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Florida State QB Jameis Winston to attend ACC Media Days

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Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is among the 28 players attending ACC Media Days July 20-21 in Greensboro, N.C.

Winston was suspended from the Florida State baseball team after he was cited in April for stealing crab legs from a Publix super market.

The reigning Heisman Trophy winner was accused of raping an FSU student in December 2012 but was not charged.

The ACC released the below list on Thursday of all players who will attend the conference's media days.

Boston College: 
Andy Gallik, Center
Dominique Williams, Defensive Back

Clemson: 
Cole Stoudt, Quarterback
Vic Beasley, Defensive End

Duke:
Laken Tomlinson, Guard
Kelby Brown, Linebacker

Florida State:
Jameis Winston, Quarterback
P.J. Williams, Cornerback

Georgia Tech: 
Shaquille Mason, Guard
Quayshawn Nealy, Linebacker

Louisville:
DeVante Parker, Wide Receiver
Lorenzo Mauldin, Defensive End

Miami: 
Duke Johnson, Running Back
Denzel Perryman, Linebacker

North Carolina:
Marquise Williams, Quarterback
Norkeithus Otis, Bandit

NC State: 
Tony Creecy, Running Back
Art Norman, Defensive End

Pitt:
Tyler Boyd, Wide Receiver
Ray Vinopal, Defensive Back

Syracuse: 
Sean Hickey, Offensive Tackle
Cameron Lynch, Linebacker

Virginia: 
Kevin Parks, Running Backs
Anthony Harris, Strong Safety

Virginia Tech: 
Willie Byrn, Wide Receiver
Luther Maddy, Defensive Tackle

Wake Forest: 
Jordan Garside, Fullback
Kevin Johnson, Cornerback

STAPLES: Joking aside, Jameis Winston's shoplifting raises legitimate concerns

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