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Dalvin Cook among 4 Seminoles named to All-ACC first team

No Hurricanes named to first team; 6 named to second, third teams

Florida State running back Dalvin Cook received the most votes of all players named to the All-ACC first team. (Jeff Romance)

PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – Florida State junior running back Dalvin Cook was one of four Seminoles named to the All-ACC first team in balloting released Monday by the Atlantic Coast Conference.

The Miami native leads the overall voting with 139 total points. Cook joins junior offensive tackle Roderick Johnson, senior defensive end DeMarcus Walker and sophomore cornerback Tarvarus McFadden on the first team, as voted upon by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.

Cook is the ACC's rushing leader with 1,620 yards. He recently surpassed Warrick Dunn to become Florida State's career rushing leader.

Johnson is a two-time ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy winner.

Walker's 15 sacks are tied with Boston College junior defensive end Harold Landry for the nation's lead.

McFadden's eight interceptions leads the ACC and are tied for the most in the nation. McFadden is from Fort Lauderdale.

FSU junior wide receiver Travis Rudolph and senior guard Kareem Are were named to the All-ACC second team, while junior defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi was named to the third team.

No Miami players earned first-team honors, but several Hurricanes landed on the second and third teams.

Freshman receiver Ahmmon Richards, senior cornerback Corn Elder and senior punter Justin Vogel were named to the second team.

Senior receiver Stacy Coley, senior guard Danny Isidora and sophomore running back Mark Walton were named to the third 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


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