Skip to main content

ACC Football 2020 All-Conference Team

Trevor Lawrence, Clemson Tigers Football

Trevor Lawrence, Clemson Tigers Football

The 2020 All-ACC team is led by 14 selections from Clemson, with Virginia Tech up next with 13 picks. Pitt is the only other program with double-digit selections, but North Carolina is close behind with nine, while Virginia, NC State, Florida State and Boston College each feature eight picks on the 2020 All-ACC squad.

Athlon Sports has released its top 25 for 2020Now, it’s time to take a look at the best of the best and honor the top players in the league with a release of first, second, third and fourth all-conference teams for 2020.

An important note on the all-conference teams: These are based on how players will perform in 2020. Career statistics and awards matter in the evaluation, but choosing players for the 2020 all-conference team is largely based on predicting and projecting the best for the upcoming year.

ACC Football 2020 All-Conference Team

First-Team Offense  

QB       Trevor Lawrence, Clemson

RB       Travis Etienne, Clemson

RB       Javian Hawkins, Louisville

AP       Tutu Atwell, Louisville

WR      Sage Surratt, Wake Forest

WR      Tamorrion Terry, Florida State
WR      Justyn Ross, Clemson (out for year due to injury)

TE       Brevin Jordan, Miami

C          Jimmy Morrissey, Pitt

OL       Jackson Carman, Clemson

OL       Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech

OL       Ben Petrula, Boston College

OL       Tyler Vrabel, Boston College

First-Team Defense 

DL       Gregory Rousseau, Miami

DL       Carlos Basham, Wake Forest

DL       Jalen Twyman, Pitt

DL       Marvin Wilson, Florida State

LB        Rayshard Ashby, Virginia Tech

LB        Chazz Surratt, North Carolina

LB        James Skalski, Clemson

CB       Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech

CB       Asante Samuel, Florida State

S          Paris Ford, Pitt

S          Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State

First-Team Specialists          

K         Nick Sciba, Wake Forest

P          Oscar Bradburn, Virginia Tech

KR       Damond Philyaw-Johnson, Duke

PR       Tayvion Robinson, Virginia Tech

Second-Team Offense   

QB       Sam Howell, North Carolina

RB       David Bailey, Boston College

RB       Michael Carter, North Carolina

AP       Dyami Brown, North Carolina

WR      Dazz Newsome, North Carolina

WR      Amari Rodgers, Clemson

TE       Noah Gray, Duke

C          Alec Lindstrom, Boston College

OL       Ikem Ekwonu, NC State

OL       Jordan McFadden, Clemson

OL       Zion Johnson, Boston College

OL       Lecitus Smith, Virginia Tech

Second-Team Defense         

DL       Quincy Roche, Miami

DL       Tyler Davis, Clemson

DL       Chris Rumph, Duke

DL       Patrick Jones, Pitt

LB        Max Richardson, Boston College

LB        Charles Snowden, Virginia

LB        David Curry, Georgia Tech

CB       Derion Kendrick, Clemson

CB       Jermaine Waller, Virginia Tech

S          Damar Hamlin, Pitt

S          Andre Cisco, Syracuse

Second-Team Specialists     

K         Andre Szmyt, Syracuse

P          Trenton Gill, NC State

KR       Hassan Hall, Louisville

PR       Thayer Thomas, NC State

Third-Team Offense

QB       D'Eriq King, Miami

RB       Jordan Mason, Georgia Tech

RB       Jashaun Corbin, Florida State

AP       Deon Jackson, Duke

WR      Tre Turner, Virginia Tech

WR      Terrell Jana, Virginia

TE       Hunter Long, Boston College

C          Olusegun Oluwatimi, Virginia

OL       Joe Sculthorpe, NC State

OL       Zach Tom, Wake Forest

OL       Bryce Hargrove, Pitt

OL       Jordan Tucker, North Carolina

Third-Team Defense   

DL       Xavier Thomas, Clemson

DL       Rashad Weaver, Pitt

DL       Alim McNeill, NC State

DL       Victor Dimukeje, Duke

LB        Noah Taylor, Virginia

LB        Zach McCloud, Miami

LB        Zane Zandier, Virginia

CB       Tre Swilling, Georgia Tech

CB       Damarri Mathis, Pitt

S          Joey Blount, Virginia

S          Nasir Greer, Wake Forest

Third-Team Specialists        

K         Christopher Dunn, NC State

P          Pressley Harvin III, Georgia Tech

KR       Travis Levy, Boston College

PR       Amari Rodgers, Clemson

Fourth-Team Offense 

QB       Micale Cunningham, Louisville

RB       Javonte Williams, North Carolina

RB       Cam'Ron Harris, Miami