Tigers Earn Four Selections on ACC All-Tournament Team

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CLEMSON - For the first time ever Clemson had two players, K.C. Rivers and Trevor Booker, named to the ACC All-Tournament first team.
The last Clemson player to earn that honor was Terrell McIntyre in 1998 and before this year Clemson has had just four first-team All-Tournament selections in 54 previous events. Jim Brennan made the team in 1962 when he led the Tigers to the championship game.

2008 ACC All-Tournament Teams

First Team

Tyler Hansbrough, UNC

Wayne Ellington, UNC

K.C. Rivers, CU

Trevor Booker, CU

Marcus Ginyard, UNC

Second Team

James Mays, CU

DeMarcus Nelson, DU

A.D. Vassallo, Virginia Tech

Malcolm Delaney, Virginia Tech

Cliff Hammonds, CU

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