All-ACC Football Team announced with Germaine Pratt(High Point Central HS) on First Team All-ACC and Reggie Gallaspy(Southern Guilford HS) on the Third Team(Pack Players from Guilford County represent)/Gallaspy named ACC Co-Running Back of the Week

Posted by Andy Durham on November 27, 2018 at 11:35 am under College, High School | Comments are off for this article

**********Reggie Gallaspy(Southern Guilford High School) named the ACC Co-Running Back of the Week:**********
from www.theacc.com
CO-RUNNING BACK – Reggie Gallaspy Jr., NC State, Sr., RB; High Point, N.C.
Gallaspy tied a school record with five rushing touchdowns in the Wolfpack’s 34-28 overtime win at North Carolina on Saturday • The five rushing touchdowns in a game are the most by any player in a Power 5 conference this year and tied for the most ever against UNC (most since 1975) • Gallaspy rushed for a career-high 129 yards on 27 carries (4.8 yards per carry) • One of his touchdowns came on a season-best 34-yard run.

from www.theacc.com:
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Three-time defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion Clemson leads the 2018 All-ACC Football Team announced on Monday.

The Tigers placed a total of 18 players on the first, second and third teams. Boston College followed with 11 selections, while Syracuse followed with nine and NC State filled eight spots.

A voting panel of 46 media members and the league’s 14 head coaches cast ballots for the 2018 All-ACC Football Teams, with three points awarded for each first-team vote, two points for each second-team vote and one point for each third-team selection.

Clemson running back Travis Etienne, who leads the ACC with 1,307 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns, led the balloting with 174 points. Two-time ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy winner Mitch Hyatt of Clemson earned his third first-team All-ACC selection.

Wake Forest sophomore Greg Dortch was voted the team’s all-purpose back after piling up 1,750 total yards on receptions, kick returns and rushing. Dortch also earned a spot as a first-team specialist.

Etienne is joined in the All-ACC first-team backfield by NC State quarterback Ryan Finley (3,380 yards passing for 21 touchdowns through 11 games) and Boston College sophomore running back AJ Dillon (1,108 rushing yards despite missing two full games).

NC State juniors Kelvin Harmon and Jakobi Meyers claimed two of the first-team wide receiver spots. Harmon’s 1,179 receiving yards in 11 games leads the conference, and Myers ranks first with 7.6 receptions per game. Virginia senior Olamide Zaccheaus (81 catches, 958 yards, six touchdowns) is the third All-ACC first-team wide receiver.

Boston College’s Tommy Sweeney (32 receptions for 348 yards and three touchdowns) is the first-team tight end.

Clemson’s Hyatt is joined on the first-team offensive line by NC State tackle Tyler Jones and center Garrett Bradbury, Boston College guard Chris Lindstrom and Georgia Tech offensive guard Parker Braun.

Clemson dominated with three of the four first-team defensive line selections, led by junior defensive end Clelin Ferrell with 163 total points. Ferrell leads the conference in quarterback sacks (10.5) and has 15.5 total tackles for loss. He is joined by the Tiger defensive tackles Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence, along with Florida State defensive end Brian Burns.

NC State’s Germaine Pratt, Miami’s Shaquille Quarterman and Duke’s Joe Giles-Harris comprise the linebacker corps. A pair of juniors – Boston College’s Hamp Cheevers and Virginia’s Bryce Hall – man the cornerback slots. Virginia senior Juan Thornhill and Syracuse redshirt freshman Andre Cisco are the first-team safeties.

Cheevers and Cisco are currently tied for the NCAA Division I lead in interceptions with seven each. NC State’s Pratt leads the ACC in tackles with 9.8 per game. Florida State’s Burns is tied for second behind Ferrell in tackles for loss with 10.

Syracuse freshman Andre Szmyt is the first-team placekicker after connecting on 28 of 32 field goal attempts and all 57 of his extra point tries during the regular season. The Orange also boast the first-team All-ACC punter in junior Sterling Hofrichter, who averages 43.3 yards per attempt and has placed an ACC-leading 25 punts inside the opponents’ 25-yard line.

