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The ACC announced its all-conference teams today. Maryland's Alex Len was named to the league's all-defensive team and earned honorable mention All-ACC honors. No Terp was named to the first, second, third or freshman teams.
This is the first time since 2008-09 that the Terps haven't placed a player on the all-freshman team. Jordan Williams, Terrell Stoglin and Nick Faust earned all-freshman honors the past three seasons.
Here's the full rundown ...
2012-2013 ALL-ACC FRESHMAN TEAM
Olivier Hanlan -- Boston College
Rasheed Sulaimon -- Duke
T.J. Warren -- NC State
Devin Thomas -- Wake Forest
Marcus Paige -- North Carolina
ALL-ACC DEFENSIVE TEAM
Shane Larkin -- Miami
Daniel Miller -- Georgia Tech
Durand Scott -- Miami
Alex Len -- Maryland
Jontel Evans -- Virginia
ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM
Mason Plumlee -- Duke
Erick Green -- Virginia Tech
Shane Larkin -- Miami
Joe Harris -- Virginia
Richard Howell -- NC State
ALL-ACC SECOND TEAM
Seth Curry -- Duke
Kenny Kadji -- Miami
Lorenzo Brown -- NC State
Reggie Bullock -- North Carolina
James Michael McAdoo -- North Carolina
ALL-ACC THIRD TEAM
Michael Snaer -- Florida State
C.J. Leslie -- NC State
Ryan Anderson -- Boston College
Quinn Cook -- Duke
Devin Booker -- Clemson
Akil Mitchell Virginia
Durand Scott (Miami), P.J. Hairston (UNC), C.J. Harris and Travis McKie (Wake Forest), Ryan Kelly (Duke), Olivier Hanlan (Boston College) and Alex Len (Maryland).
i believe it was Alex "Lin" that made honorable mention according to the press release
I would love to hear from anyone who thinks any player from MD deserved to be on any of these teams. If you think please explain. Personally I don't think anyone deserved to be on any of these lists. Now if there was a list of most under-achieving or most disappointing now those lists would be littered with TERPS.
This post was edited by ravens205 13 months ago
The players should be embarassed individually and collectively. If they have any heart or pride they'll work their asses off over the summer.....or probably not.
Exactly how many conference games did he play? 3?
"When you have good kids, it's easier to recruit good kids. When you have a bunch of turds, it's easier to recruit turds."
Kind of disheartening not to see anyone on the All-Frosh team.
especially when we have four freshman that we relied on and had every opportunity to play themselves onto it.
Some of it has to do with minutes per game (not having a set line-up). SA (mostly due to no PG) was the closest to NF in minutes played as a Frosh. NF's minutes are actually down a bit from last season. I am ok with our Frosh class.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by sabreterp 13 months ago
It is because we are young and inexperienced unlike the other freshman.
You are a broken record. Our frosh class is pretty damn good!
McAdoo over Snaer is BS
but ACC gonna ACC
Dear God, I just noticed McAdoo. He's barely even GOOD, let alone top ten best in the league. He's basically Jamar Smith.
He shoots so many contested fade away jumpers... it's disgusting
Per Twitter, Erick Green voted ACC POY. Shane Larkin second in voting and Plumelee third.
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