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Deebo Coleman Named to ACC All-Academic Team

Greensboro, N.C. – Georgia Tech freshman guard Dallan “Deebo” Coleman has been named to the 2021-22 All-ACC Academic Men’s Basketball team, the conference announced Tuesday. The team is comprised of 37 student-athletes, with at least one from each of the conference’s 15 programs.

Excellent in the classroom as well as serving notice of a strong future on the basketball court, Coleman carried a 3.61 GPA in his first year in business administration. The 6-6 guard from Memphis, Tenn., played in 31 games, starting five, and averaged nearly 24 minutes for the Yellow Jackets in 2021-22. Coleman connected on 41.3 percent of his three-point attempts and averaged 6.2 points per game overall. He averaged 6.3 points and hit 36 percent from three-point range in ACC games.

Coleman reached double figures in points in seven games, including a season-high of 19 points against Lamar on Nov. 15, and three times in conference games, posting a high of 15 at Miami on Feb. 9.

Minimum academic requirements for selection to the All-ACC Academic Team are a 3.0 grade point average for the previous semester and a 3.0 cumulative average during one’s academic career. Athletic achievements during the most recent season are also considered in selecting the All-ACC Academic Team.

Virginia Tech’s Justyn Mutts was named the 2022 recipient of the Skip Prosser Award, presented annually to the top scholar-athlete in ACC men’s basketball. He was honored on March 9 prior to the Hokies’ game against Clemson in the New York Life ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament.

The ACC Honor Roll, which recognizes all conference student-athletes with a grade point average of 3.0 for the current academic year, will be released in July.

2021-22 All-ACC Academic Men’s Basketball Team                

Name, School, Position, Class, Major                                     

  • Brevin Galloway, Boston College, G, Gr., Sports Administration
  • David Collins, Clemson, G, Gr., Athletic Leadership
  • Nick Honor^, Clemson, G, Jr., Communications
  • Hunter Tyson#, Clemson, G, Sr., Athletic Leadership
  • Mark Williams^, Duke, C, So., Undeclared
  • Matthew Cleveland, Florida State, G, Fr., Criminology
  • Anthony Polite, Florida State, G, Gr., Athletic Coaching
  • Dallan (Deebo) Coleman, Georgia Tech, F. Fr., Business
  • Sydney Curry, Louisville, F, Jr., Sport Administration
  • Dre Davis^, Louisville, G/F, So., Sport Administration
  • Noah Locke, Louisville, G, Sr., Sport Administration
  • Jarrod West, Louisville, G, Gr., MBA
  • Charlie Moore, Miami, G, 6th, Master’s in International Administration
  • Sam Waardenburg, Miami, F, 6th, Master’s in Liberal Studies
  • Armando Bacot, North Carolina, F/C, Jr., Exercise and Sport Science – Sport Admin.
  • Breon Pass, NC State, G, Fr., Sport Management
  • Paul Atkinson, Notre Dame, F, Gr., Master’s of Science in Finance
  • Nate Laszewski, Notre Dame, F, Sr., Management Consulting
  • Cormac Ryan, Notre Dame, G, Sr., Management Consulting
  • Jamarius Burton, Pitt, G, Sr., Communication: Rhet & Comm
  • Onyebuchi Ezeakudo, Pitt, G, Sr., Bioengineering
  • William Jeffress^, PItt, F, So., Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences
  • Femi Odukale^, Pitt, G, So., Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences
  • Buddy Boeheim, Syracuse, G, Sr., Communication and Rhetorical Studies
  • Jimmy Boeheim^, Syracuse, F, Gr., Education
  • Joseph Girard III^, Syracuse, G, Jr., Sport and Human Dynamics
  • Cole Swider, Syracuse, F, Sr., Communication and Rhetorical Studies
  • Jayden Gardner, Virginia, F, Sr., Youth and Social Innovation
  • Kadin Shedrick, Virginia, F, So., Commerce
  • Nahiem Alleyne#, Virginia Tech, G, Jr., Human Development
  • Keve Aluma, Virginia Tech, F, Sr., Sociology
  • Hunter Cattoor^, Virginia Tech, G, Jr., Human Development
  • Storm Murphy, Virginia Tech, G, Gr., Agriculture & Life Sciences; Leadership Studies (Master’s)
  • Justyn Mutts^, Virginia Tech, F, Gr., Curriculum & Instruction; Educational Psychology (Master’s)
  • Jake LaRavia, Wake Forest, F, Jr., Communication
  • Dallas Walton, Wake Forest, C/F, Gr., Liberal Studies
  • Alondes Williams, Wake Forest, G, Gr., Undeclared

^Two-time honoree,  #Three-time honoree


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