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Eight Syracuse football players earn All-ACC honors

Eight Syracuse football players earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors on Tuesday, following its first winning season since 2018.

Here are the players that were honored:

Oronde Gadsden: First Team Tight End

Sean Tucker: Second Team Running Back, Third Team All-Purpose

Matthew Bergeron: Second Team Offensive Line

Mikel Jones: Third Team Linebacker

Ja’Had Carter: Honorable Mention Defensive Back

Duce Chestnut: Honorable Mention Defensive Back

Marlowe Wax: Honorable Mention Linebacker

Garrett Williams: Honorable Mention Defensive Back


2022 All-ACC Football Teams
 
First-Team All-ACC
Offense
QB – Drake Maye, North Carolina, 177
RB – Israel Abanikanda, Pitt, 187
RB – Will Shipley, Clemson, 164
WR – Zay Flowers, Boston College, 184
WR – Josh Downs, North Carolina, 184
WR – A.T. Perry, Wake Forest, 167
TE – Oronde Gadsden II, Syracuse, 127
AP – Will Shipley, Clemson, 166
OT – Jordan McFadden, Clemson, 159
OT – Graham Barton, Duke, 132
OG – Dillan Gibbons, Florida State, 131
OG – Chandler Zavala, NC State, 119 (tie)
OG – Marcus Minor, Pitt, 119 (tie)
C – Grant Gibson, NC State, 132
 
Defense
DE – Jared Verse, Florida State, 163
DE – Myles Murphy, Clemson, 112
DT – Calijah Kancey, Pitt, 160
DT – Tyler Davis, Clemson, 116
LB – Cedric Gray, North Carolina, 128
LB – Yasir Abdullah, Louisville, 116
LB – SirVocea Dennis, Pitt, 116
CB – Aydan White, NC State, 117
CB – Anthony Johnson, Virginia, 84
S – Kam Kinchens, Miami, 139
S – Jammie Robinson, Florida State, 129
 
Specialists
PK – Christopher Dunn, NC State, 177
P – Lou Hedley, Miami, 133
SP – Will Shipley, Clemson, 131
 
Second-Team All-ACC
Offense
QB – Jordan Travis, Florida State, 98
RB – Sean Tucker, Syracuse, 140
RB – Trey Benson, Florida State, 137
WR – Jared Wayne, Pitt, 114
WR – Tyler Hudson, Louisville, 109
WR – Johnny Wilson, Florida State, 81
TE – Will Mallory, Miami, 94
AP – Josh Downs, North Carolina, 81
OT – Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse, 114
OT – Robert Scott, Florida State, 69
OG – Sean Maginn, Wake Forest, 88
OG – Caleb Chandler, Louisville, 81
C – Bryan Hudson, Louisville, 57
 
Defense
DE – K.J. Henry, Clemson, 80
DE – Donovan Ezeiruaku, Boston College, 75
DT – DeWayne Carter, Duke, 95
DT – Bryan Bresee, Clemson, 61
LB – Drake Thomas, NC State, 108
LB – Nick Jackson, Virginia, 75
LB – Ayinde Eley, Georgia Tech, 70
CB – Fentrell Cypress, Virginia, 69
CB – Storm Duck, North Carolina, 65
S – Tanner Ingle, NC State, 91
S – Erick Hallett II, Pitt, 83
 
Specialists
PK – B.T. Potter, Clemson, 86
P – Daniel Sparks, Virginia, 97
SP – M.J. Devonshire, Pitt, 89
  
Third-Team All-ACC
Offense
QB – Sam Hartman, Wake Forest, 82
RB – Henry Parrish, Jr., Miami, 49
RB – Justice Ellison, Wake Forest, 38
WR – Jalon Calhoun, Duke, 68
WR – Antoine Green, North Carolina, 56
WR – Keytaon Thompson, Virginia, 50
TE – Davis Allen, Clemson, 52
AP – Sean Tucker, Syracuse, 64
OT – Matt Goncalves, Pitt, 66
OT – Asim Richards, North Carolina, 62
OG – D’Mitri Emmanuel, Florida State, 57
OG – Jake Kradel, Pitt, 50
C – Will Putnam, Clemson, 51
 
Defense
DE – Yaya Diaby, Louisville, 65
DE – Keion White, Georgia Tech, 44
DT – Kobie Turner, Wake Forest, 53
DT – Cory Durden, NC State, 44
LB – Charlie Thomas, Georgia Tech, 63
LB – Trenton Simpson, Clemson, 58
LB – Mikel Jones, Syracuse, 55
CB – Kei’Trel Clark, Louisville, 64
CB – Tyrique Stevenson, Miami, 42
S – Darius Joiner, Duke, 63
S – LaMiles Brooks, Georgia Tech, 47
 
Specialists
PK – James Turner, Louisville, 72
P – Ben Kiernan, North Carolina, 53
SP – Jalon Calhoun, Duke, 74
 
Honorable-Mention All-ACC
QB – Riley Leonard, Duke, 22
RB – Treshaun Ward, Florida State, 31
RB – Tiyon Evans, Louisville, 30
WR -Thayer Thomas, NC State, 43
WR – Nate McCollum, Georgia Tech, 37
WR – Kaleb Smith, Virginia Tech, 22
WR – Jahmal Banks, Wake Forest, 21
WR – Antonio Williams, Clemson, 15
TE- Bryson Nesbit, North Carolina, 44
TE – Marshon Ford, Louisville, 27
AP – Jalon Calhoun, Duke, 32
AP – Hassan Hall, Georgia Tech, 18
OT – DeVonte Gordon, Wake Forest, 38
OT – Renato Brown, Louisville, 32
OT – DJ Scaife, Jr., Miami, 31
OT – Timothy McKay, NC State, 30
OT – Silas Dzansi, Virginia Tech, 21
OG – Walker Parks, Clemson, 48
OG – Marcus Tate, Clemson, 38
OG – Loic Ngassam Nya, Wake Forest, 19
OG – Jalen Rivers, Miami, 16
C – Michael Jurgens, Wake Forest, 44
C – Corey Gaynor, North Carolina, 26
C – Maurice Smith, Florida State, 25
C – Jacob Monk, Duke, 25
C – Jake Kradel, Pitt, 21
DE – TyJuan Garbutt, Virginia Tech, 38
DE – Akheem Mesidor, Miami, 36
DE – Chico Bennett, Virginia, 35
DE – Jasheen Davis, Wake Forest, 21
DE – Deslin Alexandre, Pitt, 19
DE – Rondell Bothroyd, Wake Forest, 17
DT – Fabien Lovett, Florida State, 36
DT – Leonard Taylor III, Miami, 34
DT – Aaron Faumui, Virginia, 22
DT – Ruke Orhorhoro, Clemson, 18
DT – Robert Cooper, Florida State, 17
DT – Chibueze Onwuka, Boston College, 16
DT – Ashton Gillotte, Louisville, 15
LB – Jeremiah Trotter Jr., Clemson, 51
LB – Isaiah Moore, NC State, 48
LB – Ryan Smenda, Jr., Wake Forest, 45
LB – Barrett Carter, Clemson, 36
LB – Shaka Heyward, Duke, 34
LB – Payton Wilson, NC State, 25
LB – Dax Hollifield, Virginia Tech, 22
LB – Momo Sanogo, Louisville, 20
LB – Tatum Bethune, Florida State, 19
LB – Power Echols, North Carolina, 17
LB – Marlowe Wax, Syracuse, 16
LB – Vinny DePalma, Boston College, 15
CB – Duce Chestnut, Syracuse, 39
CB – Elijah Jones, Boston College, 37
CB – M.J. Devonshire, Pitt, 33
CB – Zamari Walton, Georgia Tech, 27
CB – Garrett Williams, Syracuse, 26
CB – Marquis Williams, Pitt, 26
CB – Sheridan Jones, Clemson, 25
CB – Renardo Green, Florida State, 24
CB – Nate Wiggins, Clemson, 24
CB – Josh DeBerry, Boston College, 23
CB – Mansoor Delane, Virginia Tech, 19
CB – Tyler Baker-Williams, NC State, 17
S – Brandon Hill, Pitt, 37
S – Andrew Mukuba, Clemson, 34
S – Ja’Had Carter, Syracuse, 33
S – Jaiden Woodbey, Boston College, 25
S – Brandon Johnson, Duke, 22
S – Jalyn Phillips, Clemson, 17
PK – Andres Borregales, Miami, 17
P – Mark Vassett, Louisville, 45
P – Porter Wilson, Duke, 16
SP – Mycah Pittman, Florida State, 59
SP – Tucker Holloway, Virginia Tech, 26



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