Devin Wilson named to All-ACC Academic Team

Virginia Tech guard Devin Wilson has been named to the 2018 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Men’s Basketball team, as announced Wednesday by Commissioner John Swofford.

To be eligible for consideration, a student-athlete must have earned a 3.00 grade point average for the previous semester and maintained a 3.00 cumulative average during his academic career.

Wilson, a redshirt senior from McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, earns the honor for the third time in his career. He was also selected in 2015 and 2016. Wilson earned his degree in political science and is currently working towards a second degree in English.

Wilson is one of 30 players named to this year’s team. North Carolina’s Luke Maye was named the recipient of the league’s 2018 Skip Prosser Award, given annually to the top scholar-athlete in ACC men’s basketball. It is named in memory of Wake Forest head basketball coach George Edward “Skip” Prosser, who passed away on July 26, 2007.

Duke’s Grayson Allen earned a spot on the honors team for a fourth-straight year while Maye, Louisville’ Deng Adel and Raymond Spalding, Clemson’s Gabe DeVoe, Notre Dame’s Rex Pflueger and Wilson were named for a third time.

2018 All-ACC Academic Men’s Basketball Team

Player Class, School Hometown Major

Deng Adel Jr., Louisville Melbourne, Australia Sports Administration

Brandon Alston Gr. Georgia Tech Vienna, Va. Economics

Grayson Allen Sr. Duke Jacksonville, Fla. Psychology

Marvin Bagley III Fr. Duke Phoenix, Ariz. Undeclared

Tyus Battle So. Syracuse Edison, N.J. Info. Management & Tech.

Marcus Carr Fr. Pittsburgh Toronto, Ont., Canada Arts & Sciences

Marek Dolezaj Fr. Syracuse Bratislava, Slovakia Undeclared

Braxton Beverly Fr. NC State Hazard, Ky. Sport Management

Khameron Davis Fr. Pittsburgh Denver, Colo. Arts & Sciences

Gabe DeVoe Sr. Clemson Shelby, N.C. Marketing

Trent Forrest So. Florida State Chipley, Fla. Sport Management

Allerik Freeman Gr. NC State Charlotte, N.C. Youth & Family Comm. Services

Devon Hall Gr. Virginia Virginia Beach, Va. Higher Education

Sam Hunt Gr. NC State Greensboro, N.C. Youth & Family Comm. Services

Nigel Johnson Gr. Virginia Ashburn, Va. Higher Education

Chris Lykes Fr. Miami Mitchellville, Md. Undeclared

Mfinodu Kabengele Fr. Florida State Burlington Canada International Affairs

V.J. King So. Louisville Cleveland, Ohio Sports Administration

Luke Maye Jr. North Carolina Huntersville, N.C. Business Administration

Jordan Nwora Fr. Louisville Buffalo, N.Y. Exercise Science

Rex Pflueger Jr. Notre Dame Dana Point, Calif. Marketing

Ray Spalding Jr. Louisville Louisville, Ky. Communications

Shamiel Stevenson Fr. Pittsburgh Toronto, Ont., Canada Arts & Sciences

Parker Stewart Fr. Pittsburgh Union City, Tenn. Arts & Sciences

Elijah Thomas Jr. Clemson Dallas, Texas Parks, Recreation & Tourism

Dejan Vasiljevic So. Miami Melbrourne, Australia Management

Lonnie Walker IV Fr. Miami Reading, Pa. Undeclared

Devin Wilson Sr. Virginia Tech McKees Rocks, Pa. Political Science

Jared Wilson-Frame Jr. Pittsburgh Hartford, Conn. Social Sciences

Keyshawn Woods Sr. Wake Forest Gastonia, N.C. Communications

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