Adidas Nations 2013 Rosters: Complete List of Every Nation's Players for Event

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Adidas Nations 2013 Rosters: Complete List of Every Nation's Players for Event

Friday marked one of the more underrated, exciting days in international youth basketball, as Adidas announced the players who will be participating in this year's Adidas Nations tournament.

The prestigious event is a yearly opportunity to see the world's best 18-and-under talent from around the world go against one another for bragging rights. This year's event got underway Friday night with pool play in Garden Grove, Calif., at the Next Level Sports Complex.

The nine teams—five international, four cobbled from the United States' stable of talent—will go against one another over the weekend in a series of games to determine the winner. Once pool play concludes Sunday, the two teams with the best records will face off in the championship Monday, which will be broadcast nationally on ESPNU.

For fans, it will be their first opportunity in many cases to see the best and the brightest from the high school Class of 2014. Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and Julius Randle have dominated the conversation at these major events for the last few years, leaving the 2014 players almost completely shadowed from casual observers.

While the hype level for the current crop isn't as high as it is for the "Wigginses" of the world, there are plenty of names you'll need to get familiar with. 247 Sports' top-ranked player for 2014, point guard Tyrus Jones, won't be in attendance, but his closest competition for the crown will be.

Forward-center Jahlil Okafor is ranked second by 247's rankings and is a 6'10" force of nature out of Chicago. His sheer physicality is enough to leave scouts' mouths agape. Okafor will be joined on the red Class of 2014 team by scintillating forward prospect Kevon Looney and guard Jaquan Lyle, a Louisville commit. The red team is largely seen as a favorite for this event.

Point guard Emmanuel Mudiay and his Team USA 2014 blue squad should have a ton to say about that, though. Mudiay is the third-ranked player in the nation, and he'll be joined by another Louisville commit in Shaqquan Aaron and 6'10" forward Trey Lyles.

The United States will also bring two teams (blue and red) from the combined 2015-16 classes. The five international teams are Africa, Australia, Latin America, the Philippines and Russia. Each of those rosters boast a bevy of talent, though none as well-known as the players stateside. 

Nevertheless, each nation will not only leave with the experience playing the best of the best in their age group, but also with some great counseling from some pretty notable faces.

NBA players like Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard, Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried and New York Knicks guard Iman Shumpert will all be in attendance, giving pointers to the youngsters in attendance. (You'll be shocked to know those are all Adidas athletes. Because duh.)

Fran Fraschilla, Ralph Sampson and Eddie Johnson will also be on hand to give their level of expertise, as will a bevy of veteran collegiate stars. Guys like Kyle Anderson of UCLA, Isaiah Austin of Baylor and LeBryan Nash of Oklahoma State will all give council.

Though only held over a long weekend, this Adidas camp should give these players a big-time chance to grow. They'll get to learn what it takes at every level to succeed and pick up little tricks of the trade along the way. Plus, a relaxing trip to California never hurt anyone. 

With play getting underway as we speak, take a look at each country's roster for the 2013 Adidas Nations event. 

Complete Rosters for 2013 Adidas Nations

All information via Adidas and Slam.

USA 2015/16 - Blue
# Player Pos. Height High School Home Town
86 Carlton Bragg F 6’8” St. Joseph Cleveland, Ohio
31 Jalen Coleman G 6’4” Cathedral Indianapolis, Ind.
117 Moustapha Diagne C 6’9” Pope John XXIII Newton, N.J.
22 Tyler Dorsey G 6’2” St. John Bosco Pasadena, Calif.
33 Hyron Edwards G 5’11” Central High East Chicago, Ill.
119 Daniel Giddens F 6’10” Wheeler Marietta, Ga.
34 Eron Gordon G 6’2” North Central Indianapolis, Ind.
45 Josh Jackson G/F 6’6” Consortium College Prep Southfield, Mich.
121 Mario Kegler G/F 6’6” Callaway Jackson, Miss.
50 Josh Langford G 6’5” Madison Academy Huntsville, Ala.
125 Josh Sharma C 6’11 North Mount Vernon Haleiwa, Hawaii
30 Derryck Thornton G 6’0” Findlay Prep Las Vegas, Nev.


