Clemson Leads ACC with 12 Options on 2022 All-ACC Group– Clemson Tigers Authorities Sports Website

November 29, 2022

The Atlantic Coastline Meeting revealed its 2022 All-ACC Group on Tuesday with 10 Clemson gamers gaining a league-high 12 all-conference choices. Clemson was the only program to create double-digit choices in 2022 and also has actually currently created 10 or even more All-ACC choices in each of the last 8 periods.

4 Clemson gamers accumulated an overall of 6 first-team choices, consisting of take on Jordan McFadden, protective end Myles Murphy, protective take on Tyler Davis and also Will Shipley, that gained first-team choices at the running back, all-purpose and also expert placements. Shipley came to be the very first gamer busy background to gain first-team All-ACC awards at 3 placements.

Clemson put 3 gamers each on the 2nd and also 3rd groups, consisting of second-team responds for protective end K.J. Henry, protective take on Bryan Bresee and also placekicker B.T. Potter. Limited end Davis Allen, facility Will certainly Putnam and also linebacker Trenton Simpson amassed third-team honors.

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The complete launch from the Atlantic Coastline Meeting is consisted of listed below.

GREENSBORO, N.C. (– Atlantic Department champ Clemson leads the 2022 All-ACC Football Teams revealed on Tuesday.

The Tigers loaded an overall of 12 areas on the very first, 2nd and also 3rd groups, with student Will certainly Shipley coming to be the first-ever gamer to gain first-team honors at 3 placements with his option at running back, all-purpose and also expert.

Pitt adhered to with 9 choices, while Florida State and also Coastal Department champ North Carolina had 8 guest of honors each.

The All-ACC groups were picked by a ballot panel of 51 media participants and also each of the organization’s 14 head trainers for an overall of 65 citizens. 3 factors were granted for each and every first-team ballot, 2 factors for each and every second-team ballot, and also one factor for each and every third-team option.

Pitt running back Israel Abanikanda, the ACC’s leading rush with 1,431 lawns, was the leading general vote-getter with 187 complete factors. A set of pass receivers– Boston University’s Zay Flowers and also North Carolina’s Josh Downs– each accumulated 184 complete factors.

Abanikanda and also Shipley (1,092 hurrying lawns) are taken part the All-ACC first-team backfield by North Carolina fresher quarterback Drake Maye, that presently leads the country in complete violation with 4,476 lawns and also gained 177 complete factors in the All-ACC balloting.

Blossoms (1,077 lawns and also a league-high 12 TD functions) and also Downs (11 TD captures with an ACC-leading 83 functions and also 92.9 obtaining lawns per video game) are signed up with on the first-team obtaining corps by Wake Woodland’s A.T. Perry (70 functions, 980 lawns, 11 goals). Syracuse’s Oronde Gadsden II is the first-team limited end after taking 54 masquerade 891 lawns and also 6 TDs.

ACC Jacobs Obstructing Prize champion Jordan McFadden was the leading vote-getter amongst offending electrician, and also the Clemson standout is signed up with at the various other first-team take on placement by Graham Barton of Fight It Out.

Because of incorporate the ballot, 3 offending guards gained 2022 All-ACC first-team honors– Florida State’s Dillan Gibbons (the ACC’s Jim Tatum Honor champion as the organization’s Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year), Pitt’s Marcus Minor and also NC State’s Chandler Zavala. The facility placement is manned by NC State’s Give Gibson, offering the Wolfpack 2 gamers on the first-team offending front.

Florida State protective end Jared Knowledgeable (163 factors) and also Pitt take on Calijah Kancey (160) lead the protective group ballot. Each gamer signed up 14.5 takes on for loss and also 7.5 quarterback sacks throughout the routine period. They are signed up with on the front 4 by Clemson protective end Myles Murphy and also Tiger defensive take on Tyler Davis.

North Carolina’s Cedric Gray (an ACC-leading 130 takes on), Louisville’s Yasir Abdullah, and also Pitt’s SirVocea Dennis are the 3 leading choices at linebacker.

NC State’s Aydan White and also Virginia’s Anthony Johnson were chosen as the first-team cornerbacks, with Miami’s Kam Kinchens (the ACC’s leader in interceptions with 6) and also Florida State’s Jammie Robinson at the security areas.

With Clemson’s Shipley (30 functions for 195 lawns, 24.3 lawns per first return) chosen at both all-purpose and also unique groups, NC State placekicker Christopher Dunn and also Miami’s Lou Hedley finish the All-ACC first-team expert corps.

