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Reggie Jackson, Joe Trapani Earn All-ACC Basketball Honors

Congrats to Reggie Jackson and Joe Trapani for earning All-ACC basketball honors on Monday. Jackson earned All-ACC first team honors, receiving 190 of a possible 225 votes. Reggie finished the regular season averaging 18.3 points, 4.5 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game. Jackson's 18.3 a game was good for third best in the conference behind fellow first team selections Nolan Smith (21.6) and Malcolm Delaney (18.8).

Of the four other All-ACC first team selections, only Maryland's Jordan Williams is an underclassman. If Reggie decides to return for his senior year, I figure he could very well be in line for earning next year's ACC Preseason Player of the Year honors.

I hope in Reggie Jackson's All-ACC first team selection acceptance speech, he gives a shout out to Reggie's Veggies, crediting them for at least some of his success this year.

Trapani earned All-ACC Third team honors with 63 votes. Glad to see Trapani recognized in his senior year after seeing a few Tobacco Road-type ballots that left him off completely. Trapani finished the regular season averaging 14.4 points per game, good for ninth best in conference.

Finally, and something which should come as a shock to no one, BC didn't place any players on either the ACC All-Defensive Team. No ACC All-Freshman selections, either. Sorry Gabe and Danny.

A complete list of All-ACC selections after the jump (* unanimous selection).

 

All-ACC First Team
Nolan Smith, Duke (225)* 
Jordan Williams, Maryland (210)
Malcolm Delaney, Virginia Tech (202)
Kyle Singler, Duke (199)
Reggie Jackson, Boston College (190)

All-ACC Second Team
Tyler Zeller, North Carolina (161)
John Henson, North Carolina (148)
Harrison Barnes, North Carolina (145)
Iman Shumpert, Georgia Tech (132)
Jeff Allen, Virginia Tech (131)

All-ACC Third Team
Chris Singleton, Florida State (126)
Demontez Stitt, Clemson (81)
Joe Trapani, Boston College (63)
Malcolm Grant, Miami (62)
Kendall Marshall, North Carolina (45)

ACC All-Freshman Team 
Harrison Barnes, North Carolina (75)* 
Travis McKie, Wake Forest (74) 
Kendall Marshall, North Carolina (71) 
Terrell Stoglin, Maryland (62) 
CJ Leslie, N.C. State (46)

ACC All-Defensive Team 
John Henson, North Carolina (75)* 
Chris Singleton, Florida State (64) 
Iman Shumpert, Georgia Tech (60) 
Nolan Smith, Duke (26) 
Jerai Grant, Clemson (20)