Reid, Terry Named Second-Team All-ACC

Chapel Hill, NC ----- University of North Carolina offensive guard Jeb Terry and free safety Dexter Reid have been named to the All-ACC second team. A senior from Dallas, Texas, Terry anchored an offensive line that helped Carolina rediscover its running game this season, as the Tar Heels rushed for over 150 yards per game. Reid finished the season ranked fifth in the ACC with 10.8 tackles per game.

Wide receiver Jarwarski Pollock, offensive tackle Willie McNeill and kick returner Michael Waddell were named honorable mention all-conference. Pollock set a single-season school record with 71 receptions and Waddell led the ACC with a 31.7-yard kickoff average.

2003 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL RALEIGH - The 2003 Associated Press all-ACC football team as voted on by 63 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association. NOTE: A first-team vote was worth two points and second-team vote one.

QB-Philip Rivers, N.C. State (126)
RB-Chris Douglas, Duke (103)
RB-P.J. Daniels, Georgia Tech (100)
WR-Jerricho Cotchery, N.C. State (119)
WR-Craphonso Thorpe, Florida St. (94)
TE-Heath Miller, Virginia (109)
OL-Alex Barron, Florida St. (105)
OL-Sean Locklear, N.C. State (89)
OL-C.J. Brooks, Maryland (83)
OL-Tyson Clabo, Wake Forest (82)
C-Hugh Reilly, Georgia Tech (74)
PK-Nick Novak, Maryland (83)
SP-Steve Suter, Maryland (47)

QB-Matt Schaub, Virginia (26)
RB-Chris Barclay, Wake Forest (81)
RB-Wali Lundy, Virginia (33)
WR-Jonathan Smith, Georgia Tech (67)
WR-Derrick Hamilton, Clemson (39)
TE-Jeff Dugan, Maryland (29)
OL-Mark Moroz, Wake Forest (77)
OL-Gregory Walker, Clemson (71)
OL-Elton Brown, Virginia (73)
OL- Jeb Terry, North Carolina (49)
C-David Castillo, Florida St. (42)
PK-Connor Hughes, Virginia (81)
SP-Derrick Hamilton, Clemson (44)

DL-Darnell Dockett, Florida St. (114)
DL-Eric Henderson, Georgia Tech (102)
DL-Randy Starks, Maryland (101)
DL-Matt Zielinski, Duke (82)
LB-Keyaron Fox, Georgia Tech (97)
LB-Michael Boulware, Florida St. (96)
LB-Leroy Hill, Clemson (90)
DB-James Butler, Georgia Tech (91)
DB-Stanford Samuels, Florida St. (84)
DB-Eric King, Wake Forest (69)
DB-Andre Maddox, N.C. State (64)
P-Ryan Plackemeier, Wake Forest (117)

DL-Eric Moore, Florida St. (81)
DL-Chris Canty, Virginia (72)
DL-Kevin Eli, Maryland (63)
DL-Donnell Washington, Clemson (61)
LB-D'Qwell Jackson, Maryland (65)
LB-Ryan Fowler, Duke (51)
LB-Pat Thomas, N.C. State (44)
DB- Dexter Reid, North Carolina (63)
DB-Domonique Foxworth, Maryland (59)
DB-Madieu Williams, Maryland (55)
DB-Terrell Smith, Duke (48)
P-Adam Podlesh, Maryland (49)

(20 or more points)

OFFENSE: Charlie Whitehurst, QB, Clemson (25); Jarwarski Pollock, WR, North Carolina, (26); Kevin Youngblood, WR, Clemson (22); J.P. Foschi, TE, Georgia Tech (25) T.J. Williams, TE, N.C. State (23); Matt Meinrod, OL, Florida St., (46); Cedric Johnson. OL, Clemson (21); Leroy Harris, OL, N.C. State (21); Willie McNeill, OL, North Carolina, (20); Kyle Schmitt, C, Maryland (31); Jed Paulsen, C, N.C. State (26).

DEFENSE: John McCargo, DL, N.C. State, (23); Travis Parker, DL, Georgia Tech (21); Darryl Blackstock, LB, Virginia (35); Daryl Smith, LB, Georgia Tech (31); John Leake, LB, Clemson (25); Justin Miller, DB, Clemson (45); Jamal Fudge, DB, Clemson (35); Curome Cox, DB (31), Maryland; Jerome Carter, DB, Florida St (29); Dennard Wilson, DB, Maryland (28); Jamaine Winborne, DB, Virginia (21); Michael Waddell, SP, North Carolina (41).

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