

WR Ervin Philips Jr. Syracuse 29

WR Quadree Henderson So. Pittsburgh 22

WR Bug Howard Sr. North Carolina 20

TE Jaylen Samuels Jr. NC State 24

TE David Njoku R-So. Miami 22

T Geron Christian So. Louisville 31

G Wilson Bell R-Jr. Florida State 33

G Wyatt Teller R-Jr. Virginia Tech 23

G Khalil Hunter Sr. Louisville 21

C Alec Eberle R-So. Florida State 24

C Joe Scelfo Gr-Tfr. NC State 22

RB Taquan Mizzell Sr. Virginia 30

PK Harrison Butker Sr. Georgia Tech 34

PK Chris Blewitt Sr. Pittsburgh 34

PK Michael Badgley Jr. Miami 31

PK Ricky Aguayo Fr. Florida State 30

PK Nick Weiler Sr. North Carolina 27

Sp. Ryan Switzer Sr. North Carolina 26

Sp. Ray-Ray McCloud So. Clemson 20

HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE

DE Ken Ekanem Sr. Virginia Tech 25

DE James Hearns R-Jr. Louisville 22

DT Demarcus Christmas R-So. Florida State 25

DT Patrick Gamble R-Sr. Georgia Tech 23

DT Tyrique Jarrett Sr. Pittsburgh 21

LB Andre Smith So. North Carolina 37

LB Matt Milano Sr. Boston College 37

LB Kendall Joseph R-So. Clemson 32

LB Connor Strachan Jr. Boston College 31

LB Joe Giles-Harris Fr. Duke 25

LB Shaquille Quarterman R-Fr. Miami 24

LB Parris Bennett Jr. Syracuse 23

CB Marquez White Sr. Florida State 28

CB Des Lawrence Sr. North Carolina 27

CB M.J. Stewart Jr. North Carolina 24

S Josh Jones Jr. NC State 28

S Terrell Edmunds R-So. Virginia Tech 28

S Chuck Clark Sr. Virginia Tech 23

S Rayshawn Jenkins R-Sr. Miami 23

S Van Smith So. Clemson 21

P Dom Maggio Fr. Wake Forest 23

Center Freddie Burden, kicker Harrison Butker and defensive tackle Patrick Gamble were named to one of the All-ACC football teams on Monday in voting by the media that covers the conference and its teams.

The Yellow Jackets are 8-4, 4-4 in the ACC and will find out their bowl destination on Sunday.

Burden, a senior who was named third-team offense, helped Tech average 257.4 rushing yards per game in 11 starts. He was named the conference’s lineman of the week one time during the season following a 38-7 win over Vanderbilt. Burden was also named All-ACC by the media in 2014 and by the coaches in 2015.

Butker scored four points in last week’s win against Georgia to move into a tie as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 322 points. The senior was named honorable mention after scoring 76 points this season. He hit 11-of-13 field goals (19th best nationally) and all 43 point-after attempts. Butker also forced touchbacks on 47 kickoffs this season.

Gamble, a senior, was named honorable mention after making 43 tackles with 5 1/2 sacks. In the Yellow Jackets’ three-game winning streak to end the regular season Gamble had 19 tackles with 2 1/2 sacks, including a career-high 11 stops against Georgia.

It was the first All-ACC honors for Butker and Gamble.



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