A hamstring graft is another option. thats what i've got i'm 7 months out and the knee feels good.
What graft to get is a MAJOR point of debate on TGR's gimp central forum. In fact, that sub-forum may be the best source of information on various ACL reconstruction options for laymen on the internet. From there you sill find that it is almost consensus that a graft from your own body (auto graph) is most often the best option for a young person. It is slighly more intrusive and thus painful for the patient but will heal to sporting level stregth quickest and doesn't have the chance of rejection that an allograph (cadaver) has.
It gets a bit more controversial from there. The "gold standard" for streght and recovery time is a opposite knee patella autograph. This carries a bit of a negative conotation with some because it means causing injury to your healthy knee but since you tend to rehab your knees together anyway (think stationary bikes) it is considered the fastest way to getting back to 100%. Pattellla tendons are also considered somewhat stronger than hamstrings and the loosing hamstring strength creates a risk of future knee injury, or so conventional wisdom goes.
That said, it appears techniques have improved and the most common practice is to use a hamstring autograph. In any case, more important than what graft you choose, a good surgeon and dedication to rehab are what will determine your speed and streghth of recovery. Good luck