The nation’s top high school basketball stars strutted their stuff on Wednesday night in the 2013 McDonald’s All-American Game, but some of those stars looked a lot more impressive than others.
A big showing in this elite company is always a good way to create massive hype heading into a player’s freshman season.
One of the many impressive performances at the United Center came from Kansas commit Wayne Selden. While most players on both rosters were taking (and missing) three-pointers from the NBA line, Selden knocked down 2-of-4 from deep in scoring 13 points.
Herein, a closer look at the future Jayhawk and seven more players (and college teams) who have the most to be happy about after the West team’s 110-99 win.