Clemson’s Hyatt, Ferrell, Wilkins and Lawrence are repeat first-team All-ACC selections from 2017, as are Boston College’s Dillon and Duke’s Giles-Harris.

NC State’s Harmon, Virginia’s Zaccheaus, Georgia Tech’s Braun, Wake Forest’s Dortch and Miami’s Quarterman were second-team selections last season. Boston College’s Sweeney, NC State’s Finley, Clemson’s Etienne and Virginia’s Thornhill were all third-team selections a year ago.

The complete 2018 All-ACC Football Team:

First-Team Offense

			
QB	Ryan Finley	Gr.	NC State	130
RB	Travis Etienne	So.	Clemson	174
RB	AJ Dillon	So.	Boston College	162
WR	Kelvin Harmon	Jr.	NC State	164
WR	Olamide Zaccheaus	Sr.	Virginia	158
WR	Jakobi Meyers	Jr.	NC State	141
TE	Tommy Sweeney	Gr.	Boston College 	158
AP	Greg Dortch	So.	Wake Forest	172
OT	Mitch Hyatt	Sr.	Clemson	172
OT	Tyler Jones	Sr.	NC State	93
OG	Chris Lindstrom	Sr.	Boston College	136
OG	Parker Braun	Jr.	Georgia Tech	129
C	Garrett Bradbury	Gr.	NC State	113

First-Team Defense

			
DE	Clelin Ferrell	Jr.	Clemson	163
DE	Brian Burns	Jr.	Florida State	120
DT 	Christian Wilkins	Gr.	Clemson	160
DT	Dexter Lawrence	Jr.	Clemson	137
LB	Germaine Pratt	Gr.	NC State	125
LB	Shaquille Quarterman	Jr.	Miami	113
LB	Joe Giles-Harris	Jr.	Duke	111
CB	Hamp Cheevers	Jr.	Boston College	159
CB	Bryce Hall	Jr.	Virginia	139
S	Juan Thornhill	Sr.	Virginia	123
S	Andre Cisco	Fr.	Syracuse	110

First-Team Specialists

			
PK	Andre Szmyt	R-Fr.	Syracuse	165
P	Sterling Hofrichter	Jr.	Syracuse	134
SP	Greg Dortch	So.	Wake Forest	127

Second-Team Offense

			
QB	Trevor Lawrence	Fr.	Clemson	106
RB	Qadree Ollison	Sr.	Pitt	128
RB	Travis Homer	Jr.	Miami	71
WR	Tee Higgins	So.	Clemson	117
WR	Jamal Custis	Sr.	Syracuse	115
WR	Damon Hazelton	So.	Virginia Tech	76
TE	Brevin Jordan	Fr.	Miami	58
AP	Deon Jackson	So.	Duke	50
OT	Tremayne Anchrum	Jr.	Clemson	60
OT	Stefano Millin	Sr.	Pitt	60
OG	Phil Haynes	Sr.	Wake Forest	87
OG	Sean Pollard	Jr.	Clemson	72
C	Justin Falcinelli	Gr.	Clemson	92

Second-Team Defense

			
DE	Zach Allen	Sr.	Boston College	112
DE	Alton Robinson	Jr.	Syracuse	91
DT	Gerald Willis III	Sr.	Miami	129
DT	Ricky Walker	Sr.	Virginia Tech	63
LB	Cole Holcomb	Sr.	North Carolina	98
LB	Tre Lamar	Jr.	Clemson	82
LB	Ryan Guthrie	Sr.	Syracuse	76
CB	Trayvon Mullen	Jr.	Clemson	98
CB	Essang Bassey	Jr.	Wake Forest	75
S	Jaquan Johnson	Sr.	Miami	99
S	Cameron Glenn	Sr.	Wake Forest	51
Second-Team Specialists			
PK	Christopher Dunn	Fr.	NC State	86
P	Pressley Harvin III	So.	Georgia Tech	121
SP	Michael Walker	Sr.	Boston College	78

