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.

•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)

•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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