Thursday, February 18th, 2010 at 6:00 pm  |  20 responses

Jordan Brand All-American Game Team Announced

As the official magazine partner of the Jordan Brand Classic, we’re pleased to bring you this year’s roster of Jordan All-Americans. As you may have seen on ESPNU, where the roster was officially revealed just half an hour ago, this year’s Classic will be a star-studded game, highlighted by the presence of the top 10 players in the class of 2010.

“As our preeminent basketball game, the Jordan Brand Classic strives to put the top talent on the floor each year and this year is no exception,” said Keith Houlemard, President of Jordan Brand, a division of NIKE, Inc. “We are thrilled to host the nation’s best at the World’s Most Famous Arena in the biggest city in the U.S.”

The 2010 JBC, presented by Foot Locker, will be played at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, April 17th at 8 PM EST. The game will also be televised live on ESPN2.

Tickets are on sale now at all Ticketmaster locations, the MSG box office, online or by calling 212-307-7171. For more info, hit up JBC’s official site.


East Team

Name                  Pos  Hgt    Wgt    High School (School Location)               College

Reggie Bullock    G    6-6    190    Kinston High School (Kinston, NC)          North Carolina
Kyrie Irving         G    6-2    172    St. Patrick High School (Elizabeth, NJ)     Duke
Perry Jones         C    6-11    220    Duncanville, TX (Duncanville, TX)           Baylor
Jelan Kendrick   F    6-7    186    Wheeler High School (Marietta, GA)           Memphis
Brandon Knight G    6-3    185    Pine Crest School (Fort Lauderdale, FL)     Undecided
C.J. Leslie            F    6-8    205    Word of God Academy (Raleigh, NC)          Undecided
Roscoe Smith      F    6-8    190    Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA)   Connecticut
Jared Sullinger   C    6-9    265    Northland High School (Columbus, OH)     Ohio State
DeShaun Thomas  F    6-7    220    Bishop Luers High School (Fort Wayne, IN)    Ohio State
Dion Waiters       G    6-4    201    Life Center Academy (Philadelphia, PA)        Syracuse

Coach: Doug Lipscomb, Wheeler High School (Marietta, GA)
Asst. Coach: Charles Smith, Peabody Magnet High School (Alexandria, LA)
Asst. Coach: Greg Wise, Yates High School (Houston, TX)

West Team

Name                   Pos  Hgt    Wgt      High School (School Location)                                      College

Harrison Barnes     F     6-8    209    Ames High School (Ames, IA)                                 North Carolina
Will Barton              G    6-6    165    Brewster Academy (Wolfeboro, NH)                              Memphis
Tobias Harris          F    6-8    210    Half Hollow Hills West High School (Dix Hills, NY)    Tennessee
Terrence Jones       F    6-8    220    Jefferson High School (Portland, OR)                             Undecided
Cory Joseph            G    6-3    180    Findlay Prep (Henderson, NV)                                          Undecided
Doron Lamb           G    6-4    183    Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA)                       Undecided
Kendall Marshall  G    6-4    180    Bishop O’Connell High School (Arlington, VA)              North Carolina
Josh Selby              G    6-3    185    Lake Clifton High School (Baltimore, MD)                      Undecided
Joshua Smith        C    6-9    320    Kentwood High School (Covington, WA)                         UCLA
Tristan Thompson F    6-9    235    Findlay Prep (Henderson, NV)                                          Texas

Coach: Mark Migiishi, Iolani School (Iolani, HI)
Asst. Coach: Pat Strickland, Jefferson High School (Portland, OR)
Asst. Coach: Mike Peck, Findlay Prep (Henderson, NV)

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  • http://slamonline.com Ben Osborne

    Great group of players! Always proud to be associated with this game.

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  • Butch

    Kendall Marshall, a kid who couldn’t even make first-team all-Metro in D.C., gets his hs coach, who is also one of the voters, to make him a McDonald’s All-American. Then the womanizing gambler gets the ugly kid into his Nike game (but doesn’t include much better players like Joe Jackson or Josh Hairston, due to politics).

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  • Robb

    Will Barton 6’6″ and 165 pounds???? damn! that guy is too skinny!

  • Derek

    Haha to above post. Kendall Marshall can’t even be top 5 in the DC area…how is he on this list?

  • B Awesome

    What a joke Kendall Marshall is selected over a lot of other players that are tens times better than him. This kid is averaging under 14 points a game and he’s slow on offense and defense. This is worse than selecting Jordan Jr.

  • jeremy

    cause the dc area is amazing at basketball

  • kwame

    well…the womanizing gambler happens to be running this affair…so he can put in whoever he wants…the nobodies who are criticizing really are wasting their time

  • http://elevationperformance.com Francis

    In response to the first post about Kendall Marshall, if you lived in the area, you would know that Kendall is one of the top 2 players in the DC area. He is on a poor team. If you saw the kid play during the summer, NBAPA camp, Lebron James Skills Academy, and Nike Global, you would understand exactly why the kid belongs in McDonald’s and Jordan.

  • bigbill

    damn, not one player from Cali

  • http://slamonline.com Tzvi Twersky

    Looking forward to this game. And yes Jeremy, the DC area is currently holding bball down.

  • celticshomie

    2 from VA!!!

  • http://slamonline.com YKnot

    Roscoe, Selby, and Barton? Baltimore stand up!!!!

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  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Crawford

    No Jereme Richmond? Hmmm…

  • http://www.slamonline.com B-zog

    What about Me

  • j32m

    what bout phil pressey??

  • Wesjet23

    Let me be another to complain about Marshall. Why not Joe Jackson, or Ryan Harrow. Its only cause hes going to UNC. Rivals has Marshall as the 9th ranked PG, way better possible choices

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