Raleigh, N.C. - Senior safety Earl Wolff was named first-team All-ACC today by the conference, while offensive guard R.J. Mattes and cornerback David Amersonwere named to the second-team.
Wolff currently leads the Pack with 136 tackles on the season, and his current career total of 391 is fifth all-time at NC State. Wolff had a career-best 19 tackles at Clemson, and has four games of at least 17 tackles this season. Wolff has also recorded a pair of interceptions this season, and has five for his career.
Mattes has seen action at both guard and tackle this season on the offensive line, he leads the Pack with 868 snaps on the season.
Amerson finished the season with five interceptions, and his career total of 18 is third-best in ACC history. In Saturday's win over Boston College, Amerson returned his INT for his third career score. The Pack is 5-0 this season when he picked off a pass.
NC State also had four players earn honorable mention honors: safety Brandan Bishop, defensive end Darryl Cato-Bishop, quarterback Mike Glennon, and center Camden Wentz.
N.C. State Sports Information Dept.