Boston College junior guard Reggie Jackson has been named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference First Team on Monday. Jackson averaged 18.3 points, 4.5 assists, 4.3 rebounds and 1.1 steals in 30 games this season.
Jackson, who received 190 points, is joined on the first team by Duke Blue Devils guard Nolan Smith (225 points), Maryland Terrapins forward Jordan Williams (210 points), Virginia Tech guard Malcolm Delaney (202 points) and Duke forward Kyle Singler (199 points).
While Jackson did not lead the league in any statistical category, he ranked fifth or higher in seven categories. Jackson was third in the ACC in scoring behind Smith (21.6 PPG) and Delaney (18.8 PPG) and ranked fourth in field goal percentage (49.7%). In addition, Jackson was third in assists (4.5 APG), fifth in free throw percentage (81.3%), third in three-point percentage (42.7%), fifth in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.1) and fourth in minutes played (33.8 MPG).
Eagles senior forward Joe Trapani was named to the All-ACC Third Team after averaging 14.3 points and 7.4 rebounds while shooting 40.9% from the field in 30 games this season. Trapani is ninth in the ACC in scoring and ranks seventh in rebounding. In addition, Trapani ranked sixth with 5.3 defensive boards per contest.
Here's a look at the complete list of the 2011 ACC College basketball awards, as provided by the ACC website.
All-ACC First Team
Nolan Smith, Duke (225)
Jordan Williams, Maryland (210)
Malcolm Delaney, Virginia Tech (202)
Kyle Singler, Duke (199)
Reggie Jackson, Boston College (190)
All-ACC Second Team
Tyler Zeller, North Carolina (161)
John Henson, North Carolina (148)
Harrison Barnes, North Carolina (145)
Iman Shumpert, Georgia Tech (132)
Jeff Allen, Virginia Tech (131)
All-ACC Third Team
Chris Singleton, Florida State (126)
Demontez Stitt, Clemson (81)
Joe Trapani, Boston College (63)
Malcolm Grant, Miami (62)
Kendall Marshall, North Carolina (45)
ACC All-Freshman Team
Harrison Barnes, North Carolina (75)
Travis McKie, Wake Forest (74)
Kendall Marshall, North Carolina (71)
Terrell Stoglin, Maryland (62)
C.J. Leslie, N.C. State (46)
ACC All-Defensive Team
John Henson, North Carolina (75)
Chris Singleton, Florida State (64)
Iman Shumpert, Georgia Tech (60)
Nolan Smith, Duke (26)
Jerai Grant, Clemson (20)