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Thursday, February 11th, 2010 at 7:24 pm  |  22 responses

McDonald’s All-American Game Team Announced

It’s that time of year again!

A little over two hours ago, the McDonald’s All-American Game rosters were announced. Highlighting the group of 24 boys are Harrison Barnes, Jared Sullinger, Brandon Knight and a slew of other dudes who’ve been featured in SLAM Magazine’s PUNK section, as well as online in our PUNKS spot. One of the top high school end-of-season showcase games, this year’s McDonald’s Game will take the place in Columbus, Ohio, on March 31st.

Drum roll please! For the boys:

EAST TEAM

No.    Name    Pos.    Hgt.    Wgt.    High School, State (Hometown)    College

35    Reggie Bullock    G    6-7    190    Kinston High School, NC (Kinston, NC)    North Carolina   
31    Tobias Harris    F    6-8    222    Half Hollow Hills West High School, NY (Dix Hills, NY)    Tennessee
11    Kyrie Irving    G    6-3    187    St. Patrick High School, NJ (West Orange, NJ)    Duke
4    Joe Jackson    G    6-0    164    White Station High School, TN (Memphis, TN)    Memphis   
3    Perry Jones III    C    6-11    225    Duncanville High School, TX (Duncanville, TX)    Baylor   
0    Jelan Kendrick    G    6-7    195    Wheeler High School, GA (Marietta, GA)    Memphis
5    C.J. Leslie    F    6-9    212    Word of God Christian Academy, NC (Holly Springs, NC)    Undecided
12    Kendall Marshall    G    6-4    195    Bishop O’Connell High School, VA (Dumfries, VA)    North Carolina
24    Jayvaughn Pinkston   F  6-7  220   Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, NY (Brooklyn, NY)  Villanova
32    Josh Selby    G    6-3    188    Lake Clifton High School, MD (Baltimore, MD)    Undecided
34    Jared Sullinger    C    6-9    261    Northland High School, OH (Columbus, OH)    Ohio State
1    Deshaun Thomas    F    6-7    218    Bishop Luers High School, IN (Fort Wayne, IN)    Ohio State

WEST TEAM

No.    Name     Pos.    Hgt.    Wgt.        High School, State (Hometown)        College

32    Keith Appling    G    6-3    180    Detroit Pershing High School, MI (Detroit, MI)    Michigan State
40    Harrison Barnes    F    6-8    210    Ames High School, IA (Ames, IA)    North Carolina
1    Terrence Jones    F    6-9    230    Jefferson High School, OR (Portland, OR)    Undecided
5    Cory Joseph    G    6-3    180    Findlay College Prep, NV (Pickering, Ontario)    Undecided
11    Brandon Knight    G    6-4    195    Pine Crest School, FL (Coral Springs, FL)    Undecided   
20    Doron Lamb    G    6-4    185    Oak Hill Academy, VA (Laurelton, NY)    Undecided
3    Ray McCallum    G    6-1    180    Detroit Country Day School, MI (Beverly Hills, MI)    Undecided   
13    Fab Melo    C    7-0    265    Sagemont School, FL (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)    Syracuse
22    Jereme Richmond    F    6-8    195    Waukegan High School, IL (Waukegan, IL)    Illinois
34    Joshua Smith    C    6-10    280    Kentwood High School, WA (Kent, WA)    UCLA
12    Tristan Thompson    F    6-10    235    Findlay College Prep, NV (Brampton, Ontario)    Texas
21    Patric Young    F    6-9    230    Providence School, FL (Jacksonville, FL)    Florida

Let’s not forget the girls! Twenty-four of the best female high schoolers were also chosen today. And UConn, winners of 63 straight, will be well repped in this game, with three of these ballers headed to Storrs next year.

EAST TEAM

No.    Name    Pos.    Hgt.    Wgt.    High School, State (Hometown)    College

44    Alicia DeVaughn    C    6-4    170    Blanche Ely High School, FL (Pompano Beach, FL)    Maryland   
31    Stefanie Dolson    C    6-5    230    Minisink Valley High School, NY (Port Jervis, NY)    Connecticut
14    Bria Hartley    G    5-10    150    North Babylon High School, NY (North Babylon, NY)    Connecticut
40    Kaneisha Horn    F    6-1    180    Ramsay High School, AL (Birmingham, AL)    Alabama
7    Natasha Howard    F    6-4    150    Toledo Waite High School, OH (Toledo, OH)    Florida State
3     Maggie Lucas    G    5-9    145    Germantown Academy, PA (Narberth, PA)    Penn State
21    Kayla McBride    G    5-11    166    Villa Maria Academy, PA (Erie, PA)    Notre Dame
23    Laurin Mincy    G    6-0    140    University High School, NJ (Newark, NJ)    Maryland
00    Jennifer O’Neill    G    5-6    145    Saint Michael Academy, NY (Bronx, NY)    Kentucky   
33    Haley Peters    F    6-3    160    Peddie School, NJ (Red Bank, NJ)    Duke
5    Ronika Ransford    G    5-8    130    H.D. Woodson Senior High School, DC (Washington, DC)    Georgia
45    Samarie Walker    F    6-1    195    Chaminade-Julienne High School, OH (West Carrollton, OH)    Connecticut

WEST TEAM

No.    Name     Pos.    Hgt.    Wgt.        High School, State (Hometown)        College

5    Aaryn Ellenberg    G    5-6    118    Bishop Gorman High School, NV (Las Vegas, NV)    Oklahoma
34    Karla Gilbert    F    6-5    208    A&M Consolidated High School, TX (College Station, TX)    Texas A&M
3    Chelsea Gray    G    5-11    165    Saint Mary’s High School, CA (Manteca, CA)    Duke
15    Richa Jackson    F    6-0    165    Midwest City High School, OK (Midwest City, OK)    Duke
4    Afure Jemerigbe    G    5-11    160    Saint Mary’s High School, CA (Stockton, CA)    California
12    Tiffany Moore    F    5-10    145    Frisco High School, TX (Frisco, TX)    Texas
50    Chiney Ogwumike    F    6-2    170    Cy-Fair High School, TX (Cypress, TX)    Stanford
55    Theresa Plaisance    C    6-5    180    Vandebilt Catholic High School, LA (Houma, LA)    Louisiana State
33    Lindsay Sherbert    F    6-1    155    Great Oak High School, CA (Temecula, CA)    California
10    Meighan Simmons    G    5-9    121    Byron P. Steele II High School, TX (Cibolo, TX)    Tennessee
30    Odyssey Sims    G    5-8    145    Irving MacArthur High School, TX (Irving, TX)    Baylor
40    Madison Williams    C    6-7    190    Detroit Country Day School, MI (Berkley, MI)    Michigan State

As we get closer to gameday, look for much more coverage of the game on the site.

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  • http://hibachi20.blogspot.com Moose

    WHERE’S WILL BARTON.

  • mike

    5th yr player moose – he’s ineligible

  • http://www.stonesthrow.com/madlib Michael NZ

    Fab Melo had no choice but to go to Syracuse.

  • Nawlins Realest.

    just one player from word of god??

  • http://hibachi20.blogspot.com Moose

    Haha aight thanks mike. I’m just a fan of Barton’s/Brewster’s. Along with South Kent. I wasn’t aware of the rule, either. Thanks.

  • willieg

    ryan harrow????

  • wakka

    damn duke and unc no white dudes this year?

  • http://slamonline.com niQ

    The West team looks retardedly strong.

  • nastierthanu2

    Best McDonald moment was Garnett getting the mojo and then hustlin down court only to get slammed on by Ron Mercer. What ever happened to Anthony Cade?

  • keegan

    woowww no ryan harrow is surprising…he’s great in all star game settings (and any other setting for that matter)

  • Young C

    Where is south philly’s finest dion waiters?

  • http://www.yougotdunkedon.com LilKDub503

    For the girls, no Shoni Schimmel? She is ranked 8th in the country according to HoopGurlz. She is a consensus top 20 player in the nation. To those who want Ryan Harrow: HE IS NOT A CONSENSUS TOP PLAYER! Sure, some may have him at 20-25, but others think he is too much flash, and not strong enough.

  • Anthony R

    What about Austin Rivers? Are juniors eligible?

  • http://www.hoopsmanifesto.com Jeff Fox

    Nice – 2 Canadians on the “All-American” team!

  • Jmoney

    WHERE ARE ALL THE CALIFORNIA PLAYERS…SMH!!!

  • baller23

    This McDonald all American Game will be weak this year!

  • swaggaon100

    Baller23 is trippin this years the west is taking it …and it’ll be one of the dopest games ever ….but not topping the year bron was in it

  • ctws

    It’s pretty rediculous that Shoni Schimmel is not on this team! #8 player in the country, and she can’t make a top 20 team? SLAM Magazine said she is the “most exciting player in the nation” this year…her style of play was made for games like this. Not sure what she needed to do, average 50 pts a game? I’m glad that the WBCA was smart enough to name her to their team…that game will be sooooo much better.

  • http://sstinnett@aol.com fjo

    I’ve watched Shoni Shimmel anialate opponents this year. She is a spectacular player. There isn’t a player in the state of Oregon that can even touch this kid. I would go out on a limb saying that most girls in the nation could not even hang with her. She is brilliant with her flair, passing, ball handling, assists and scoring from all over the floor. Shoni has an uncanning ability of seeing the whole floor when she plays, not to mention a true team player. Shoni is a true all american player.

  • david

    why is Franklin star schimel not even on the team. This native American star deserves it look at her stats. I’m from the same reservation as her.

  • ditchpig

    this game should be dope as hell
    west team has a clear size advantage

  • http://pobox48612 N8v

    Where is Shoni now?!!!! I’ve been having a hard time keeping up with this kid from Or. and im not even playing. just the other say she dropped 26 on Kentucky!!!. Wow this girl is ballin! Its great to see a Native on the court. mad props to the team and coaches that looked at her. also to her mom who has a huge impact on her inspiration. Good Luck Shoni!!! we are all behind you. God Bless

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