ACC All-Conference

My All-Conference teams are based on who played the best throughout the year not on their pro football evaluations(which will be coming later) So here is the first installment of the All Conference Teams:

The Pro Prospects Aaron Curry and Clint Simtim and the very mobile Tyrod Taylor just missed this list. But I try to take into account the complete year for each player and though the first two are good pro prospects(very hyped), they were beat out by the hard working Michael Tauiliili of Duke and Mark Herzlich of BC and the watch out for Nate Irving which gave the Wolfpack defense a heartbeat this year. As for Tyrod I really think you are deserving but how can you deny the freshman who took over at QB and led the Pack to a Bowl. Nuff said.

QB Russell Wilson, North Carolina St. QB
RB Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech RB
RB Da'Rel Scott, Maryland RB
WR Hakeem Nicks, North Carolina WR
WR Demir Boldin, Wake Forest WR
WR Kevin Ogletree, Virginia WR
OL Edwin Williams, Maryland OL
OL Sergio Render, Virginia Tech OL
OL Nick Marshman, Virginia Tech OL
OL Eugene Monroe, Virginia OL
OL Reggie Youngblood, Miami OL

DL Everette Brown, Florida St. DL
DL Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech DL
DL Neefy Moffett, Florida St. DL
DL Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech DL
LB Michael Tauiliili, Duke LB
LB Nate Irving, North Carolina St. LB
LB Mark Herzlich, Boston College LB
DB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest DB
DB Victor Harris, Virginia Tech DB
DB Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech DB
DB Michael Hamlin, Clemson DB

K Graham Gano, Florida St. PK SR K
P Travis Baltz, Maryland P SO P
KR C.J. Spiller, Clemson RB JR RB
PR Travis Benjamin, Miami (Fla.) WR FR WR

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