Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Duke leads Academic All-ACC selections

Duke still is trying to build a consistent winner on the field after two seasons under David Cutcliffe, but there's no doubt the Blue Devils remain strong in the classroom.

With 11 selections, Duke leads all ACC schools in players named to the ACC All-Academic Team, which was announced Wednesday morning. Linebacker Vincent Rey and wide receiver Johnny Williams were some of the on-field standouts selected.

Duke also leads the conference with 33 ACC All-Academic selections over the past five years.

Clemson was next with seven honorees. N.C. State's three All-Academic selections included quarterback Russell Wilson, who led the ACC with 31 touchdown passes last season. North Carolina and Wake Forest each had one All-Academic selection.

In order to be selected to the team, players had to have maintained a 3.0 grade-point average during the previous season and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 over their entire academic career.

The complete list of All-Academic picks is here: http://www.theacc.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/021710aaa.html

Ken Tysiac

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Anonymous said...

This is interesting. All of the crowing by UNC folks about the high academic standards of their University, and how they select only an elite group of student athletes (who would never qualify at an SEC school), they get ONE player on the all conference team. Wow.