Dunn (177 factors in the ballot) is the ACC’s all-time leading marker and also possesses the country’s leading precision price on basket this period at 24-for-25. Hedley places 3rd in the ACC in punting standard (45.3) and also put 23 of his 47 efforts inside the challengers’ 20-yard line.

North Carolina’s Downs and also Wake Woodland’s Perry additionally gained first-team All-ACC offensive honors in 2021. Pitt’s Kancey, Clemson’s Davis and also FSU’s Robinson are repeat choices on the All-ACC defensive first string.

Please see listed below for the checklists of the 2022 All-ACC Football First, Secondly and also Third Teams (with electing factors overalls), along with Respectable Reference choices.

2022 All-ACC Football Groups

First-Team All-ACC
QB– Drake Maye, North Carolina, 177
RB– Israel Abanikanda, Pitt, 187
RB– Will Certainly Shipley, Clemson, 164
WR– Zay Flowers, Boston University, 184
WR– Josh Downs, North Carolina, 184
WR– A.T. Perry, Wake Woodland, 167
TE– Oronde Gadsden II, Syracuse, 127
AP– Will Certainly Shipley, Clemson, 166
OT– Jordan McFadden, Clemson, 159
OT– Graham Barton, Fight It Out, 132
OG– Dillan Gibbons, Florida State, 131
OG– Chandler Zavala, NC State, 119 (connection)
OG– Marcus Minor, Pitt, 119 (connection)
C– Give Gibson, NC State, 132

DE– Jared Knowledgeable, Florida State, 163
DE– Myles Murphy, Clemson, 112
DT– Calijah Kancey, Pitt, 160
DT– Tyler Davis, Clemson, 116
POUND– Cedric Gray, North Carolina, 128
POUND– Yasir Abdullah, Louisville, 116
POUND– SirVocea Dennis, Pitt, 116
CB– Aydan White, NC State, 117
CB– Anthony Johnson, Virginia, 84
S– Kam Kinchens, Miami, 139
S– Jammie Robinson, Florida State, 129

PK– Christopher Dunn, NC State, 177
P– Lou Hedley, Miami, 133
SP– Will Certainly Shipley, Clemson, 131

Second-Team All-ACC
QB– Jordan Travis, Florida State, 98
RB– Sean Tucker, Syracuse, 140
RB– Trey Benson, Florida State, 137
WR– Jared Wayne, Pitt, 114
WR– Tyler Hudson, Louisville, 109
WR– Johnny Wilson, Florida State, 81
TE– Will Certainly Mallory, Miami, 94
AP– Josh Downs, North Carolina, 81
OT– Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse, 114
OT– Robert Scott, Florida State, 69
OG– Sean Maginn, Wake Woodland, 88
OG– Caleb Chandler, Louisville, 81
C– Bryan Hudson, Louisville, 57

DE– K.J. Henry, Clemson, 80
DE– Donovan Ezeiruaku, Boston University, 75
DT– DeWayne Carter, Fight It Out, 95
DT– Bryan Bresee, Clemson, 61
POUND– Drake Thomas, NC State, 108
POUND– Nick Jackson, Virginia, 75
POUND– Ayinde Eley, Georgia Technology, 70
CB– Fentrell Cypress, Virginia, 69
CB– Tornado Duck, North Carolina, 65
S– Tanner Ingle, NC State, 91
S– Erick Hallett II, Pitt, 83

PK– B.T. Potter, Clemson, 86
P– Daniel Stimulates, Virginia, 97
SP– M.J. Devonshire, Pitt, 89

Third-Team All-ACC
QB– Sam Hartman, Wake Woodland, 82
RB– Henry Parrish, Jr., Miami, 49
RB– Justice Ellison, Wake Woodland, 38
WR– Jalon Calhoun, Fight It Out, 68
WR– Antoine Eco-friendly, North Carolina, 56
WR– Keytaon Thompson, Virginia, 50
TE– Davis Allen, Clemson, 52
AP– Sean Tucker, Syracuse, 64
OT– Matt Goncalves, Pitt, 66
OT– Asim Richards, North Carolina, 62
OG– D’Mitri Emmanuel, Florida State, 57
OG– Jake Kradel, Pitt, 50
C– Will Certainly Putnam, Clemson, 51

