• 79°

Colelge Football: ACC Preseason Picks

Associated Press
GREENSBORO ó Reigning player of the year Jonathan Dwyer and rookie of the year Russell Wilson headline the all-Atlantic Coast Conference preseason team.
The ACC on Wednesday announced the 24 selections as determined by a vote of 44 media members who attended the league’s media days earlier in the week.
Dwyer had a league-best 41 votes, and the Georgia Tech running back is attempting to become the ACC’s first two-time player of the year since 1992-93. Last season, Wilson was the first freshman named quarterback of the all-ACC team.
Preseason favorite Virginia Tech placed four players on the team. Three teams ó North Carolina, Georgia Tech and Clemson ó had three selections. Two of the Tigers’ picks went to C.J. Spiller, honored as a running back and kick returner.

Comments

Comments closed.

Business

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College unveils tenants, training partners at Advanced Technology Center

Crime

Blotter: Salisbury man charged with drug, assault crimes

Local

City of Salisbury to resume normal operations, return to in-person council meetings

Local

Dreams of flight become reality at ASCEND summer camp

Local

Base salary for SPD officers increases to nearly $42,000 next week

News

‘He loved people:’ Larry Ford leaves behind legacy of legal achievement, community service

Local

Statewide pickleball tournament at Catawba College in September expected to draw hundreds of visitors

Local

Resources still available for those dealing with lingering impacts of pandemic

Education

Shoutouts: Misenheimer completes master’s degree in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College

Education

State expands Principal of the Year to charter schools

High School

All-county baseball team: Norris Award winner Honeycutt made the most of a dozen games

Education

Partners in learning raises $3.2 million for new facility

Education

Tar Heel Boys State creates miniature government at Catawba College

News

NC medical marijuana legalization gets hearing in Senate

News

N. Carolina bill ending extra $300 benefits heads to Cooper

Coronavirus

New COVID-19 positives in Rowan at lowest point since start of pandemic

Education

Rowan Wild’s animal camp makes a comeback at Dan Nicholas Park

Coronavirus

Health officials say financial incentives helped vaccination rates; lottery drawing today

Granite Quarry

Granite Quarry adopts budget that keeps tax rate flat

Business

Airport Advisory committee endorses plans for expansion at Mid-Carolina Regional

China Grove

China Grove will celebrate 40th Farmers Day with week full of festivities

Sports

Pistons win in NBA draft lottery; Hornets will get 11th pick

Crime

Officers in Locust arrest drivers who tried to flee; one was on motorcycle reported stolen from Rowan

News

Panel OKs NC Senate budget bill; Dems pan policy provisions