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Coaches ALL ACC Includes 9 Hurricanes

Denzel Perryman nets 1st team honors

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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Nine Miami Hurricanes were selected to the 2013 All-ACC Football team by the league’s 14 head coaches, the ACC announced Wednesday.

Miami’s first- and second-team All-ACC selections mirrored those selections made by ACSMA last week. Junior LB Denzel Perryman and graduate P Pat O’Donnell were both named to the first team. Sophomore RB Duke Johnson, senior WR Allen Hurns and senior OG Brandon Linder were named to the second team.

Senior QB Stephen Morris, a third-team All-ACC selection by ACSMA, was named to the coaches’ All-ACC third team and was joined by senior OT Seantrel Henderson, junior C Shane McDermott and freshman specialist Stacy Coley. Henderson, McDermott and Coley were All-ACC honorable mention by ACSMA.

Perryman, who has started all 12 games at linebacker, leads the Hurricanes defense with 104 total tackles – 65 solo stops – along with 5.0 tackles for loss. Perryman, who was honorable mention All-ACC by ACSMA and the league’s coaches in 2012, has tallied 10+ tackles in six games this season.

O’Donnell  ranks third nationally with a 47.3 yards-per-punt average, which leads the ACC by nearly 3.0 yards per kick. O’Donnell has 20 punts of 50+ yards to his credit and 17 that have landed inside the opponents’ 20-yard line.

Despite missing the last four games of the season with a fractured ankle, Johnson collected second-team All-ACC honors after rushing for 920 yards and six TDs. He was averaging 115.0 rushing yards per game before his season-ending injury. He averaged 174.1 all-purpose yards per contest.

Hurns is currently enjoying one of the greatest receiving seasons in program history. The senior leads Miami in both receptions (60) and receiving yards (1,138). He is only the fourth player with a 1,000-yard receiving season in school history and 19 yards shy of breaking the school single-season receiving yards mark. Currently, Hurns ranks seventh in Miami history in both career receptions (119) and career receiving yards (1,867) and eighth in career receiving TDs (14).

Linder, a preseason All-ACC selection, helped anchor Miami’s offensive line that paved the way for the Hurricanes to average 446.8 yards of total offense and 35.9 points per game. Miami’s offense scored 40+ points five times in 2013.

Miami’s four third-team selections were led by Morris, who has thrown for 2,868 yards and 21 TDs through 12 games. For the second straight season, Morris has posted four 300-yard passing games. The Miami native ranks third all-time in Miami history with 7,736 passing yards and 49 passing TDs. Morris is the only QB this season to throw a 50+ yard pass in nine different games.

Joining Morris on the third team were Henderson and McDermott, who were part of an offensive line that allowed only 13 sacks in 12 games – tied for the fewest in the ACC. Coley is the only FBS player this season to score a TD four ways: rushing, receiving, punt return and kick return.

No. 25 Miami (9-3) will play No. 18/16 Louisville (11-1) in the 2013 Russell Athletic Bowl on Dec. 28 in Orlando. Tickets, which are priced at $77 and $82, can be purchased through the UM Ticket Office online at, in-person at BankUnited Center (M-F 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.) or by phone at 1-800-GO-CANES.

Miami is also hosting BankUnited #CanesFest Family Friday Bowl Practice from 5-7 p.m. Friday at Cobb Stadium. Admission is free. Sebastian the Ibis, Miami cheerleaders and the Sunsations will be at practice. Bounce houses will be on site for the kids, who can also take their photo with Santa. The Hurricanes will also be collecting toys for "Toys For Tots". Fans in attendance will also have the chance to purchase Russell Athletic Bowl tickets.

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LB – Denzel Perryman, Jr. (30)

P - Pat O’Donnell, Gr. (31)


RB – Duke Johnson, So. (27)

WR – Allen Hurns, Sr. (17)
G – Brandon Linder, Sr. (19)


QB – Stephen Morris, Sr. (11)

OT – Seantrel Henderson, Sr. (15)

C – Shane McDermott, Jr. (9)

SP – Stacy Coley, Fr. (10)

Full ALL ACC Lists:

2013 ACC Coaches All-ACC Football Team

(Voting points in Parentheses)

First Team


QB—Jameis Winston, Fr.-R, Florida State (39)

RB—Andre Williams, Sr., Boston College (39)

RB—Devonte Freeman, Jr., Florida State (28)

WR—Sammy Watkins, Jr., Clemson (39)

WR—Rashad Greene, Jr., Florida State (31)

WR—Jamison Crowder, Jr., Duke (31)

TE—Eric Ebron, Jr., North Carolina (38)

T—Cameron Erving, Jr.-R, Florida State (31)

T—Brandon Thomas, Sr.-R, Clemson (23)

G—Laken Tomlinson, Jr.-R, Duke (26)

G—Tre’ Jackson, Jr., Florida State (23)

C—Bryan Stork, Sr.-R, Florida State (38)


DE—Vic Beasley, Jr., Clemson (35)

DE—Jeremiah Attaochu, Sr., Georgia Tech (29)

DT—Aaron Donald, Sr., Pitt (35)

DT—Timmy Jernigan, Jr., Florida State (33)

LB—Telvin Smith, Sr., Florida State (37)

LB—Denzel Perryman, Jr., Miami (30)

LB—Kevin Pierre-Louis, Sr., Boston College (28)

CB—Lamarcus Joyner, Sr., Florida State (38)

CB—Kyle Fuller, Sr., Virginia Tech (32)

S—Terrence Brooks, Sr., Florida State (33)

S—Anthony Harris, Jr., Virginia (22)

Special Teams

PK—Roberto Aguayo, Fr.-R, Florida State (28)

P—Pat O’Donnell, Sr.-R, Miami (31)

