Here are the ACC's individual statistical leaders after Week 6
Six weeks of ACC action are in the books.
With nearly half the season over, it’s time to take a look at who the conference’s statistical leaders are near the mid-way point.
Several quarterbacks have risen their level of play this year, including Virginia’s Brennan Armstrong and Pittsburgh’s Kenny Pickett. There’s also numerous defensive players who have begun to stand out statistically with their play so far this season.
Here’s a look at the ACC’s individual statistical leaderboards after Week 6:
- Brennan Armstrong, Virginia — 410 passing yards per game
- Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh — 346.2 passing yards per game
- Sam Howell, North Carolina — 282.8 passing yards per game
- Sean Tucker, Syracuse — 131.83 yards per game
- Mataeo Durant, Duke — 131.83 yards per game
- Pat Garwo III, Boston College — 93.8 yards per game
- Josh Downs, North Carolina — 123.5 yards per game
- Jordan Addison, Pittsburgh — 104.8 yards per game
- Dontayvion Wicks, Virginia — 92.3 yards per game
- Quez Jackson, Georgia Tech — 60 tackles
- 3 players tied with 54 tackles — Mikel Jones, Syracuse; Ayinde Eley, Georgia Tech; Shaka Heyward, Duke
- 2 players tied with 6.5 sacks — Cody Roscoe, Georgia Tech; Jermaine Johnson, Florida State
- Yasir Abdullah, Louisville — 5 sacks
- Jermaine Waller, Virginia Tech — 4 interceptions
- Kei’Trel Clark, Louisville — 3 interceptions
- 12 players tied with 2 interceptions