Miami linebacker Denzel Perryman and punter Pat O'Donnell headlined a group of six Hurricanes players named to this year's All-ACC teams.
Both were first-team selections after Perryman finished the regular season with a team-high 104 tackles, including 65 solo stops, and O'Donnell finished among national leaders with his 47.3 yards-per-punt average.
Running back Duke Johnson, who was lost for the season during Miami's loss at Florida State, was named a second-team All-ACC selection along with receiver Allen Hurns and offensive lineman Brandon Linder.
Johnson had rushed for 920 yards and six touchdowns before his injury, while Hurns became just the fourth Miami receiver to top the 1,000-yard single-season mark during Miami's 41-31 win over Pittsburgh last week. Linder anchored a line that helped Miami's offense average 446.8 yards per game.
Quarterback Stephen Morris, who has passed for 2,868 yards with 21 touchdowns, was named a third-team selection.
Offensive linemen Seantrel Henderson and Jon Feliciano were named honorable mention selections, as were cornerback Tracy Howard and safety Deon Bush.
Freshman Stacy Coley was named an honorable mention specialist.