Seven Georgia Tech players made the All-ACC football team that was announced on Monday.
Five players on offense and two on defense were honored. Six of those players made the first team in a vote conducted by 40 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
Quarterback Josh Nesbitt, B-back Jonathan Dwyer, wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, center Sean Bedford and guard Cord Howard were honored on the offensive side of the ball.
They helped the Jackets lead the ACC in scoring (35 points per game), total offense (440.5 ypg), rushing offense (305 ypg) and pass efficiency (160.7 rating).
Defensive end Derrick Morgan was honored on the other side for his 12.5 sacks. Safety Morgan Burnett made the second team
Clemson, Tech’s opponent in the ACC championship game on Saturday, had three players on the first team: C.J. Spiller, Atlanta native and tight end Michael Palmer, and safety DeAndre McDaniel.
QB–Josh Nesbitt, Georgia Tech (50)