Fuller named ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year

Chris Coleman, TechSideline.com, on December 3, 2013
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Kendall Fuller has been named ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year.  Fuller was one of seven freshmen to receive votes.

Kendall Fuller , VT: 25 votes
DeVon Edwards, Duke: 18 votes
Brandon Facyson , VT: 7 votes
Ryan Janvion, Wake: 5 votes
William Likely, Maryland: 4 votes
Nate Andrews, FSU: 4 votes
Jalen Ramsey, FSU: 2 votes

Fuller finished fifth in the nation with six interceptions as a true freshman.  He defended a total of 16 passes this season, and he also finished with 2.5 TFL and 0.5 sacks.

A total of seven Virginia Tech players were named to the All-ACC team on Monday.

Derrick Hopkins , DT: Second team, 73 total votes
Jack Tyler , LB: Second team, 93 total votes
Kendall Fuller , CB: Second team, 91 total votes
A.J. Hughes, P: Second team, 79 total votes
Luther Maddy , DT: Third team, 56 votes
Kyle Fuller , CB: Third team, 58 votes
Brandon Facyson , CB: Third team, 53 votes

Andrew Miller, David Wang, James Gayle and Kyhshoen Jarrett were Honorable Mention All-ACC.

 


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