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NCAA.com | July 21, 2016

Times, TV schedule for ACC football media days in Charlotte

The 2016 ACC Kickoff will take place Thursday July 21 and Friday July 22 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The ACC Digital Network and ESPN will live stream the event on both days.

ACC Commissioner John Swafford will deliver the opening remarks on Thursday at 10 a.m., followed by the Coastal Division coaches interviews from 11:50 a.m. until 3:20 p.m ET. The Atlantic Division coaches will speak with the media on Friday from 10 a.m. until 2:45 p.m ET.

Here is the complete list of 28 players that will be in attendance:

Thursday July 21 Coastal Division

School Players
Duke Thomas Sirk and DeMarcus Walker
Georgia Tech Justin Thomas and Patrick Gamble
Miami (Fla.) Brad Kaaya and Justin Vogel
North Carolina Ryan Switzer and Des Lawrence
Pittsburgh Nathan Peterman and Ejuan Price
Virginia Jackson Matteo and Micah Kiser
Virginia Tech Sam Rogers and Ken Ekanem

Friday July 22 Atlantic Division

School Players
Boston College Myles Willis and Matt Milano
Clemson Deshaun Watson and Ben Boulware
Florida State Dalvin Cook and DeMarcus Walker
Louisville Lamar Jackson and Keith Kelsey
NC State Matthew Dayes and Jack Tocho
Syracuse Jason Emerich and Zaire Franklin
Wake Forest Tyler Hayworth and Marquel Lee

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