All-ACC Teams Announced, Michael Snaer Earns Second Team Honors, Kenny Kadji Earns Third Team

In advance of the ACC men's basketball tournament set to start on Friday the ACC released the All-ACC teams on Monday afternoon. While there was no representation from Florida schools on the first team, Florida State guard Michael Snaer was named to the second team.

Snaer averaged 14.1 points per game during the regular season in addition to 3.9 rebounds and 1.9 points per game. His last game against Clemson saw the guard score 23 points to pace the Seminoles to an 80-72 victory.

Miami forward Kenny Kadji was named to the third team after a season where he averaged 12.9 points and 5.6 rebounds. In addition he also averaged 1.7 blocks per game to put the Hurricanes on the verge of an NCAA tournament bid in Jim Larranaga's first year as head coach.

We'll have plenty more on the ACC Tournament on SB Nation Tampa Bay, so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all the latest news and updates. For more on the Noles, please head over to Tomahawk Nation. You can also head over to the SB Nation NCAAB hub page for more on this and every Conference tournament.

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