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ACC lands five on preseason all-American team

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    4 de novembro de 2018 23:58:05 ART

    ESPN released its all-American team this week and the ACC was represented by five players Surprisingly, no players from Clemson or Georgia Tech made the cut, while the only Florida State player on the team was a kicker. Pitt wide receiver Tyler Boyd, North Carolina offensive guard Landon Turner, Duke safety Jeremy Cash, Virginia Tech corner Kendall Fuller and FSU kicker Roberto Aguayo were each selected by ESPN, who only made a first-team all-American list.Here is what ESPN had to say about the ACC starsArticle continues below ...Tyler Boyd Last season, oyd joined Larry Fitzgerald as the only players in school history to rack up more than 1,000 yards receiving twice. He finished 2014 with 78 catches for 1,261 yards and eight touchdowns. Landon Turner urner goes into his fourth season as a starter at right guard for the Tar Heels and is hoping to build on the momentum he gained last season, when he graded out at 87 percent. He had five games with 10 or more knockdown blocks.eremy Cash ash returns as the leader of the Duke secondary, having made a huge impact after he transferred from Ohio State. Last season, he was the only defensive back with 100 or more tackles, 10 or more tackles for loss and five or more sacks.endall Fuller uller has followed in the footsteps of his brothers at Virginia Tech and earned his reputation as a shutdown cornerback. In 2014, he tied for the ACC lead with 17 passes defended, despite playing all season with a broken wrist.oberto Aguayo n two seasons, Aguayo has scored 293 points and missed just four field goals . Aguayo already holds the single-season NCAA and ACC records for points by a kicker , which he set in 2013.