The 2011-12 ACC crown will be handed out this Saturday when North Carolina goes up the road to play Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Along with the conference championship, some of the final decisions relating to this year's All-ACC teams may be determined on the last weekend of the regular season.
Here is a look at who could end up being the first, second and third All-ACC teams.
Last year, Duke's Nolan Smith was selected as the conference Player of the Year.
Smith was joined on the first team by Duke teammate Kyle Singler, Maryland's Jordan Williams, Virginia Tech's Malcolm Delaney and Boston College's Reggie Jackson.
None of these players were back this season, so it will be an entirely new group in '11-12.