Syracuse senior C.J. Fair was voted to the All-ACC first team Monday by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA).
The preseason ACC Player of the Year, Fair received 47 first-team votes and 200 total points to rank fourth among ACC players.
Duke freshman Jabari Parker and North Carolina State sophomore T.J. Warren were unanimous selections, both receiving 77 first-team votes and 277 total points each.
North Carolina sophomore guard Marcus Paige ranked third with 69 first-team votes and 223 points, while Clemson junior K.J. McDaniels rounded out the first team with 46 first-team votes and 199 points.
SU freshman guard Tyler Ennis was a second-team pick, garnering 13 first-team votes. He is joined on the second team by Virginia sophomore Malcolm Brogdan, Pittsburgh senior Lamar Patterson, Duke junior Rodney Hood and North Carolina junior James Michael McAdoo.
SU sophomore Jerami Grant is on the honorable mention list.
Parker and Ennis were also the only unanimous picks on the ACC All-Freshman team. They are joined by Virginias London Perrantes, North Carolinas Kennedy Meeks and Virginia Techs Devin Wilson.
Ennis was also voted to the All-ACC Defensive team.
Paige is the Most Improved Player and Virginias Justin Anderson won the Sixth Man award.