The magical senior season for Kenny Pickett continued on Wednesday, as the Pitt quarterback was named both the ACC Offensive and overall ACC Player of the Year.
Pickett rewrote the Pitt record books as he passed for 4,066 yards, 40 touchdowns and completed 67% of his passes. Those 40 touchdown passes are a new ACC regular season record and he joins Jameis Winston and Deshaun Winston as the only players to go over 4,000 yards passing.
Pickett received 52 of a possible 64 votes for the Player of the Year honor and 54 for the Offensive Player of the Year.
The last Pitt player to win both awards was running back James Conner back in 2014.