The Atlantic Coast Conference handed out its yearly awards at the ACC Night of Legends in Charlotte this past weekend and the Florida State Seminoles took home plenty of hardware.
Most of the awards had already been announced in the week leading up to the ACC Championship Game, but on Friday the players were on hand to pick up their awards.
Left Tackle Cameron Erving won the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, presented annually to the conference's top blocker. Erving was the first Seminole to win the award since Rodney Hudson won it in 2009 and 2010.
The big winner was Jameis Winston though.
Winston won the ACC Offensive Rookie of the year, ACC Rookie of the year, ACC Offensive Player of the year and ACC Player of the year.
Duke head coach David Cutcliffe won the ACC Coach of the year for taking Duke 10-2 and winning to Coastal division.
Here's a quick video highlight courtesy of Seminoles.com:
(Photo courtesy of Seminoles.com)
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