Third-Team Offense

			
QB	Eric Dungey	Sr.	Syracuse	76
RB	Darrin Hall	Sr.	Pitt	58
RB	Reggie Gallaspy Jr.	Sr.	NC State	49
WR	T.J. Rahming	Sr.	Duke	62
WR	Hunter Renfrow	Gr.	Clemson	57
WR	Nyqwan Murray	Sr.	Florida State	52
TE	Daniel Helm	Sr.	Duke	31
AP	Sean Riley	Jr.	Syracuse	38
OT	Aaron Monteiro	Sr.	Boston College	58
OT	Koda Martin	Gr.	Syracuse	55
OG	John Simpson	Jr.	Clemson	67
OG	Mike Herndon	Sr.	Pitt	59
C	Jimmy Morrissey	So.	Pitt	47

Third-Team Defense

			
DE	Austin Bryant	Sr.	Clemson	59
DE	Wyatt Ray	Sr.	Boston College	48
DT	Demarcus Christmas	Sr.	Florida State	44
DT	Ray Smith	Sr.	Boston College	41
LB	Kendall Joseph	Gr.	Clemson	70
LB	Chris Peace	Sr.	Virginia	64
LB	Connor Strachan	Gr.	Boston College	58
CB 	Trajan Bandy	So.	Miami	68
CB	A.J. Terrell	So.	Clemson	60
S	Tanner Muse	Jr.	Clemson	49
S	Will Harris	Sr.	Boston College	48
Third-Team Specialists			
PK	Alex Kessman	So.	Pitt	30
P	Oscar Bradburn	So.	Virginia Tech	31
SP	Joe Reed	Jr.	Virginia	54

Honorable Mention (25 or more points)

		
Offense				
QB 	Bryce Perkins	Jr.	Virginia	28
RB	Jordan Ellis	Sr.	Virginia	36
WR	Anthony Ratliff-Williams	Jr.	North Carolina	46
WR	Tamorrion Terry	R-Fr.	Florida State	46
TE	Dalton Keene	So.	Virginia Tech	29
TE	Evan Butts	Sr.	Virginia	25
TE	George Aston	Sr.	Pitt	25
AP	Maurice Ffrench	Jr.	Pitt	35
AP	Amari Rodgers	So.	Clemson	26
OT	Cody Conway	Sr.	Syracuse	50
OT	Alex Bookser	Sr.	Pitt	45
OT	William Sweet	Jr.	North Carolina	34
OT	Ben Petrula	So.	Boston College	33
OT	Tyree St. Louis	Sr.	Miami	25
OG	Connor Dintino	Sr.	Pitt	58
OG	Terronne Prescod	Sr.	NC State	53
OG 	Kyle Chung	Sr.	Virginia Tech	25
C	Jon Baker	Gr.	Boston College	38
C	Ryan Anderson	Sr.	Wake Forest	36
Defense				
DE	Joe Jackson	Jr.	Miami	40
DT	Willie Yarbary	Sr.	Wake Forest	36
DT	Jason Strowbridge	Jr.	North Carolina	30
DT	Chris Slayton	Sr.	Syracuse	26
DT	Marvin Wilson	So.	Florida State	25
LB	Michael Pinckney	Jr.	Miami	46
LB	Rayshard Ashby	So.	Virginia Tech	42
LB	Justin Strnad	Jr.	Wake Forest 	29
LB	Ben Humphreys	Sr.	Duke	27
CB	Dane Jackson	Jr.	Pitt	57
CB	Michael Jackson	Sr.	Miami	49
S	Sheldrick Redwine	Sr.	Miami	41
S	K’Von Wallace	Jr.	Clemson	39
S	Dylan Singleton	Jr.	Duke	38
S	Damar Hamlin	Jr.	Pitt	32
Specialists			
PK	Greg Huegel	Sr.	Clemson	27
SP	Maurice Ffrench	Jr.	Pitt	53

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