Kickoff: Photo Gallery - ACC's Best Meet the Media

<B>GREENSBORO, N.C. --</b> With over 200 media members on hand for player interviews, several of the ACC's brightest stars fielded questions regarding the 2004 season.

NC State Wide Receiver Tramain Hall attracted several writers at the ACC Kickoff.

NC State Cornerback Lamont Reid was all business while meeting with the media.

Florida State Linebacker A.J. Nicholson enters his first season as a starter for the Seminoles.

Florida State Wide Receiver Craphonso Thorpe may be the league's best wideout.

Wake Forest Wide Reciever Jason Anderson feels NC State will have a strong team in 2004.

Wake Forest Defensive Back Eric King will lead the Deacon defense.

Clemson Linebacker Leroy Hill was a first-team All-ACC selection in 2003.

Clemson Quarterback Charlie Whitehurst might be the ACC's top returning passer in 2004.

Virginia Defensive Lineman Chris Canty will anchor the Cavalier's 3-4 defense.

Virginia Offensive Lineman Elton Brown has received preseason All-American honors from several publications.

Virginia Tech Quarterback Bryan Randall enters the fall as the leader of the Hokies.

Virginia Tech Safety Vince Fuller had a strong 2003 season.

Maryland Cornerback Dominique Foxworth was first-team All-ACC as a junior.

Maryland Offensive Lineman C.J. Brooks seemed confident about the season during his interviews.

Georgia Tech Safety James Butler was an All-ACC selection in 2003.

Georgia Tech Wide Receiver Nate Curry had a strong game against NC State last season.

North Carolina Quarterback Darian Durant will lead what should be a potent offense in Chapel Hill.

North Carolina Defensive Tackle Chase Page believes the UNC defense will be better in 2004.

Duke Defensive End Philip Alexander was a terror for opposing offenses in 2003.

Duke Running Back Cedric Dargan looks to replace Alex Wade and Chris Douglas.

Miami Quarterback Brock Berlin believes he can rebound from what some reporters considered a subpar junior season.


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