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All-ACC Men's Basketball Recognition Earned By Three Miami Players

All-ACC Men's Basketball Recognition Earned By Three Miami Players

Kenny Kadji, the Miami forward was named as All-ACC Third Team as well as the guard Shane Larkin garnered also named as the All-ACC Freshman Team. Moreover, the guard Durand Scott expected Honorable Mention honors.

The All-ACC teams were declared recently on the basis of votes from sixty two members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA). Kenny Kadji achieved 45 votes and two over Plumlee, who had the least votes of the 3rd teamers. Durand Scott achieved 26 votes.

A 6-foot-11, 251-pound junior Kenny Kadji, who was sat out last season as a shift from Florida, who was second-leading scorer (12.9 ppg) of Miami as well as rebounder (5.6 rpg) in the normal season. Kenny Kadji also averaged 1.7 blocks. Kadji had 4 double-doubles as well as scored in double numbers in 14 successive matches, he starting with a career with highest 30 points to UNC Greensboro on January 2nd, before the streak wrecked against N.C. State previous week.

A 160-pound, Shane Larkin is a son of Hall of Fame shortstop the Barry Larkin, who averaged 6.8 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists in the normal season. Larkin also averaged 1.6 steals and 0.1 less per game than the conference-top total shared by 3 players.

The Hurricanes are 8-4 when the Jim Larranaga made Shane Larkin a stable starter following to the loss of the team on January 22nd against NC State. Durand led the Hurricanes in regular season with 3.2 assists per match and 13.0 points as well as he was 3rd with 5.3 rebounds per match.