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Trevor Lacey voted second-team All-ACC; BeeJay Anya earns pair of honors

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The media's picks for all-conference honors were announced on Sunday afternoon, and NC State's Trevor Lacey received the ninth-highest vote total, putting him on the second team. Jahlil Okafor won both rookie of the year and ACC player of the year, and was joined by Jerian Grant, Malcolm Brogdon, Olivier Hanlan, and Rakeem Christmas on the first team.

The full voting results, via the ACC:

2014-15 ACSMA All-ACC Teams
(First place votes in parenthesis, followed by total points)

First Team All-ACC
Jahlil Okafor, Fr., Duke (64)                    320
Jerian Grant, Sr., Notre Dame (64)          320
Rakeem Christmas, Gr. Syracuse (51)       294
Malcolm Brogdon, Jr., Virginia (53)          293
Olivier Hanlan, Jr., Boston College (29)    246

Second Team All-ACC
Montrezl Harrell, Jr., Louisville (21)         220
Quinn Cook, Sr., Duke (23)                     219
Terry Rozier, So., Louisville (2)                154
Trevor Lacey, Jr., NC State (2)                123
Justin Anderson, Jr., Virginia (5)             106

Third Team All-ACC
Marcus Paige, Jr., North Carolina (4)         97
Tyus Jones, Fr., Duke (2)                          89
Pat Connaughton, Sr., Notre Dame            45
Anthony Gill, Jr., Virginia                         42
Brice Johnson, Jr., North Carolina             40

Honorable Mention
Jamel Artis, So., Pittsburgh                      33
Tonye Jekiri, Jr., Miami                            32
London Perrantes, So., Virginia                 31
Sheldon McClellan, Jr., Miami                    31
Justise Winslow, Fr., Duke                        29
Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Fr., Florida State      24
Michael Young, So., Pittsburgh                  14
Angel Rodriguez, Jr., Miami                      13
Codi Miller-McIntyre, Jr., Wake Forest        12
Kennedy Meeks, So.,North Carolina           10

BeeJay Anya got enough votes to land him on the all-defense team, and he was also voted the league's sixth man of the year. Tony Bennett won coach of the year honors in a runaway, with Mike Brey, Coach K, and Mark Gottfried also receiving votes. Virginia's Darion Atkins took home defensive player of the year honors, while Rakeem Christmas was named the league's most improved player.

The coaches have a separate vote for these honors--the results will be released on Monday.