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Men
1. Duke
2. Maryland
3. Virginia
4. Wake Forest
5. North Carolina
6. Georgia Tech
7. Florida State
8. N.C. State
9. Clemson

Women
1. Duke
2. N.C. State
3. North Carolina
4. Maryland
5. Florida State
6. Clemson
7. Georgia Tech
8. Virginia
9. Wake Forest

  • Barry Jacob's ACC picks

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