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Players announced for McDonald’s All-American Game

January 29, 2014 by Running Rebels — The McDonald’s All-American Game announced its selections on Wednesday, with the usual 24 players on the roster.

EAST
•Cliff Alexander, PF, Chicago-Curie HS, Kansas (No. 3 in 247Sports Composite)
•Myles Turner, C, Euless (Tex.)-Trinity HS, Uncommitted (No. 4)
•Tyus Jones, PG, Apple Valley (Minn.) HS, Duke (No. 5)
•Karl Towns, PF, Metuchen (N.J.)-St. Joseph HS, Kentucky (No. 7)
•Justin Jackson, SF, Tomball (Tex.)-Homeschool Christian, North Carolina (No. 10)
•Justise Winslow, SF, Houston-St. John’s Duke (No. 11)
•Kevon Looney, PF, Milwaukee-Hamilton HS, UCLA (No. 12)
•Isaiah Whitehead, SG, Brooklyn-Lincoln, Seton Hall (No. 15)
•D’Angelo Russell, SG, Montverde (Fla.) Academy, Ohio State (No. 17)
•Theo Pinson, SF, Greensboro (NC)-Wesleyan Christian, North Carolina (No. 19)
•James Blackmon, SG, Marion (Ind.) HS, Indiana (No. 31)
•Romelo Trimble, PG, Upper Marlboro (Md.) O’Connell HS, Maryland (No. 33)

WEST
•Jahlil Okafor, C, Chicago-Whitney Young, Duke (No. 1)
•Emmanuel Mudiay, PG, Dallas-Prime Prep Academy, SMU (No. 2)
•Stanley Johnson, SF, Fullerton (Calif.)-Mater Dei HS, Arizona (No. 6)
•Kelly Oubre, SF, Henderson (Nev.)-Findlay Prep, Kansas (No. 8)
•Trey Lyles, PF, Indianapolis-Arsenal Technical, Kentucky (No. 9)
•Rashad Vaughn, SG, Henderson (Nev.)-Findlay Prep, Uncomitted (No. 13)
•Joel Berry, PG, Apopka (Fla.)-Lake Highland Prep, North Carolina (No. 18)
•Devin Booker, SG, Moss Point (Miss.) HS, Kentucky (No. 26)
•Grayson Allen, SG, Jacksonville (Fla.)-Providence School, Duke (No. 30)
•Tyler Ulis, PG, Chicago Heights-Marian Catholic, Kentucky (No. 34)
•Reid Travis, PF, Minneapolis-DeLaSalle, Stanford (No. 35)
•Thomas Welsh, C, Los Angeles-Loyola HS, UCLA (No. 67)

The highest-ranked player eligible for the game that wasn’t chosen was Daniel Hamilton, a St. John Bosco (Calif.) product who is headed to Connecticut. He is ranked No. 16 in the 247Sports Composite. No. 14-ranked Chris McCullough (Syracuse) is a fifth-year player, and therefore not eligible. The McDonald’s All-American Game is the most prestigious of the high school All-American games. It will be held on April 2 at the United Center in Chicago.

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