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Stars headline All-American Championship Rosters

The All-American Championship landed some big-time prospects for their inaugural event with a total of 27 top-50 prospects out of 40 participants. The players are separated into four teams (North, South, East, West) which means there will be two games on April 3 in Houston. Of the 26 seniors selected to play, Josiah Turner is ranked the highest at #10 along with top-25 recruit, B.J. Young (#22). The other top seniors chosen to take part include Michael Gbinije (#29), Rodney Hood (#30), Levi Randolph (#31), Ky Madden (#32), Dai-Jon Parker (#36), Jakarr Sampson (#41), Dominic Pointer (#46), Sam Thompson (#48), and LaQuinton Ross (#49).

Of the juniors selected to play, DaJuan Coleman is rated the highest at #3 along with Shabazz Muhammad who is #5. Other top-20 juniors in the games include Cameron Ridley (#7), Gary Harris (#12), Alex Murphy (#13), Rasheed Sulaimon (#14), Tony Parker (#15), Hanner Perea (#16), Kevin Ferrell (#17), L.J. Rose (#19), and Perry Ellis (#20). Shaquille Cleare (#23), D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera (#32), and Robert Carter (#33) are the final three top-50 prospects participating in the event.

More information about the event can be found here.

One comment on “Stars headline All-American Championship Rosters

  1. [...] season are. The McDonald’s All-American game, ESPN RISE National High School Invitational, All-American Championship, Chicago NeXt All-American Classic, and Jordan Brand Classic are among the highlighted events that [...]

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