Maryland forward Jordan Williams was voted to the all-ACC first team.
The sophomore, who led the ACC in rebounding (11.6) and ranked sixth in scoring (16.9), was joined in the first team by Duke’s Nolan Smith and Kyle Singler. Virginia Tech’s Malcolm Delaney and Boston College’s Reggie Jackson.
Williams received 210 of a possible 225 points. Only Smith, who was announced as a unanimous selection, received more.
It is the second straight year Maryland has had a first-team all-conference pick; guard Greivis Vasquez was last season’s player of the year.
Virginia Tech forward Jeff Allen, who was second in rebounding (10.0) and 13th in scoring (13.8), was named to the second team.
Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin was named to the all-freshman team. He received 62 points, behind only North Carolina’s Kendall Marshall and Harrison Barnes and Wake Forest’s Travis McKie.
Stoglin enters the ACC tournament averaging 11.6 points and 3.3 assists for Maryland (18-13). He is the first Terraoin guard to be named to the all-freshman team since Steve Blake (2000), and just the second since Johnny Rhodes (1993).