Four Florida State players were honored by the ACC for their performances against South Florida.
Offensive Back: Running Back Dalvin Cook
Cook ran the football 30 times for 266 yards and 3 touchdowns on Saturday. He became the school's second best all time single game rusher with his performance and is one step closer to tying Warrick Dunn's record for consecutive 100-yard games at 6. It was the most rushing yards by a running back in the ACC since 2013 and he became the first running back to rush for over 200 yards since 1988.
Offensive Lineman: Left Tackle Roderick Johnson
Johnson helped pave the way for Cook's exceptional rushing day. Johnson has been the Seminoles best offensive lineman through the first two games and could be making a case to be a member of the All-ACC first team and an All-American.
Co-Defensive Back: Cornerback Jalen Ramsey
Ramsey had an exceptional game on Saturday with a three of incredible pass break ups. Ramsey helped the defense hold South Florida to 125 yards passing, almost none of which was to his side of the field. He shared the award with Syracuse's Julian Whigham.
Specialist: Kicker Roberto Aguayo
It wasn't a big day for Aguayo, with just two field goals, but he made all four of his extra points. Those extra points helped him set the record for consecutive extra points made in the ACC with 161. Aguayo is a perfect 3/3 on field goals this season.