Virginia Tech wide receiver Cam Phillips culminated his tremendous senior season on Monday afternoon, earning a spot on the first-team All ACC team from Pro Football Focus.
Phillips ended the season ranked third in the conference with 964 receiving yards and fourth with 71 receptions. He also had seven touchdowns.
Phillips was the fourth-targeted receiver in the conference as he hauled in 69-of-107 targeted passes. He dropped only two of the 71 catchable passes thrown his way, for a the third-best drop rate in the ACC at just 2.82. Dortch was just behind Phillips, having dropped only two of 55 catchable passes for the conference’s fourth-lowest drop rate of 3.64 while Harmon doubled his first season at NC State’s totals of targets (108), receptions (65) and yards (993) while bring in four touchdowns and 269 yards after the catch.
The other receivers joining Phillips on the team were N.C. State’s Kelvin Harmon and Wake Forest’s Greg Dortch.
Joining Phillips on the team from Virginia Tech was offensive guard Wyatt Teller and defensive lineman Tim Settle, linebacker Andrew Motuapuaka and kicker Joey Slye. Interior defender Ricky Walker, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and punter Greg Stroman made the second team.
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