Four ACC stars make true freshman all-America team

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    On Thursday, ESPN revealed its 2015 True Freshman All-America team and four ACC players landed on the squad.Pitt safety Jordan Whitehead, the ACC Freshman of the Year and Freshman Defensive Player of the Year, made the team and was joined by Florida State safety Derwin James and Clemson duo of wide receiver Deon Cain and left tackle Mitch Hyatt.Here what ESPN had to say about the young ACC starsArticle continues below …Jordan WhiteheadDerwin James Whitehead was good enough for the Panthers that they also used him some at running back, where he scored a pair of touchdowns. He was a star at safety, leading the team with 99 total tackles and earning ACC Rookie of the Year honors.Deon CainThe 6-3, 212-pound James is a big, physical safety who can cover, and he hits just like a linebacker. In seven starts for the Seminoles, he racked up 77 total tackles, which was second on the team, and also had 7.5 tackles for loss and two forced fumbles.Mitch HyattIt didnt happen overnight, but Cain emerged as the Tigers top deep threat the last part of the season, which was critical after Mike Williams went down in the opener because of a neck injury. Cain averaged 17.1 yards per catch, and all five of his touchdowns came in the team last nine regular-season games.Hyatt started all 13 games for the No. 1 Tigers at left tackle and became the first true freshman offensive lineman to ever start the opening game. Hyatt average grade was 88 percent, and he was named ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week in the win over Florida State.

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