The Yellow Jackets will face Atlantic Division champion Clemson, with the winner Led UV Nail Lamp advancing to the Orange Bowl. Spiller, Clemson (62)RB-Montel Harris, Boston College (39)WR-Torrey Smith, Maryland (25)WR-Jacoby Ford, Clemson (24)TE-Greg Boone, Virginia Tech (16)*OT-Ed Wang (Stone Bridge), Virginia Tech (31)OT-Chris Hairston, Clemson (26)OG-Thomas Austin, Clemson (39)OG-Sergio Render, Virginia Tech (37)C-Matt Tennant, Boston College (29)K-Casey Barth, North Carolina (21)*K-Will Snyderwine (Landon), Duke (21)Spc-Torrey Smith, Maryland (17)» DefenseDE-Patrick Sapp, Clemson (29)DE-Willie Young, NC State (24)DE-Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech (24)*DT-Marvin Austin (Ballou), North Carolina (32)DT-John Russell.

Wake Forest (29)LB-Vincent Rey, Duke (29)LB-Darryl Sharpton, Miami (21)LB-Bruce Carter, North Carolina (17)LB-Colin McCarthy, Miami (17)LB-Dekoda Watson, Florida State (17)CB-Ras-I Dowling, Virginia (26)CB-Patrick Robinson, Florida State (26)S-Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech (51)S-Kam Chancellor, Virginia Tech (24)P-Matt Bosher, Miami (37)bold = area college; * = played at area high schoolThe 12th-ranked Yellow Jackets placed five offensive players, and six players overall, on the all-ACC team announced Monday after a vote conducted by 40 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.

Virginia Tech freshman Ryan Williams (Stonewall Jackson High) was one of four Hokies on the first team.J.Boston College was the only other school with multiple first-team selections, offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo and freshman linebacker Luke Kuechly, the league’s leading tacklerh).9 all-purpose yards and returned four kickoffs for touchdowns.Six area prep players voted to first or second team RALEIGH, N. The only school with no first-team selections was Wake Forest, and defensive tackle John Russell was the Demon Deacons’ lone second-team honoree.