Duke’s fine season will be remembered in the record books not just for wins and losses but also for the outstanding players they put out on the court. Monday the ACC announced it’s all-conference teams as well as the league’s all-freshman team with Duke players earned recognition on each and every unit, including the honorable mention.
Mason Plumlee led the way for the Blue Devils, recieving a league-high 226 vote points to land him at the top of the ACC’s first team. Joining Plumlee are Miami’s Shane Larkin, Virginia Tech’s Erick Green, Joe Harris of Virginia and Richard Howell of N.C. State.
Seth Curry was the leading vote-getter on the second team with 178 vote points. Kenny Kadji of Miami, Lorenzo Brown of N.C. State, and North Carolina’s Reggie Bullock and James Michael McAdoo round out the second team.
Quinn Cook landed on the third team alongside Devin Booker of Clemson, Akil Mitchell of Virginia, Ryan Anderson of Boston College, Michael Snaer of Florida State and preseason ACC Player of the Year C.J. Leslie of N.C. State.
Ryan Kelly received 12 vote points and landed himself an honorable mention.
Rasheed Sulaimon appeared on 63 of 77 ballots for the All-ACC Freshman team which was second only to Boston College’s Olivier Hanlan, a unanimous selection. T.J. Warren of N.C. State, Devin Thomas of Wake Forest and Marcus Paige of North Carolina round out the rest of the all-freshman team.