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UNC Basketball: Joel Berry and Luke Maye on All-ACC First Team

Theo Pinson joins as an Honorable Mention.

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Congratulations are in order for a trio of Tar Heels.

The 2018 ACC honors were announced on Sunday in the lead up to the tournament and both Joel Berry and Luke Maye from UNC were named to the All-ACC First Team. It’s Berry’s second honor as All-ACC, and his first time on the first team. For Maye, this is his first honor, and caps off an improbable season where fans would have been thrilled with even a mention on this team. As what would be expected when Maye joins the first team, he also won Most Improved in the conference.

Theo Pinson couldn’t quite join the top fifteen, but did snag an honorable mention. It’s a recognition of the all-around impact that Pinson had to the team, even if the numbers he put up weren’t enough to get onto one of the teams.

It’s the first time since 2012 that UNC has had more than one player on the first team, an increasingly difficult task to pull off in a fifteen team league (h/t to RL Bynum for that info).

In a shock to no one who saw him play last night, Duke’s Marvin Bagley took down the Player of the Year honor. Luke Maye came in third behind BC’s Jerome Robinson.

Virginia’s Tony Bennett took down the mantle of Coach of the Year after leading his Cavaliers to a 17-1 regular season and outright ACC regular season title.

It should also surprise no one that no Tar Heels made the All-ACC defensive team nor the rookie team. Here are the awards and totals, via the ACC

2018 Atlantic Coast Conference Post-Season Honors

All-ACCFirst Team

Marvin Bagley III, Duke, 280*

Jerome Robinson, Boston College, 273

Luke Maye, North Carolina, 246

Joel Berry II, North Carolina, 223

Kyle Guy, Virginia, 168

Second Team

Tyus Battle, Syracuse, 159

Marcquise Reed, Clemson, 143

Devon Hall, Virginia, 129

Wendell Carter, Jr., Duke, 126

Justin Robinson, Virginia Tech, 123

Third Team

Grayson Allen, Duke, 119

Matt Farrell, Notre Dame, 89

Ty Jerome, Virginia, 67

Josh Okogie, Georgia Tech, 57

Omer Yurtseven, NC State, 54

Honorable Mention

Deng Adel, Louisville, 51

Ky Bowman, Boston College, 37

Lonnie Walker, Miami (FL), 30

Bryant Crawford, Wake Forest, 23

Markell Johnson, NC State, 21

Ray Spalding, Louisville, 19

Allerik Freeman, NC State, 18

Theo Pinson, North Carolina, 14

Terance Mann, Florida State, 12

Gabe DeVoe, Clemson, 12

All-Freshman Team

Marvin Bagley III, Duke, 57*

Wendell Carter, Jr., Duke, 56

Lonnie Walker, Miami, 51

De’Andre Hunter, Virginia, 33

Oshae Brissett, Syracuse, 33

All-Defensive Team

Isaiah Wilkins, Virginia, 49

Anas Mahmoud, Louisville, 37

Elijah Thomas, Clemson, 34

Devon Hall, Virginia, 32

Ben Lammers, Georgia Tech, 25

Player of the Year

Marvin Bagley III, Duke, 37

Jerome Robinson, Boston College, 14

Luke Maye, North Carolina, 5

Devon Hall, Virginia, 1

Rookie of the Year

Marvin Bagley III, Duke, 56

De’Andre Hunter, Virginia, 1

Coach of the Year

Tony Bennett, Virginia, 47

Brad Brownell, Clemson, 8

Kevin Keatts, NC State, 2

Defensive Player of the Year

Isaiah Wilkins, Virginia, 42

Anas Mahmoud, Louisville, 7

Elijah Thomas, Clemson, 3

Devin Wilson, Virginia Tech, 2

Jack Salt, Virginia, 1

Rex Pflueger, Notre Dame, 1

Wendell Carter Jr., Duke, 1

Most Improved Player

Luke Maye, North Carolina, 26

Frank Howard, Syracuse, 5

Omer Yurtseven, NC State, 5

Martinas Geben, Notre Dame, 5

Doral Moore, Wake Forest, 5

Kyle Guy, Virginia, 3

Marcquise Reed, Clemson, 3

Phil Cofer, Florida State, 2

Dewan Huell, Miami, 2

Ty Jerome, Virginia, 1

Sixth Man of the Year

De’Andre Hunter, Virginia, 39

Chris Clarke, Virginia Tech, 7

Chris Lykes, Miami, 5

Keyshawn Woods, Wake Forest, 3

Trent Forrest, Florida State, 2

Marques Bolden, Duke, 1