Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich
Here they are folks, from the league office as voted on by members of the media:
CO-OFFENSIVE BACK -- Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech, B-Back, 6-foot, 228, So., Marietta, Ga.
Dwyer ran for 128 yards and 2 touchdowns on just 10 carries in Georgia Tech's 41-23 win over No. 23-ranked Miami on Thursday. Dwyer, who sat out most of the second half, helped the Yellow Jackets produce 472 yards of rushing offense -- Tech's highest total in an ACC game. For Dwyer, it was his eighth 100-yard rushing performance of the season and he remains the ACC's leading rusher (by 13 yards per game).
CO-OFFENSIVE BACK -- Russell Wilson, NC State, QB, 5-11, 191, R-Fr., Richmond, Va.
Wilson threw for a career-high 279 yards on 17-of-28 passing and two touchdowns in NC State's 41-10 win over North Carolina. This was the fifth consecutive game he has thrown for multiple touchdowns, the longest such streak since Philip Rivers threw multiple TDs in six straight games in 2003. Wilson also extended his string of consecutive pass attempts without an interception to 203. Last week, Wilson was honored as ACC Rookie of the Week.
CO-OFFENSIVE LINEMAN -- Meares Green, NC State, G/T, 6-4, 306, R-Sr., Wilmington, N.C.
Green led the NC State rushing attack that produced season highs in rushing yards (187), passing yards (279) and total yards (466) in the Pack's 41-10 win over North Carolina. Green graded out at 82 percent for the game. The offensive line allowed just two sacks of quarterback Russell Wilson.
CO-OFFENSIVE LINEMAN -- Thomas Austin, Clemson, Guard, 6-3, 295, Jr., Camden, S.C.
Austin helped the Clemson offense to a 13-3 victory over Virginia with 11 knockdown blocks in 71 plays. He did not miss a snap and received a grade of 86 percent from the coaching staff. The Tiger offensive line held tough, not allowing a sack in 29 passing attempts.
DEFENSIVE LINEMAN -- Everette Brown, Florida State, DE, 6-4, 248, Jr., Stantonsburg, N.C.
Brown was named the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week for his dominating performance in FSU's 37-3 win over Maryland. For the third time this season, Brown recorded three or more sacks in a game as he recorded a career-high 3.5 sacks. He also forced the fumble that linebacker Derek Nicholson scooped up and returned for a TD to put the Seminoles up 14-0. His career-high 4.5 tackles for loss upped his season total to 20.5 which leads the nation in tackles for loss. He is tied for second in the FBS with 12.5 sacks this season.
DEFENSIVE BACK -- Mark Herzlich, Boston College, LB, 6-4, 238, Jr., Wayne, Pa.
Herzlich picked off two Riley Skinner passes, returning one 34-yards for a touchdown and setting up an Eagle field goal with the other in Boston College's 24-21 win over Wake Forest. The junior finished with nine tackles, seven solo, as BC held Wake to 191 net yards of total offense. Herzlich's interception return for a touchdown marked the sixth consecutive game in which the Eagles have scored a non-offensive touchdown.
SPECIALIST -- Graham Gano, Florida State, PK/P, 6-1, 197, Sr., Pensacola, Fla.
Gano was 3-for-3 in field goal attempts in the Seminoles upset win over No. 22 Maryland. Gano improved to 21-for-23 this year in field goals and for the sixth time this year (in nine games played) he had double-digit points (13). Gano handled all the kicking for FSU and none of his three punts were returned by Maryland. Gano converted on field goal tries from 22, 34 and 48 yards, respectively.
ROOKIE -- Dominique Davis, Boston College, QB, 6-4, 198, R-Fr., Lakeland, Fla.
Davis was forced into action on Saturday when starting Eagle quarterback Chris Crane went down with a broken collarbone. He came in and completed 13-of-23 for 103 yards as Boston College defeated Wake Forest, 24-21. Davis engineered a 9-play, 70-yard drive that included a 36-yard and 21-yard completion. Ultimately, Davis scored the winning touchdown on a QB sneak.