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Atlantic Coast Conference Football Individual Awards

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 Year

Player of the Year

Rookie of the Year

Offensive Player of the Year

Defensive Player of the Year

Offensive Rookie of the Year

Defensive Rookie of the Year

Brian Piccolo Award

  • 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: Al Richardson, LB, Georgia Tech[8]
  • 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[9]
  • 2016: James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh
  • 2017: Trevon Young, DE/OLB, Louisville
  • 2018: Greg Dortch, WR, Wake Forest[10]
  • 2019: Richard Yeargin, DE, Boston College[11]

50th anniversary team

References

  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 2018.
  3. ^ "Louisville's Satterfield Voted ACC Coach of the Year". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. December 3, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  4. ^ a b c d "Clemson's Etienne Voted ACC Player of the Year". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. November 28, 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ a b c "Clemson's Etienne and Simmons Earn ACC Player of the Year Honors". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. December 3, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  6. ^ a b "Tigers' Lawrence Named ACC Rookie of the Year". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. November 27, 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ a b c "Howell, Rousseau Named ACC Rookies of the Year". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. December 3, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  8. ^ The Atlanta Constitution, 1/23/1980, page 2-D
  9. ^ "Miami's Knighton Named Winner Of Brian Piccolo Award". August 17, 2016. Archived from the original on October 7, 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  10. ^ "Wake Forest's Dortch Earns Brian Piccolo Award". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. November 28, 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  11. ^ "Boston College's Yeargin Earns Brian Piccolo Award". theacc.com. The Atlantic Coast Conference. December 2, 2019. Retrieved 2019.

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