The All-ACC Teams were announced, and BC had seven players honored among the three teams, as well as a couple of honorable mentions. Sevend tied for third most in the conference behind Clemson and
Unsurprisingly, Zay Flowers and Hunter Long topped the lists. Zay Flowers was one of the three wide receivers named to the first team offense. 892 and nine touchdowns with 56 catches were good for third in the conference. Hunter Long was the top tight end in the conference, of course leading the country in receptions (57) and yards (685) for a tight end.
Along the offensive line, Eagles appeared on all three teams and nearly swept. Center Alec Lindstrom rapped up the first team offense for BC. Ben Petrula made the ACC second-team, and Zion Johnson picked up third team honors. Tyler Vrabel also received honorable mention.
On defense, the BC linebacking corps saw their names honored as well. Isaiah McDuffie was named to the second-team defense, while Max Richardson was named to the third team. Cornerback Josh DeBerry made strides this season and also received honorable mention with 20 or more votes.
Congratulations to All!