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All-ACC Teams Announced

Posted Monday, March 8, 2004

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UNC's Rashad McCants got 91 of 93 first-team votes by members of the media, one more than N.C. State's Julius Hodge. The swingmen were joined on the first team by three guards, Florida State's Tim Pickett, Duke's Chris Duhon and Wake Forest's Justin Gray.

Voting was done by position until 1975. At the time, the ACC was loaded with centers, and media members felt picking by position was unfair to the talented big men.

Here are the All-ACC teams, with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:

2003/04 All-ACC Team

FIRST TEAM
Rashad McCants, UNC
F/G, 6-4, so.
(91) 277 points
19.9 ppg,
48.7% FG shooting

Julius Hodge, NCSU
F/G, 6-6, jr.
(90) 276 points
18.1 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 50.9% FG shooting

Tim Pickett, FSU
G, 6-4, sr.
(77) 264 points
16.3 ppg, 2.5 steals, 42.1% 3-pt. FG

Chris Duhon, Duke
G, 6-1, sr.
(72) 252 points
10.1 ppg, 6.3 apg, 2.3 steals

Justin Gray, Wake
G, 6-2, so.
(56) 236 points
17.3 ppg,
3.0 apg

SECOND TEAM
G J.J. Redick, Duke (44) 220
G B.J. Elder, Georgia Tech (21) 197
F/C Marcus Melvin, N.C. State (1) 157
F/C Sean May, UNC (2) 140
F Shelden Williams, Duke (6) 125

THIRD TEAM
G Chris Paul, Wake Forest (0) 124
G Raymond Felton, UNC (2) 115
F Luol Deng, Duke (2) 111
G John Gilchrist, Maryland (0) 78
G Jarrett Jack, Georgia Tech (1) 69

HONORABLE MENTION (15 or more pts.): Elton Brown, Virginia, 49; Daniel Ewing, Duke, 19; Devin Smith, Virginia, 17

 
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