McDonald's All-American Game 2013: Complete Roster and Viewing Guide to Showcase

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McDonald's All-American Game 2013: Complete Roster and Viewing Guide to Showcase
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The 2013 McDonald’s All-American Game is one of the most anticipated events of the year and will feature a number of elite high school prospects from around the nation.

All of these young men will be playing big-time college ball and many are projected to have fruitful NBA careers ahead of them. This is a best-of-the-best showcase that some of the brightest stars in the history of the game have appeared in as high schoolers.

Let’s take a look at where you can watch this cant-miss contest, check the complete roster for the event—including where the recruits will attend college and their composite ranking, highlight some players to watch and more.

 

When:  Wednesday, April 3, 2013, at 9:30 p.m. ET

Where: United Center, Chicago, Ill.

TV: ESPN

Live Stream: ESPN3 (check coverage map)

 

East Roster (via ESPN)

Player

247 Composite Ranking

High School

College

Anthony Barber

21

Hampton 

NC State 

Keith Frazier

30 

Kimball 

Undecided 

Kasey Hill

8

Montverde Academy

Florida

Demetrius Jackson

25 

Marian High 

Notre Dame 

Andrew Wiggins

1

Huntington Prep

Undecided

Isaiah Hicks

13 

J F Webb 

North Carolina 

Rondae Jefferson 

14 

Chester 

Arizona 

Wayne Selden 

17 

Tilton School 

Kansas 

Noah Vonleh 

New Hampton School

Indiana 

Chris Walker 

10 

Holmes County 

Florida 

Dakari Johnson 

11 

Montverde Academy 

Kentucky 

Kennedy Meeks 

49 

West Charlotte 

North Carolina 

Julius Randle

2

Prestonwood Christian

Kentucky

 

West Roster

Player

247 Composite Ranking

High School

College

Isaac Hamilton

22 

St. John Bosco 

UTEP

Aaron Harrison 

Travis 

Kentucky 

Andrew Harrison

Travis 

Kentucky

Matt Jones 

32 

DeSoto 

Duke 

Nigel Williams-Goss 

41 

Findlay Prep 

Washington 

Jabari Bird 

18 

Salesian 

California 

Aaron Gordon 

Archbishop Mitty 

Undecided

Jarrell Martin 

12

Madison 

LSU 

Jabari Parker 

Simeon 

Duke 

James Young 

Rochester 

Kentucky 

Marcus Lee 

15

Deer Valley 

Kentucky 

Bobby Portis Jr. 

16 

Hall 

Arkansas

 

East Player to Watch: Andrew Wiggins

Wiggins is the top player in the class, but he’s yet to commit to a collegiate program. He’s narrowed his choices down to Florida State, Kansas, Kentucky and North Carolina, but has remained mum on which institution he is leaning towards signing a letter of intent to play for.

The 6’8” swingman is one of the most complete players in this competition and is likely to win an MVP award if he can will the East to victory. He averaged a ridiculous 23.4 points, 11.2 rebounds, 2.6 blocks and 2.5 assists for Hunting Prep in West Virginia, earning Gatorade National Player of the Year honors for his efforts.

This Canadian native is a superstar in the making and hoops junkies are going to tune in to not only see him perform on Wednesday, but also look for any semblance of a hint on where he may take his talents for the 2013-14 season.

 

West Player to Watch: Jabari Parker

Parker recently won his second straight Illinois Mr. Basketball award, becoming the first player in history to do so. The Duke commit helped Simeon High School win its fourth straight state championship and averaged 18.4 points, 10.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game.

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He’s the No. 2 player in this class, and the forward projects to make a big impact for the Blue Devils in the upcoming season. He’s a gifted scorer, natural rebounder and athletic freak.

Parker is also a willing passer, can handle the rock like a guard and has one of the highest basketball IQ’s of anyone participating in this all-star game.

If the West is going to win, Parker will need to bring his "A" game and show the world why he’s regarded as one of the top players in the Class of 2013 and a future NBA superstar.

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