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Duke’s Kennard dominates midseason All-ACC voting

 

As we sit at the midpoint of ACC play, the picture for 2016-17 All-ACC selections is coming into focus. If the season ended today, here is how the ACCSports.com team would vote:

 

Mark Carroll

First team

Luke Kennard, Duke

Bonzie Colson, Notre Dame

John Collins, Wake Forest

Jamel Artis, Pittsburgh

Justin Jackson, North Carolina

 

Second team

Ben Lammers, Georgia Tech

Donovan Mitchell, Louisville

Michael Young, Pittsburgh

Joel Berry, North Carolina

Jaron Blossomgame, Clemson

 

Third team

Dennis Smith Jr., NC State

Dwayne Bacon, Florida State

London Perrantes, Virginia

Tyler Lydon, Syracuse

Jonathan Isaac, Florida State

 

 

Brian Geisinger

First team

Luke Kennard, Duke

Justin Jackson, North Carolina

John Collins, Wake Forest

Bonzie Colson, Notre Dame

Joel Berry, North Carolina

 

Second team

Dennis Smith Jr., NC State

Donovan Mitchell, Louisville

Dwayne Bacon, Florida State

Jamel Artis, Pittsburgh

Jaron Blossomgame, Clemson

 

Third team

London Perrantes, Virginia

Amile Jefferson, Duke

Michael Young, Pittsburgh

Ben Lammers, Georgia Tech

Jonathan Isaac, Florida State

 

 

David Glenn

First team

Luke Kennard, Duke

Bonzie Colson, Notre Dame

Justin Jackson, North Carolina

Donovan Mitchell, Louisville

Dennis Smith Jr, NC State

 

Second team

Tyler Lydon, Syracuse

Jaron Blossomgame, Clemson

Joel Berry, North Carolina

London Perrantes, Virginia

Ben Lammers, Georgia Tech

 

Third team

Dwayne Bacon, Florida State

Jamel Artis, Pittsburgh

John Collins, Wake Forest

Amile Jefferson, Duke

Jonathan Isaac, Florida State

How did the fans vote?

 

Over the weekend, we asked you — the fans — to submit your own votes. The results:

 

First team

Luke Kennard, Duke

Dennis Smith Jr., NC State

Justin Jackson, North Carolina

Joel Berry, North Carolina

Jamel Artis, Pittsburgh

 

Second team

Dwayne Bacon, Florida State

Donovan Mitchell, Louisville

London Perrantes, Virginia

John Collins, Wake Forest

Bonzie Colson, Notre Dame

 

Third team

Ben Lammers, Georgia Tech

Grayson Allen, Duke

Matt Farrell, Notre Dame

Josh Okogie, Georgia Tech

Jaron Blossomgame, Clemson