Georgia Tech's Wright, Hokies' Young claim ACC's top honors
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GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) The Atlantic Coast Conference on Monday named Georgia Tech senior Moses Wright its player of the year and Virginia Tech's Mike Young as its coach of the year.
The 6-foot-9 Wright ranks third in the league in both scoring (18.0) and rebounding (8.1) and helped the Yellow Jackets (15-8, 11-6 ACC) win their last six regular season game and earn a fourth-place finish in the regular season.
Wright is joined on the All-ACC First Team by Carlik Jones of Louisville, Justin Champagnie of Pittsburgh, ACC scoring leader Matthew Hurt of Duke and Sam Hauser of regular-season champion Virginia.
The awards are the result of voting by the league's 15 head coaches and 60 members of the media.
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Updated March 8, 2021