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Atlantic Coast Conference football individual awards

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The Atlantic Coast Conference honors players and coaches upon the conclusion of each college football season with the following individual honors as voted on by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.[1]

Coach of the YearEdit

Player of the YearEdit

Rookie of the YearEdit

Offensive Player of the YearEdit

Defensive Player of the YearEdit

Offensive Rookie of the YearEdit

Defensive Rookie of the YearEdit

Brian Piccolo AwardEdit

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  • 1970 Paul Miller, QB, North Carolina
  • 1971 Jim Webster, LB, North Carolina
  • 1972 Mark Johnson, QB, Duke
  • 1973 Al Neville, QB, Maryland
  • 1974 David Visaggio, DG, Maryland
  • 1975 Scott Gardner, QB, Virginia
  • 1976 Jeff Green, DE, Duke
  • 1977 Ralph Stringer, DB, NC State
  • 1978 Rex Varn, DB, Clemson
  • 1979 No Recipient
  • 1980 Jack Cain, DB, Clemson
  • 1981 Aaron Stewart, DB, Duke
  • 1982 Kenny Duckett, WR, Wake Forest
  • 1983 John Piedmonte, OLB, Wake Forest
  • 1984 J.D. Maarleveld, T, Maryland
  • 1985 Danny Burmeister, DB, N. Carolina
  • 1986 Ray Williams, WR, Clemson
  • 1987 No Recipient
  • 1988 Jerry Mays, TB, Georgia Tech
  • 1989 Michael Anderson, RB, Maryland
  • 1990 Marc Mays, WR, Duke
  • 1991 Scott Adell, T, NC State
  • 1992 Dan Footman, DE, Florida State; Randy Cuthbert, TB, Duke
  • 1993 Scott Youmans, DL, Duke
  • 1994 Chris Harrison, T, Virginia
  • 1995 Warren Forney, DT, Clemson
  • 1996 John Lewis, RB, Wake Forest
  • 1997 Sam Cowart, LB, Florida State
  • 1998 Anthony Poindexter, DB, Virginia; Corey Simon, DT, Florida State
  • 1999 Chris Weinke, QB, Florida State
  • 2000 Ed Wilder, FB, Georgia Tech
  • 2001 Matt Crawford, T, Maryland
  • 2002 Anquan Boldin, WR, Florida State
  • 2003 Kevin Bailey, OL, Virginia
  • 2004 Frank Gore, RB, Miami
  • 2005 Ryan Best, S, Virginia
  • 2006 Glenn Sharpe, Miami
  • 2007 Matt Robinson, DE, Wake Forest
  • 2008 Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
  • 2009 Toney Baker, RB, NC State
  • 2010 Mark Herzlich, LB, Boston College; Nate Irving, LB, NC State
  • 2011 Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina
  • 2012 Shayon Green, DE, Miami; Chris Thompson, RB, Florida State
  • 2013 Robert Godhigh, RB, Georgia Tech
  • 2014 Duke Johnson, RB, Miami
  • 2015 Hunter Knighton, OL, Miami
  • 2016 James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh
  • 2017 Trevon Young, DE/OLB, Louisville
  • 2018 Greg Dortch, WR, Wake Forest [6]

50th Anniversary Football TeamEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 2010 ACC Football Media Guide (PDF), "ACC Honors Year by Year", p. 99, Atlantic Coast Conference, 2010.
  2. ^ "Clemson's Swinney Voted ACC Coach of the Year". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. November 27, 2018. Retrieved November 27, 2018.
  3. ^ a b c d "Clemson's Etienne Voted ACC Player of the Year". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. November 28, 2018. Retrieved November 28, 2018.
  4. ^ a b "Tigers' Lawrence Named ACC Rookie of the Year". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. November 27, 2018. Retrieved November 27, 2018.
  5. ^ "Miami's Knighton Named Winner Of Brian Piccolo Award | News." | Official Athletics Site. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Aug. 2016. http://www.theacc.com/news/miami-knigthon-named-winner-of-brian-piccolo-award-12-03-2015 Archived 2016-10-07 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ "Wake Forest's Dortch Earns Brian Piccolo Award". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. November 28, 2018. Retrieved November 29, 2018.