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Cook's Unanimous Selection Heads 2015 All-ACC Accolades
Florida State's 17 total selections tied for the second most in the league.
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Florida State was recognized with 17 total selections including four first-team honorees on the 2015 All-Atlantic Coast Conference football team, as voted on by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA).
FSU's four first-team members, which was second only to Clemson's six, included sophomore running back Dalvin Cook, sophomore tackle Roderick Johnson, redshirt junior kicker Roberto Aguayo and junior cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
Seminoles represented on the second team were sophomore wide receiver Travis Rudolph, junior wide receiver Kermit Whitfield, junior defensive end DeMarcus Walker, redshirt senior defensive tackle Nile Lawrence-Stample and senior linebacker Reggie Northrup. Third team honorees included sophomore defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi, freshman safety Derwin James and redshirt junior guard Kareem Are.
Five Seminoles earned Honorable Mention accolades including redshirt junior guard Chad Mavety, redshirt senior linebacker Terrance Smith, redshirt senior safety Lamarcus Brutus and senior punter Cason Beatty. Whitfield also earned Honorable Mention honors as a return specialist.
Cook was one of just two unanimous selections on this year's All-ACC team joining Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson. The two sophomore standouts were named to the first team on all 50 ballots cast by ACSMA members.
Cook has tallied 1,658 rushing yards on 211 attempts in 11 games with 19 total touchdowns including 18 rushing touchdowns. He leads the ACC and is the only player to rank in the top six nationally in rushing yards/game (150.7), rushing yards/carry (7.9), all-purpose yards (1,876), total rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and scoring (10.4). The Miami, Fla., native became FSU's all-time single-season leader in rushing yards and all-purpose yards in 2015. Cook was named to the All-ACC second team as a freshman in 2014.
Johnson started every game at left tackle in 2015 and helped pave the way on the offensive front to Cook's record-setting season. The Florissant, Mo., native was the recipient of the 2015 ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy and was named to the watch lists for the Outland Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award.
Aguayo registered 106 points in 12 games connecting on 20-of-24 field goals and all 46 PATs. A three-time All-ACC honoree, Aguayo established a new ACC record for consecutive PATs made with 195. The Mascotte, Fla., native holds the distinction as the NCAA's most accurate kicker with a .970 success rate.
Ramsey collected All-ACC First Team honors for the second consecutive year, becoming just the fourth Seminole defensive back to capture back-to-back first team accolades, joining Lamarcus Joyner (2012-13), Clifton Abraham (1993-94) and Corey Sawyer (1992-93). In his first year as a full-time cornerback, the Brentwood, Tenn., native consistently shutdown opponents' top receivers for the nation's only defense to not allow 25 points in a game. Ramsey finished with 43 tackles, a fumble recovery touchdown and tied for fifth in the ACC in pass breakups (10).
Rudolph is second on the team in receptions (52) and receiving yards (715) and tied for the team lead with six touchdowns - all single-season career bests. He had a career-high 191 yards and three touchdowns against Syracuse on October 31.
Whitfield is also having a career year leading the team with 53 receptions and 742 receiving yards, while tied for the team lead with six touchdowns. The Orlando, Fla., native is the lone receiver with multiple 100-yard receiving games on the year. He is also averaging 28.1 yards per kickoff return, good for third in the ACC and 11th nationally. Whitfield is just 17 kickoff return yards shy of becoming FSU's all-time career leader.
Walker leads Florida State in sacks (9.5), tackles for loss (14.5) and forced fumbles (three), and the only defensive lineman in the ACC with more pass breakups than Walker's five is teammate Giorgio Newberry (six).
Lawrence-Stample was dominant all season in the interior for the nation's No. 6 scoring defense (15.8), compiling 33 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. The senior leader was integral in helping FSU allow only seven rushing touchdowns all season - third-best in the nation.
Northrup leads Florida State in tackles for the second consecutive season with 87 stops, while also contributing 1.0 TFL, three pass breakups and five hurries. Despite suffering an ACL injury in the 2014 Rose Bowl, Northrup came back strong to lead the heart of FSU's defense and captured All-ACC honors for the second straight year.
Nnadi emerged as a force in his first year as a starter, totaling 42 tackles with 2.0 sacks, while Derwin James developed into arguably the nation's top freshman defender by ranking second on the Noles in tackles (77), tackles for loss (7.5), sacks (3.5), forced fumbles (two) and fumble recoveries (two).
Are appeared in all 12 games making seven starts all at left guard in 2015. He graded out a season-best of 83 percent at No. 1 Clemson. The native of Elmont, N.Y., has played a key role in helping Cook to his record-setting season.
Despite missing four games with an ankle injury, Smith collects All-ACC honors for the third straight year. He ranks fourth on the team with 53 tackles and also has 4.5 TFLs and one interception. Brutus led FSU with three interceptions and ranked third with 59 tackles in his first year as a starter. Mavety grabbed a spot appearing in nine games making eight starts on the offensive line. He turned in FSU's top grade against Georgia Tech and NC State. Beatty is having a career season averaging a single-season best 44.5 yards per punt, dropping 20 punts inside the 20 and booming a career-best 18 punts of 50 yards or more. He finished the regular season leading the league with 45.1 yards per punt against ACC foes.