Monday, March 10, 2014

All-ACC as voted on by the media

First Team:

Ty Warren, NC State (77 first place votes), 231 total votes
Jabari Parker, Duke (77), 231
Marcus Paige, North Carolina (69) 223
CJ Fair, Syracuse (47), 200
KJ McDaniels, Clemson (46) 199

Second Team:

Malcolm Brogdon, Virginia (35) 170
Lamar Patterson, Pittsburgh (10) 158
Tyler Ennis, Syracuse (13) 156
Rodney Hood, Duke (4) 148
James McAdoo, North Carolina (2) 103

Third Team:

Olivier Hanlon, Boston College (3) 101
Joe Harris, Virginia (1) 79
Rion Brown, Miami 52
Dez Wells, Maryland 45
Daniel Miller, Georgia Tech 34

Honorable Mention:

Eric Atkins, Notre Dame 30
Talib Zanna, Pittsburgh 28
Aaron Thomas, Florida State 27
Akil Mitchell, Virginia 17
Jerami Grant, Syracuse 15
Ryan Anderson, Boston College 10


  1. Chris - may want to change "TY" Warren to T.J.

    No need to publish - consider me your proof reader!

  2. I would think if DJ did not get hurt LP would be on the first team. Just a thought

  3. Would like to have seen Patterson on the 1st team, but those games with the bad thumb clearly cost him. I think he brings more than McDaniel and Paige. And interesting though that Pomeroy considers him the 2d best ACC player (behind Parker) and in the top 10 for player of the year.

  4. My bad -- I meant McDaniels, not Grant.

  5. Anybody hear how the Jamison visit went this past weekend? Wondering if the commitment of Haughton may push Jamison elsewhere, possibly Texas Tech?

    1. I've always had him going to Texas Tech.

  6. OK, thanks Doke. I liked his 'highlights' better than what little was available on Haughton. Do you have enough info to compare the 2? Is Haughton atleast a better rebounder & defender?

    1. If I had to chose one or the other I'd take Haughton. He's a better rebounder and shot blocker. Haughton is well below average on offense but at least he has one thing that he's excellent at and that's blocking shots. Jamison isn't excellent at anything. He's just okay at everything.