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2015 McDonald’s All American Game Rosters Announced

mcdonalds all american games featureAbout this time every year, most of the nation’s elite high school ballers hope their name gets called to participate in the annual McDonald’s All American Game.

This year’s contest, the 38th annual McDonald’s All American Game, will be played on April 1st, once again at the United Center in Chicago.

The game has served as a national showcase of some of the NCAA and NBA’s biggest future stars that have featured names like Magic Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal, and Anthony Davis.

This year’s crop of high school phenoms feature the biggest names in HS hoops like #1 ranked player Ben Simmons and 2nd ranked Jaylen Brown, playing for the West squad, while the East features elite scorers Malik Newman, Ivan Rabb, and PG supreme Jalen Brunson

LSU and Duke led the schools with the most commits, with top player Ben Simmons and #14 ranked Antonio Blakeney both pledging to play for the Tigers next season, while talented big man Chase Jeter(#9) and the prolific scoring Luke Kennard(#23), will play for the Blue Devils.

Overall, 22 of the top 25 of ESPN’s seniors were chosen for the 2015 McDonald’s All American Game, with a record 9 players still uncommitted.

The biggest omission was probably Kentucky commit Skal Labissierre(#3), whom technically was ineligible because he does not play on either a public or private varsity team, following his transfer from Evangelical Christian.  Texas A&M signee Tyler Davis(#18), was the highest prospect not selected for the game.

Check out the entire 2015 rosters followed by a 2015 McDonald’s All American Game preview of all 24 players……………………….

East

Dwayne Bacon, 6’6, SG, Oak Hill Academy(Lakeland, FL) – Committed To Florida State

Antonio Blakeney, 6’4, SG, Oak Ridge HS(Orlando, FL) – Committed To LSU

Isaiah Briscoe, 6’3, PG, Roselle Catholic(Union, NJ) – Committed To Kentucky

Jaylen Brown, 6’7, SF, Wheeler HS(Alpharetta, GA) – Uncommitted

Thomas Bryant, 6’10, C, Huntington Prep(Rochester, NY) – Uncommitted

Cheick Diallo, 6’9, PF, Our Savior New American(Centereach, NY) – Uncommitted

Henry Ellenson, 6’10, PF, Rice Lake HS(Rice Lake, WI) – Committed To Marquette

Jawun Evans, 6’0, PG, Kimball HS(Dallas, TX) – Committed To Oklahoma State

Luke Kennard, 6’5, SG, Franklin HS(Franklin, OH) – Committed To Duke

Dedric Lawson, 6’8, PF, Hamilton HS(Memphis, TN) – Committed To Memphis

Ben Simmons, 6’9, PF, Monteverde Academy(Melbourne, Australia) – Committed To LSU

Diamond Stone, 6’10, C, Dominican HS(Milwaukee, WI) – Uncommitted

 

West

Carlton Bragg, 6’9, PF, Villa Angela-St Joseph(Cleveland, OH) – Committed To Kansas

Jalen Brunson, 6’1, PG, Adlai Stevenson HS(Lincolnshire,IL) – Committed To Villanova

Deyonta Davis, 6’9, PF, Muskegon HS(Muskegon, MI) – Committed To Michigan State

PJ Dozier, 6’6, PG, Spring Valley HS(Columbia, SC) – Committed To South Carolina

Brandon Ingram, 6’8, SF, Kinston HS(Kinston, NC) – Uncommitted

Chase Jeter, 6’10, C, Bishop Gorman(Las Vegas, NV) – Committed To Duke

Malik Newman, 6’3, SG, Callaway HS(Jackson, MS) – Uncommitted

Ivan Rabb, 6’11, PF, Bishop O’Dowd HS(Oakland, CA) – Uncommitted

Malachi Richardson, 6’6, SG, Trenton Catholic Academy(Hamilton, NJ) – Committed To Syracuse

Caleb Swanigan, 6’8, C, Homestead HS(Fort Wayne, IN) – Uncommitted

Alonzo Trier, 6’4, SG, Findlay Prep(Las Vegas, NV) – Committed To Arizona

Stephen Zimmerman, 7’0. C, Bishop Gorman(Las Vegas, NV) – Uncommitted

Allen Moll has been a lifelong NBA and NCAA College Basketball fan who watches and studies games religiously, and coaches youth basketball in his native Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania. Allen has also provided content to Bleacherreport.com, Upperdeckblog.com, Cleveland.com, CSN Philly.com, Buckets Magazine, in addition to being a tenured NBA and NCAA columnist for TheHoopDoctors.com.

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