The rosters for the 37th Annual McDonald’s All-American Game were announced yesterday! The AAU is proud to announce that all but one of the players on both the boys’ and girls’ teams are AAU alumni! Being selected to play in the McDonald’s All American Game is a great honor and they will share that honor will some of the greats that played and are playing basketball at a professional level. You can find the full boys’ and girls’ rosters below.
This year the game will be played at Chicago’s United Center on April 3rd. The girls’ will kick off the action at 6PM CT, followed by the boys’ game starting at 8:30PM CT. If you would like to see the action up close and personal, tickets range from $15 for upper level seats to $140 for courtside seats.
The first McDonald’s All American Game was in 1978 at The Spectrum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Some notable All American Game alumni from previous years are Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Derrick Rose, and Carmelo Anthony, just to name a few.
Being selected is a great honor and the AAU is proud to say that most of the athletes playing in the games are our very own AAU members.
Good luck to all of the men and women participating! We can’t wait to see what the future has in store for you!
Boys’ McDonald’s All American Game Roster
Cliff Alexander, 6-9, PF, Curie High School (Chicago, IL), Signed with Kansas
James Blackmon Jr., 6-2, SG, Marian High School (Marion, IN), Signed with Indiana
Justin Jackson, 6-7, SF, Homeschool Christian (Tomball, TX), Signed with North Carolina
Tyus Jones, 6-1, PG, Apple Valley High School (Apple Valley, MN), Signed with Duke
Kevon Looney, 6-8, PF, Milwaukee Hamilton High School (Milwaukee, WI), Signed with UCLA
Theo Pinson, 6-6, SF, Wesleyan Christian (Greensboro, NC), Signed with North Carolina
D'Angelo Russell, 6-4, SG, Montverde Academy (Louisville, KY), Signed with Ohio State
Karl Towns, Jr., 6-11, C, St. Joseph High School (Metuchen, NJ), Signed with Kentucky
Romelo Trimble, 6-2, PG, O'Connell High School (Upper Marlboro, MD), Signed with Maryland
Myles Turner, 6-11, C, Trinity High School (Bedford, TX), Undecided
Isaiah Whitehead, 6-4, SG, Lincoln High School (Brooklyn, NY), Signed with Seton Hall
Justise Winslow, 6-6, SF, Saint John's High School (Houston, TX), Signed with Duke
Grayson Allen, 6-4, SG, Providence School of Jacksonville (Jacksonville, FL), Signed with Duke
Joel Berry, 6-0, PG, Lake Highland Prep (Apopka, FL), Signed with North Carolina
Devin Booker, 6-5, SG, Moss Point High School (Moss Point, MS), Signed with Kentucky
Stanley Johnson, 6-6, SF, Mater Dei High School (Fullerton, CA), Signed with Arizona
Trey Lyles, 6-10, PF, Arsenal Technical (Indianapolis, IN), Signed with Kentucky
Emmanuel Mudiay, 6-5, PG, Prime Prep Academy (Dallas, TX), Signed with SMU
Jahlil Okafor, 6-10, C, Whitney Young Magnet High School (Chicago, IL), Signed with Duke
Kelly Oubre, 6-7, SF, Findlay College Prep (Richmond, TX), Signed with Kansas
Reid Travis, 6-8, PF, De La Salle High School (Minneapolis, MN), Signed with Stanford
Tyler Ulis, 5-9, PG, Marian Catholic High School (Matteson, IL), Signed with Kentucky
Rashad Vaughn, 6-6, SG, Findlay College Prep (Golden Valley, MN), Undecided
Thomas Welsh, 6-11, C, Loyola High School (Los Angeles, CA), Signed with UCLA
Girls’ McDonald’s All American Game Roster
Lynee' Belton C 6-2 Bullis (Potomac, Md.) Duke
Sierra Calhoun W 6-0 Christ the King (Middle Village, N.Y.) Duke
Bianca Cuevas PG 5-6 Nazareth (Brooklyn, N.Y.) South Carolina
Sadie Edwards G 5-9 Blair Academy (Blairstown, N.J.) UConn
Myisha Hines Allen W 6-1 Montclair (N.J.) Louisville
Alexa Middleton G 5-8 Riverdale (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) Tennessee
Kelsey Mitchell PG 5-8 Princeton (Cincinnati) Ohio State
Mariya Moore W 6-0 Salesian (Richmond, Calif.) Louisville
Shakayla Thomas W 5-11 Sylacauga (Ala.) Florida State
Kathryn Westbeld F 6-2 Fairmont (Kettering, Ohio) Notre Dame
Jatarie White C 6-4 Providence Day (Charlotte, N.C.) South Carolina
A'Ja Wilson F 6-5 Heathwood Hall Episcopal (Columbia, S.C.) Undecided
Ariel Atkins G 5-11 Duncanville (Texas) Texas
Recee' Caldwell PG 5-8 FEAST HomeSchool (San Antonio) UCLA
Jordin Canada PG 5-6 Windward (Los Angeles) UCLA
Mikayla Cowling W 6-1 Saint Mary's (Albany, Calif.) California
Lajahna Drummer F 6-2 Long Beach Poly (Calif.) UCLA
Gabby Green W 6-1 Saint Mary's (Albany, Calif.) California
Brooke McCarty PG 5-4 Clear Springs (League City, Texas) Texas
Jaime Nared W 6-1 Westview (Portland, Ore.) Tennessee
Alyssa Rice C 6-3 Reynoldsburg (Ohio) Kentucky
Brianna Turner F 6-3 Manvel (Texas) Notre Dame
Chatrice White C 6-3 Shelby (Neb.) Illinois
Gabby Williams G 5-11 Reed (Sparks, Nev.) UConn
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