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AP: Five Pack Players Named First-Team All-ACC

December 4, 2018
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RALEIGH, N.C. – The NC State football team had five individuals named to the All-ACC first-team by the Associated Press, with another two members named to the second-team.
 
The Wolfpack offense had four members named to the first-team: QB Ryan Finley, WR Kelvin Harmon, C Garrett Bradbury and OT Tyler Jones.
 
Finley ranks fifth nationally in passing yards (315.8), and 10th in completion percentage (.679) - leading the ACC in both categories. Harmon finished with over 1,000 yards receiving for the second straight season, and he leads the ACC and ranks 12th nationally with 98.8 yards per game.
 
The Pack's O-Line, the Band of Brothers, has a pair of first-team selections in Bradbury (a Rimington finalist) and Jones. NC State leads the ACC and ranks third nationally giving up only nine sacks in 2018. The Wolfpack offensive line has paved the way for three straight 1,000-yard rushers, only the second time in school history (1976-78).
 
On defense, LB Germaine Pratt was also a first-team selection. He ranks second in the ACC with 9.45 tackles per game.
 
Honored on the second-team were WR Jakobi Meyers and PK Christopher Dunn.
 
Meyers was the second Pack wide receiver to go over 1,000 yards this season, only the fourth time in ACC history a school had two in the same season. Meyers is second in the conference averaging 93.5 yards per game, a mark that is 17th nationally.
 
Dunn, a true freshman, is tied for the ACC lead, and ranks ninth nationally, converting 21-of-24 (.875) field goals. The 21 made field goals is a new NC State single-season record. Dunn was also second in the ACC with 113 points, second-best among kickers.

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