SP—Jamison Crowder, Jr., Duke (27)

Second Team


QB—Tajh Boyd, Sr.-R, Clemson (27)

RB—Duke Johnson, So., Miami (27)

RB—Kevin Parks, Jr., Virginia (18)

WR—Kelvin Benjamin, So.-R, Florida State (22)

WR—Michael Campanaro, Sr., Wake Forest (20)

WR—Allen Hurns, Sr., Miami (17)

TE—Nick O’Leary. Jr., Florida State (27)

T—Morgan Moses, Sr., Virginia (22)

T (Tie)—Matt Patchan, Sr.-R, Boston College (21)

T (Tie)—James Hurst, Sr., North Carolina (21)

G—Brandon Linder, Sr., Miami (19)

G (Tie)—Josue Matias, Jr., Florida State (15)

G (Tie)—Andrew Miller, Sr.-R, Virginia Tech (15)

C—Macky MacPherson, Sr., Syracuse (10)


DE—Kareem Martin, Sr., North Carolina

DE (Tie)—Kenny Anunike, Sr.-R, Duke (15)

DE (Tie)—Kasim Edebali, Sr.-R, Boston College (15)

DT—Nikita Whitlock, Sr., Wake Forest (30)

DT—Derrick Hopkins, Sr., Virginia Tech (16)

LB—Christian Jones, Sr., Florida State (26)

LB—Jack Tyler, Sr.-R, Virginia Tech (25)

LB—Kelby Brown, Jr.-R, Duke (17)

CB—Ross Cockrell, Sr.-R, Duke (21)

CB—Kendall Fuller, Fr., Virginia Tech (18)
S—Jeremy Cash, So.-R, Duke (21)

S—Tre Boston, Sr., North Carolina (21)

Special Teams

PK—Nate Freese, Sr., Boston College (22)

P—A.J. Hughes, So., Virginia Tech (19)

SP—Ryan Switzer, Fr., North Carolina (25)

Third Team


QB—Stephen Morris, Sr., Miami (11)

RB—Jerome Smith, Jr., Syracuse (13)

RB—Roderick McDowell, Sr.-R, Clemson (13)

WR—Kenny Shaw, Sr., Florida State (16)

WR—Tyler Boyd, Fr., Pitt (16)

WR—Alex Amidon, Sr., Boston College (14)

TE—Braxton Deaver, Jr., Duke (8)

T—Seantrel Henderson, Sr., Miami (15)

T—Perry Simmons, Sr.-R, Duke (11)

G—Tyler Shatley, Sr.-R, Clemson (14)

G—Shaquille Mason, Jr., Georgia Tech (13)

C—Shane McDermott, Jr., Miami (9)


DE—James Gayle, Sr.-R, Virginia Tech (13)

DE—Mario Edwards Jr., So. Florida State (12)

DT—Luther Maddy, Jr., Virginia Tech (14)

DT—Jay Bromley, Sr., Syracuse (11)

LB—Spencer Shuey, Sr.-R, Clemson (12)

LB—Stephone Anthony, Jr., Clemson (11)

LB—Marquis Spruill, Sr., Syracuse (11)

CB—Bashaud Breeland, Jr.-R, Clemson (11)

CB—Kevin Johnson, Jr.-R, Wake Forest (9)

S—Kyshoen Jarrett, Jr., Virginia Tech (15)

S—Durell Eskridge, So., Syracuse (9)

Special Teams

PK—Chandler Catanzaro, Sr.-R, Clemson (15)

P—Will Monday, So.-R, Duke (14)

SP—Stacy Coley, Fr., Miami (10)

Honorable Mention

(8 points or higher)

Offense: RB—David Sims, Sr.-R, Georgia Tech (9); WR—Martavis Bryant, Jr., Clemson (13); WR—Devin Street, Pitt (13); Stefon Diggs, So., Maryland (8); C—David Wang, Jr.-R, Virginia Tech (8); T—Ian White, Sr.-R, Boston College (10); Bobby Hart, Jr., Florida State (8).

Defense: DE--J.R. Collins, Sr.-R, Virginia Tech, (11); Corey Crawford, Jr., Clemson (8);  DT—Grady Jarrett, Jr., Clemson (9); LB—Steele Divitto, Sr.-R, Boston College (10); Marcus Whitfield, Sr.-R, Maryland (8); CB—Jabari Price, Sr., North Carolina (8).

Special Teams: PK—Niklas Sade, Jr., NC State (12).

Offensive Player of the Year

Jameis Winston, Fr.-R, Florida State (12); Andre Williams, Sr., Boston College (2)

Defensive Player of the Year

Aaron Donald, Sr., Pitt (7); Vic Beasley, Jr. Clemson (3); Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State (3); Nikita Whitlock, Sr., Wake Forest (1)

Player of the Year

Jameis Winston, Fr.-R, Florida State (10); Andre Williams, RB, Boston College (4).

Offensive Rookie of the Year

Jameis Winston, Fr.-R, Florida State (13), Tyler Boyd, Fr., Pitt (1)

Defensive Rookie of the Year

Kendall Fuller, Fr., Virginia Tech (8); Brandon Facyson, Fr., Virginia Tech (2); Nate Andrews, CB, Fr., Florida State (1); DeVon Edwards, CB, Fr.-R, Duke (1); Jalen Ramsey, S, Fr., Florida State (1); Ryan Janvion, SS, Fr.-R, Wake Forest (1).

Rookie of the Year

Jameis Winston, QB, Fr.-R, Florida State (11); Tyler Boyd, WR, Fr., Pitt (1); Kendall Fuller, CB, Fr., Virginia Tech (1); Ryan Janvion, SS, Fr.-R, Wake Forest  (1).

Coach of the Year

David Cutcliffe, Duke (11); Jimbo Fisher, Florida State (3).