Clemson’s Watson, FSU’s Cook unanimous all-ACC picks by media

There was no doubt Deshaun Watson and Dalvin Cook played like first-team ACC players this season.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson and Florida State running back Dalvin Cook are the unanimous picks to the all-Atlantic Coast Conference team.

The Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association announced its all-league teams Monday, and Watson and Cook were first-team selections on all 50 ballots cast.

Watson leads the ACC in total offense (331.6 ypg) for the top-ranked Tigers (12-0, 8-0), the Atlantic Division champions. Cook has ACC bests of 1,658 yards rushing and 19 touchdowns.

Clemson placed six players on the first team and 17 selections overall while Coastal Division champ North Carolina claimed 14 spots on the three all-conference teams.

Here is the full list of players making each team.

(Note: First-team votes are worth three points, second-team votes two points and third-team votes one point)

FIRST TEAM — OFFENSE

 
QB–Deshaun Watson, soph., Clemson (150)
RB– Dalvin Cook, soph, Florida State (150)
RB–Elijah Hood, soph., North Carolina (123)
WR–Tyler Boyd, jr., Pittsburgh (147)
WR–Artavis Scott, soph., Clemson (130)
WR–Isaiah Ford, soph., Virginia Tech (124)
OT–Roderick Johnson, soph., Florida State (102)
OT–Joe Thuney, sr., N.C. State (82)
OG–Landon Turner, sr., North Carolina (132)
OG–Eric Mac Lain, sr., Clemson (113)
C–Matt Skura, sr., Duke (94)
K–Roberto Aguayo, jr., Florida State (86)
Spec.–DeVon Edwards, jr., Duke (103)
 

FIRST TEAM — DEFENSE

 
DE–Shaq Lawson, jr., Clemson (132)
DE–Ejuan Price, sr., Pittsburgh (111)
DT–Carlos Watkins, jr., Clemson (101)
DT–Luther Maddy, sr., Virginia Tech (60)
DT–Connor Wujciak, sr., Boston College (60)
LB–Micah Kiser, soph., Virginia (93)
LB–Brandon Chubb, sr., Wake Forest (87)
LB–Keith Kelsey, jr., Louisville (78)
CB–Jalen Ramsey, jr., Florida State (122)
CB–Mackensie Alexander, soph., Clemson (81)
S–Jeremy Cash, sr., Duke (122)
S–Quin Blanding, soph., Virginia (88)
P–Riley Dixon, sr., Syracuse (77)
 

SECOND TEAM

Offense

QB–Marquise Williams, sr., North Carolina (95)

RB–Wayne Gallman, soph., Clemson (115)

RB–Qadree Ollison, fr., Pittsburgh (69)

WR–Travis Rudolph, soph., Florida State (96)

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WR–Canaan Severin, sr., Virginia (88)

WR–Mack Hollins, jr., North Carolina (63)

WR–Kermit Whitfield, jr., Florida State (63)

TE–Jordan Leggett, jr., Clemson (77)

OT–Jon Heck, jr., North Carolina (79)

OT–Adam Bismowaty, jr., Pittsburgh (77)

OG–Dorian Johnson, jr., Pittsburgh (49)

OG–Caleb Peterson, jr., North Carolina (45)

C–Jay Guillermo, jr., Clemson (88)

K–Greg Huegel, fr., Clemson (77)

Spec.–Ryan Switzer, jr., North Carolina (83)

Defense

DE–Mike Rose, sr., N.C. State (96)

DE–DeMarcus Walker, jr., Florida State (81)

DT–Nile Lawrence-Stample, sr., Florida State (58)

DT–DeAngelo Brown, jr., Louisville (46)

LB–Steven Daniels, sr., Boston College (65)

LB–Ben Boulware, jr., Clemson (60)

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LB–B.J. Goodson, sr., Clemson (60)

LB–Reggie Northrup, sr., Florida State (60)

CB–M.J. Stewart, soph., North Carolina (65)

CB–Artie Burns, jr., Miami (51)

S–Jayron Kearse, jr., Clemson (69)

S–Justin Simmons, sr., Boston College (47)

P–Alex Kinal, sr., Wake Forest (75)

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THIRD TEAM

Offense

QB–Brad Kaaya, soph., Miami (30)

RB–Taquan Mizzell, jr., Virginia (43)

RB–Travon McMillian, fr., Virginia Tech (30)

WR–Stacy Coley, jr., Miami (58)

WR–Ryan Switzer, jr., North Carolina (34)

WR–Quinshad Davis, sr., North Carolina (28)

TE–Bucky Hodges, soph., Virginia Tech (52)

OT–Mitch Hyatt, fr., Clemson (66)

OT–Joe Gore, sr., Clemson (59)

OG–Tyrone Crowder, soph., Clemson (39)

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OG–Kareem Are, jr., Florida State (38)

C–Lucas Crowley, jr., North Carolina (58)

K–Ross Martin, sr., Duke (56)

Spec.–Brisly Estime, jr., Syracuse (34)

Defense

DE–Shendon Rankins, sr., Louisville (47)

DE–Ron Thompson, jr., Syracuse (24)

DT–Nazair Jones, soph., North Carolina (33)

DT–Derrick Nnadi, soph., Florida State (31)

DT–Darryl Render, sr., Pittsburgh (31)

LB–Shakeel Rashad, sr., North Carolina (58)

LB–James Burgess, sr., Louisville (53)

LB–Dwayne Norman, sr., Duke (43)

CB–Cordrea Tankersley, jr., Clemson (47)

CB–Des Lawrence, jr., North Carolina (45)

S–Jordan Whitehead, fr., Pittsburgh (41)

S–Derwin James, fr., Florida State (30)

P–Will Monday, sr., Duke (39)