A week after Joe Giles-Harris earned first-team All-ACC honors, he is adding more to his collection of hardware.

The redshirt sophomore linebacker was named a second-team All-American by the Walter Camp Foundation Thursday evening, becoming the eighth Blue Devil during head coach David Cutcliffe's 10 years in Durham to earn that recognition. Giles-Harris led the team in tackles for the second straight year with 117 and added an ACC-best 15.0 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks and an interception.

Defensive coordinator Jim Knowles has coached four defensive All-Americans since arriving at Duke in 2010, and Giles-Harris is the first since safety Jeremy Cash was a first-team All-American in 2015.

Six other ACC defensive players joined Giles-Harris as second-team All-Americans, and N.C. State defensive lineman Bradley Chubb was the only local first-team All-American.

Giles-Harris will next take the field in the Quick Lane Bowl Dec. 26, when the Blue Devils will face Northern Illinois in Detroit.