Scott Earns Back to Back ACC Player of the Week

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CLEMSON -- Clemson guard Edward Scott, who averaged 30.5 points, 5.5 rebounds
and 5.0 assists in a pair of ACC victories, has been named ACC Player
of the Week. In being the first-ever Clemson player to earn
back-to-back ACC Player of the Week honors, the 6-0, 175-pound
Eastover, S.C., senior made 20 of 39 field goal attempts and 16-of-21
free throws on the week as Clemson posted wins over Virginia and
Florida State. In Tuesday's win at Virginia, he had a season-high 32
points, eight rebounds and four assists. In Saturday's victory over
Florida State, Scott had 29 points, six assists and three rebounds.

Wake Forest's Justin Gray, who averaged 15.0 points and 2.0 assists
in three games last week, has been tabbed as the ACC Rookie of the
Week. In Thursday's win at Georgia Tech, the Charlotte, N.C. product
scored 20 points and handed out two assists in a 75-67 win. In
Sunday's come-from-behind 75-71 win over Virginia, Gray had nine
points to go with four assists and one steal and his acrobatic
three-pointer with 1:40 remaining was the game-winner.

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