Cat Barber earned first-team All-ACC honors from the league's voting media members. Barber was the only NC State player to receive votes. (Abdul-Malik Abu probably deserved an honorable-mention nod, but I can't quibble otherwise.) Malcolm Brogdon is the ACC's Player of the Year, and he along with Brice Johnson were both unanimous first-team selections.
All-Atlantic Coast Conference
Brice Johnson, Sr., North Carolina
Malcolm Brogdon, Sr., Virginia
Cat Barber, Jr., NC State
Grayson Allen, So., Duke
Jaron Blossomgame, Jr., Clemson
Michael Gbinije, Sr., Syracuse
Sheldon McClellan, Sr., Miami
Demetrius Jackson, Jr., Notre Dame
Brandon Ingram, Fr., Duke
Damion Lee, Sr., Louisville
Marcus Georges-Hunt, Sr., Georgia Tech
Anthony Gill, Sr., Virginia
Zach Auguste, Sr., Notre Dame
Michael Young, Jr., Pittsburgh
Angel Rodriguez, Sr., Miami
They got the first team right, but I got some major problems with the other two teams. I will spare both you and myself a rant, because I care about how we spend our time and would not like to waste it.
Brandon Ingram is the Freshman of the Year, and Jim Larranaga won the Coach of the Year nod. NC State does not have a player on the All-Defensive team, and Maverick Rowan didn't make the All-Freshman team. The complete results are here.