Give Grundy his due

A NC State player has played well enough to have a chance to be on the all ACC first team. The drought has been long, as Todd Fuller was the last Wolfpacker to make the cut in 1996. The writers have begun to question why NC State has been successful this year. They are starting to point fingers right at Anthony Grundy.

by Matt Lail

NC State has not placed a player on the All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team since big man Todd Fuller earned a spot back in 1996. That could change this season -- if things continue to fall correctly for the Pack.

Senior guard Anthony Grundy, who has not made either the first, second or third team during his tenure in Raleigh, could be destined for first-team glory this season, and he's getting support from some unlikely places.

"I really like Grundy. I think nationally he's not given enough attention because of some of the other players in our league," said Maryland coach Gary Williams. "Obviously, Herb [Sendek]'s done a good job to make Grundy the leader of that team." Read More...

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