What a year it's been for Cameron Johnson.
Not only has the graduate guard had his best collegiate season to date for the North Carolina men's basketball team, but on Monday afternoon he was named to the All-ACC firs team.
In his second season in Chapel Hill, Johnson is averaging a team-high 16.8 points per game and has set career-bests in rebounds (5.9), steals (1.3), field goal percentage (51.1 percent) and made 3-pointers (83). In addition to being named first-team All-ACC, Johnson finished third in the ACC Most Improved Player voting.
Johnson, who leads the ACC in 3-point percentage (46.9 percent), was not the only UNC player earning accolades for his performance this season.
First-year guard Coby White and senior forward Luke Maye each were named to the All-ACC second team. White also finished third for ACC Rookie of the Year and received the second most votes for the ACC All-Freshman Team. Maye's 221 votes were the most by any player on the second team.