Clemson and Florida State dominated The Associated Press All-Atlantic Coast Conference football team.
The ACC champion Tigers placed nine players on the first team while four Seminoles were unanimous picks — running back Dalvin Cook, offensive tackle Rod Johnson, defensive end DeMarcus Walker and cornerback Tarvarus McFadden.
The other unanimous selections were Pittsburgh guard Dorian Johnson, Clemson receiver Mike Williams and Virginia linebacker Micah Kiser.
A panel of 14 writers and broadcasters from the nine ACC states voted Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson the offensive player of the year and Walker the defensive player of the year.
Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois and Syracuse receiver Amba Etta-Tawo shared newcomer of the year honors, and Virginia Tech’s Justin Fuente is the coach of the year.
Two players from Virginia — Kiser and safety Quin Blanding — joined Miami kicker Michael Badgley, Johnson and Cook as repeat first-team selections.