Last week the writers' version of the All-ACC team was released.
On Wednesday, the Atlantic Coast Conference released the coaches' All-ACC team.
Quarterback Brad Kaaya was voted Rookie of the Year and Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Center Shane McDermott and running back Duke Johnson were voted on the first-team offense.
Receiver Phillip Dorsett, tight end Clive Walford (one of 3 finalists for Mackey Award, won by Nick O'Leary of FSU) and tackle Ereck Flowers were voted to the second-team offense.
Linebacker Denzel Perryman, who "very narrowly" got "edged" out by UCLA's Eric Kendricks for the Butkus Award announced yesterday, was a first-team defensive player.
And defensive end Anthony Chickillo got voted to the third team, as did punter Justin Vogel.
Honorable mentions were DT Olsen Pierre, CB Artie burns and S Deon Bush.
Coaches were not allowed to vote for their own players, and ballots were worth three points for each first-team selection, two points for each second-team and one point for each third-team.
Twenty-three of the 26 first-team selections to the Coaches' team were also first-team selections to the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association All-ACC team.
Interesting difference: The coaches voted senior center Shane McDermott as a first-teamer.
The writers didn't vote McDermott on any team.
Also: The writers had Brad Kaaya an honorable mention QB (as well as Rookie of the Year and Offensive Rookie of the Year). The coaches voted Kaaya as Rookie of the Year and Offensive Rookie of the Year, but didn't include him at all on the individual teams.
The coaches had punter Justin Vogel on the third team All-ACC. The writers had him as an honorable mention.
The coaches had defensive end Anthony Chickillo as a third-team All-ACC. The writers had Chick an honorable mention.
Finally, the coaches had cornerback Artie Burns as an honorable mention, while the writers did not include him.
SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN