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FSU’s Tamorrion Terry, Marvin Wilson make preseason all-ACC football team

Three Miami Hurricanes also made the Clemson-heavy list
MONICA HERNDON   |   Times
Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Tamorrion Terry (15) catches a pass during the second quarter of the game at Hard Rock Stadium on October 6, 2018 in Miami, Fla. At the half, Miami was down 20 to 7.
MONICA HERNDON | Times Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Tamorrion Terry (15) catches a pass during the second quarter of the game at Hard Rock Stadium on October 6, 2018 in Miami, Fla. At the half, Miami was down 20 to 7.
Published Jul. 23, 2019

Florida State and Miami combined to put five players on the preseason all-ACC team announced Tuesday morning.

Seminoles receiver Tamorrion Terry and defensive tackle Marvin Wilson were on the list, as were Miami tight end Brevin Jordan and linebackers Shaquille Quarterman and Michael Pinckney.

Syracuse punter and Armwood High product Sterling Hofrichter was also on the team.

Related: RELATED: Sterling Hofrichter’s journey: from Seffner to Syracuse to...Sundays?

FSU running back Cam Akers didn’t make the first team —Boston College’s AJ Dillon and Clemson’s Travis Etienne were the selections — but Akers did receive one player of the year vote.

Clemson, unsurprisingly, had 13 of the 27 players on the list, led by preseason player of the year Trevor Lawrence.

Related: RELATED: FSU football picked to finish third in ACC Atlantic

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