Wilson, a 6-3, 320-pound senior from Britton, Mich., graded out a team-high 91 percent while playing 76 total snaps. The offensive guard helped open holes for Douglas' 218-yard performance while the Blue Devil offense rushed for a team total of 253 yards. Wilson also helped the Duke offense average 6.3 yards per play and was instrumental in Duke's red zone offense. The Blue Devils entered the game converting just 60 percent of their red zone opportunities into scores, but responded against Georgia Tech with three touchdowns and one field goal in their four chances.
Other award winners from the conference were Clemson's Leroy Hill (Defensive Line), Clemson's Tye Hill (Defensive Back), North Carolina's Michael Waddell (Specialist) and North Carolina's Ronnie McGill (Rookie).