Postseason accolades continue to roll in for UNC’s Joel Berry and Luke Maye, who were each named Tuesday as First Team All-ACC performers by the Associated Press.

Maye–who has already been named a Third Team All-American by two media outlets–is averaging 17.7 points and 10.1 rebounds per game for the Tar Heels.

He and Duke freshman forward Marvin Bagley III–the league’s Player and Newcomer of the Year–are the only two players in the conference averaging a double-double.

Meanwhile, Berry leads UNC with a 17.8 point per game scoring average and has been the team’s steadying force in crunch time all year long.

The Florida native was also recently named one of the five finalists for this year’s Cousy Award, which recognizes the top point guard in Division I men’s college basketball.

Maye and Berry are joined on the AP First Team All-ACC by Bagley, Virginia guard Devon Hall and Boston College guard Jerome Robinson–a North Carolina native.

For the full AP All-ACC rosters, click here.



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