Marcquise Reed named to All-ACC team


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Clemson guard Marcquise Reed was named third-team All-ACC on Monday.

Reed leads the conference in free throw shooting percentage (.849) and steals per game (2.3), ranking third in the ACC in scoring (19.4).

With four wins in the last five games, Reed has led the Tigers by averaging 23 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.6 steals.

He’s one of just two players in the country – the only at a Power 5 school – to average at least 19.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.0 steals per game.

Elijah Thomas was among the honorable mention All-ACC members and picked up All-Defensive team honors. The Dallas, Texas native leads the team in rebounding (8.0 per game) and blocks (2.2 per game), while also posting 13.2 points per game (second on the team).

Duke's Zion Williamson won ACC player of the year with the majority of votes (49 of 60). Virginia's Tony Bennett won ACC coach of the year and Virginia's De'Andre Hunter won ACC defensive player of the year.

2019 Atlantic Coast Conference Post-Season Honors

All-ACC

First Team

Zion Williamson, Fr., Duke, 350*

RJ Barrett, Fr., Duke, 346

De’Andre Hunter, So., Virginia, 302

Cameron Johnson, Sr., North Carolina, 277

Kyle Guy, Jr., Virginia, 231

Second Team

Luke Maye, Sr., North Carolina, 221

Ky Bowman, Jr., Boston College, 188

Ty Jerome, Jr., Virginia, 177

Coby White, Fr., North Carolina, 171

Kerry Blackshear Jr., Jr., Virginia Tech, 170

Third Team

Jordan Nwora, So., Louisville, 135

Marcquise Reed, Sr., Clemson, 129

Tyus Battle, Jr., Syracuse, 128

Nickeil Alexander-Walker, So., Virginia Tech, 72

John Mooney, Jr., Notre Dame, 71

Honorable Mention

Mfiondu Kabengele, So., Florida State, 69

Cam Reddish, Fr., Duke, 37

Tre Jones, Fr., Duke, 18

Terance Mann, Sr., Florida State, 16

Elijah Thomas, Sr., Clemson, 10

ACC Player of the Year

Zion Williamson, Fr., Duke, 49

RJ Barrett, Fr., Duke, 16

De’Andre Hunter, So., Virginia, 4

Ky Bowman, Jr., Boston College, 1

ACC Rookie of the Year

Zion Williamson, Duke, 47

RJ Barrett, Duke, 21

Coby White, North Carolina, 2

ACC Coach of the Year

Tony Bennett, Virginia, 30

Buzz Williams, Virginia Tech, 12

Roy Williams, North Carolina, 11

Leonard Hamilton, Florida State, 10

Chris Mack, Louisville, 7

ACC Defensive Player of the Year

De’Andre Hunter, So., Virginia, 46

Tre Jones, Fr., Duke, 19

David Skara, Sr., Clemson, 3

Trent Forrest, Jr., Florida State, 2

ACC Most Improved Player

Jordan Nwora, So., Louisville, 30

John Mooney, Jr., Notre Dame, 27

Cameron Johnson, Sr., North Carolina, 5

Mfiondu Kabengele, So., Florida State, 4

Kerry Blackshear Jr., Jr., Virginia Tech, 2

Chris Lykes, So., Miami, 2

ACC Sixth Man of the Year

Mfiondu Kabengele, So., Florida State, 60

DJ Funderburk, So., NC State, 3

Jared Wilson-Frame, Jr., Pitt, 3

Nassir Little, Fr., North Carolina, 2

Braxton Key, Jr., Virginia, 2

ACC All-Defensive Team

De’Andre Hunter, So., Virginia, 60

Tre Jones, Fr., Duke, 56

Zion Williamson, Fr., Duke, 53

Elijah Thomas, Sr., Clemson, 31

James Banks III, Jr., Georgia Tech, 29

ACC All-Freshman Team

Zion Williamson, Duke, 70*

Coby White, North Carolina, 67

RJ Barrett, Duke, 66

Xavier Johnson, Pitt, 40

Tre Jones, Duke, 38

*unanimous

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