Clemson's McDaniels named first-team all-ACC

CLEMSON, S.C. (WACH) - Clemson forward K.J. McDaniels has been named first-team All-ACC by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.

The Tigers' leading scorer is the first Clemson player to be named to the first team since Trevor Booker in 2010. McDaniels was also named to the All-ACC Defensive Team. The rest of the All-ACC first team is made up of Duke's Jabari Parker, NC State's T.J. Warren, North Carolina's Marcus Paige and Syracuse's C.J. Fair.

Heading into this week's ACC Tournament, McDaniles is leading the team in points (17.1) and rebounds (7.2) per game, For the second straight year, he also leads the conference in blocks per game with 2.8.

McDaniels is the only player in the country leading his team in scoring, rebounding, three-pointers, blocks and steals.