DE– Yaya Diaby, Louisville, 65
DE– Keion White, Georgia Technology, 44
DT– Kobie Turner, Wake Woodland, 53
DT– Cory Durden, NC State, 44
POUND– Charlie Thomas, Georgia Technology, 63
POUND– Trenton Simpson, Clemson, 58
POUND– Mikel Jones, Syracuse, 55
CB– Kei’Trel Clark, Louisville, 64
CB– Tyrique Stevenson, Miami, 42
S– Darius Joiner, Fight It Out, 63
S– LaMiles Brooks, Georgia Technology, 47

PK– James Turner, Louisville, 72
P– Ben Kiernan, North Carolina, 53
SP– Jalon Calhoun, Fight It Out, 74

Honorable-Mention All-ACC
QB– Riley Leonard, Fight It Out, 22
RB– Treshaun Ward, Florida State, 31
RB– Tiyon Evans, Louisville, 30
WR -Thayer Thomas, NC State, 43
WR– Nate McCollum, Georgia Technology, 37
WR– Kaleb Smith, Virginia Technology, 22
WR– Jahmal Banks, Wake Woodland, 21
WR– Antonio Williams, Clemson, 15
TE- Bryson Nesbit, North Carolina, 44
TE– Marshon Ford, Louisville, 27
AP– Jalon Calhoun, Fight It Out, 32
AP– Hassan Hall, Georgia Technology, 18
OT– DeVonte Gordon, Wake Woodland, 38
OT– Renato Brown, Louisville, 32
OT– DJ Scaife, Jr., Miami, 31
OT– Timothy McKay, NC State, 30
OT– Silas Dzansi, Virginia Technology, 21
OG– Pedestrian Parks, Clemson, 48
OG– Marcus Tate, Clemson, 38
OG– Loic Ngassam Nya, Wake Woodland, 19
OG– Jalen Rivers, Miami, 16
C– Michael Jurgens, Wake Woodland, 44
C– Corey Gaynor, North Carolina, 26
C– Maurice Smith, Florida State, 25
C– Jacob Monk, Fight It Out, 25
C– Jake Kradel, Pitt, 21
DE– TyJuan Garbutt, Virginia Technology, 38
DE– Akheem Mesidor, Miami, 36
DE– Chico Bennett, Virginia, 35
DE– Jasheen Davis, Wake Woodland, 21
DE– Deslin Alexandre, Pitt, 19
DE– Rondell Bothroyd, Wake Woodland, 17
DT– Fabien Lovett, Florida State, 36
DT– Leonard Taylor III, Miami, 34
DT– Aaron Faumui, Virginia, 22
DT– Ruke Orhorhoro, Clemson, 18
DT– Robert Cooper, Florida State, 17
DT– Chibueze Onwuka, Boston University, 16
DT– Ashton Gillotte, Louisville, 15
POUND– Jeremiah Trotter Jr., Clemson, 51
POUND– Isaiah Moore, NC State, 48
POUND– Ryan Smenda, Jr., Wake Woodland, 45
POUND– Barrett Carter, Clemson, 36
POUND– Shaka Heyward, Fight It Out, 34
POUND– Payton Wilson, NC State, 25
POUND– Dax Hollifield, Virginia Technology, 22
POUND– Momo Sanogo, Louisville, 20
POUND– Tatum Bethune, Florida State, 19
POUND– Power Echols, North Carolina, 17
POUND– Marlowe Wax, Syracuse, 16
POUND– Vinny DePalma, Boston University, 15
CB– Duce Chestnut, Syracuse, 39
CB– Elijah Jones, Boston University, 37
CB– M.J. Devonshire, Pitt, 33
CB– Zamari Walton, Georgia Technology, 27
CB– Garrett Williams, Syracuse, 26
CB– Marquis Williams, Pitt, 26
CB– Sheridan Jones, Clemson, 25
CB– Renardo Eco-friendly, Florida State, 24
CB– Nate Wiggins, Clemson, 24
CB– Josh DeBerry, Boston University, 23
CB– Mansoor Delane, Virginia Technology, 19
CB– Tyler Baker-Williams, NC State, 17
S– Brandon Hillside, Pitt, 37
S– Andrew Mukuba, Clemson, 34
S– Ja’Had Carter, Syracuse, 33
S– Jaiden Woodbey, Boston University, 25
S– Brandon Johnson, Fight It Out, 22
S– Jalyn Phillips, Clemson, 17
PK– Andres Borregales, Miami, 17
P– Mark Vassett, Louisville, 45
P– Doorperson Wilson, Fight It Out, 16
SP– Mycah Pittman, Florida State, 59
SP– Tucker Holloway, Virginia Technology, 26