Deebo Coleman Named All-Academic Team ACC Men’s Basketball – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Greensboro, North Carolina Georgia Tech freshman guard Dallan “Deebo” Coleman The 2021-22 men’s basketball team has been selected from the ACC Academic men’s team, the conference announced Tuesday. The team is made up of 37 student-athletes, including at least one from each of the 15 conference programmes.

Excellent in Class In addition to making a notice of a solid future on the basketball court, Coleman earned a 3.61 GPA in his first year in business. The goalkeeper played 6-6 from Memphis, Tennessee in 31 games, starting with five, and averaged nearly 24 minutes for the yellow jackets in 2021-22. Coleman tied 41.3 percent of his three-point attempts and averaged 6.2 points per game overall. He averaged 6.3 points and achieved 36 percent of a three-point span in ACC Games.

Coleman has doubled the number of points in seven games, including a season high of 19 against Lamar on November 15, three times in conference games, and a record high of 15 in Miami on February 9.

The minimum academic requirement for selection into the ACC academic team is 3.0 points average for the previous semester and 3.0 cumulative average during the individual’s academic life. Sports achievements during the final season are also taken into account when selecting the All-ACC academic team.

Justin Motts of Virginia Tech is the recipient of the 2022 Skip Prosser Award, which is given annually to the top athletic researcher in ACC men’s basketball. He was honored March 9 prior to the Hawkeyes’ game against Clemson at the New York Live ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament.

The ACC Honor Roll, which recognizes all Athletic Conference students with a 3.0 GPA for the current academic year, will be released in July.

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

Name, school, position, degree, specialty

  • Previn Galloway, Boston College, J., Jr. Sports management
  • David Collins, Clemson, traction, sports driving
  • Nick Honor, Clemson, G, Jr., Communications
  • Hunter Tyson #, Clemson, J, Sr., Sports Driving
  • Mark Williams, Duke, C, then, unspoken
  • Matthew Cleveland, Florida, GI, Sr., Criminology
  • Anthony Bullitt, Florida State, gran, athletic training
  • Dallan (Deebo) Coleman, Georgia Tech, F. Fr., Business
  • Sydney Curry, Louisville, F, Jr., Sport Administration
  • Dre Davis^, Louisville, G/F, So. Sports management
  • Noah Locke, Louisville, J., Sr., Sports Management
  • Jarrod West, Louisville, J., Jr. , Master of Business Administration
  • Charlie Moore, Miami, 6th grade, MA in International Management
  • Sam Wardenburg, Miami, Ph, 6, MA in Liberal Studies
  • Armando Bacote, North Carolina, F/C, Jr., Exercise and Sports Science – Sports Management.
  • Bryon Bass, NC State, J., Sr., Department of Sports
  • Paul Atkinson, Notre Dame, F, Gr., Master of Science in Finance
  • Nate Laszewski, Notre Dame, F, Sr., Management Consulting
  • Cormac Ryan, Notre Dame, Jl, Sr., Management Consulting
  • Jamarius Burton, Pitt, G, Sr. Communication: Rhet & Comm
  • Onibuchi Izikudo, Pete, Ji, Father, Bioengineering
  • William Jeffress^, PItt, F, So, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
  • Femi Odukale^, Pitt, G, So, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
  • Buddy Boheim, Syracuse, J., Sr., Communications and Communication Studies
  • Jimmy Boheim^ Syracuse, F, Gr., Education
  • Joseph Gerard III^, Syracuse, J., Jr., Sports and Human Dynamics
  • Cole Swider, Syracuse, F, Sr., Communication and Communication Studies
  • Jayden Gardner, Virginia, P, Sr. Youth and Social Innovation
  • Caden Shedrick, Virginia, P, SO, TRADE
  • Nahim Allen #, Virginia Tech, Gee, Jr., Human Development
  • How Aluma, Virginia Tech, Ph, Sr., Sociology
  • Hunter Cattoor^, Virginia Tech, G, Jr., Human Development
  • Storm Murphy, Virginia Tech, G, Gr., Agriculture and Life Sciences; Leadership Studies (Master)
  • Justyn Mutts^, Virginia Tech, F, Gr., Curriculum & Instruction; Educational Psychology (Master)
  • Jake LaRavia, Wake Forest, F, Jr., Communications
  • Dallas Walton, Wake Forest, C/F, Gr. liberal studies,
  • Alonds-Williams, Wake Forest, J., Jr. , unpublished

^ Honor twice, #honor three times

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