USA 2015/16 - Red
# Player Pos. Height High School Home Town
84 Sedrick Barefield G 6’2” Corona Centennial Corona, Calif.
40 Jaylen Brown F 6’6” Wheeler Marietta, Ga.
0 Austin Conway G 6’0” Overland High School Denver, Colo.
150 Deron Davis F 6’8” Overland High School Denver, Colo.
95 Perry Dozier Jr. G 6’4” Spring Valley Columbia, S.C.
114 Henry Ellenson F 6’10” Rice Lake Rice Lake, Wisc.
21 Aaron Holiday G/F 6’2” Campbell Hall Los Angeles, Calif.
92 Chase Jeter C 6’9” Bishop Gorman Las Vegas, Nev.
72 Charles Mathews G 6’5” St. Rita Chicago, Ill.
35 Malik Newman G 6’4” Callaway Jackson, Miss.
70 Cameron Walker F 6’6” Righetti Santa Maria, Calif.
64 Stephen Zimmerman C 7’1” Bishop Gorman Las Vegas, Nev.


USA 2014 - Blue
# Player Pos. Height High School Home Town
68 Shaqquan Aaron G 6’7” Rainier Beach Apple Valley, CA
91 Daniel Hamilton F 6’7” St. John Bosco Los Angeles, CA
124 Trey Lyles F 6’10” Indianapolis Tech Indianapolis, IN
37 Emmanuel Mudiay G 6’4” Prime Prep Dallas, TX
132 Chinanu Onuaku C 6’9” Riverdale Baptist Upper Marlboro, MD
73 Theo Pinson G/F 6’6” Wesleyan Christian Greensboro, NC
25 Ahmaad Rorie G 6’0” Lincoln Tacoma, WA
23 D’Angelo Russell G 6’4” Montverde Academy Louisville, KY
116 Reid Travis F 6’7” De La Salle Minneapolis, MN
20 Romelo Trimble G 6’2” Bishop O’Connell Arlington, VA
118 Myles Turner F/C 7’0” Euless Trinity Dallas, TX


USA 2014 - Red
# Player Pos. Height High School Home Town
44 Trevon Bluiett G 6’6” Park Tudor Indianapolis, IN
61 Isaac Copeland F 6’8” The Miller School Raleigh, NC
115 Jalen Johnson F 6’9” Ypsilanti Ann Arbor, MI
75 Stanley Johnson G/F 6’7” Mater Dei Fullerton, CA
24 Kaleb Joseph G 6’3” Cushing Academy Nashua, NH
57 Jaquan Lyle G 6’4” Bosse Evansville, IN
120 Kevon Looney F 6’8” Milwaukee Hamilton Milwaukee, WI
122 Jahlil Okafor C 6’11 Whitney Young (IL) Chicago, IL
78 Craig Victor F 6’8” St. Augustine (LA) New Orleans, LA
41 Justice Winslow G 6’6” St. John’s School Houston, TX
32 Namon Wright G 6’6” Findlay Prep Los Angeles, CA


# Player Pos. Height
110 Abdoulaye Ndoye F 6'9"
111 Abou Dallo F 6'7"
58 Papa Sadia Ndiaye Diatte F 6'8"
74 Sidy Ndir G 6'3"
71 Nehdi Ngouma G 6'2"
112 William Tchiengang Tanko F 6'8"
113 Cheikna Dembele C 6'9"
56 Ibrahima Diagne N/A N/A
123 Guershon Yabusele N/A N/A
69 Michael Nzei F 6'8"


# Player Pos.
38 Abiola Akintola F
93 Jonah Bolden F
6 Kyle Clark F
7 Jayden Hodgson G
100 Isaac Humphries C
90 Jack McVeigh F
101 Harrison Froling F
77 Keanu Pinder F
76 Jacob Pupavac F
8 Dejan Vasiljevic G


Latin America
# Player Pos. Height Country
29 Kevin Joel Maura Colon G 5'9" Puerto Rico
27 William Cruz Rodriguez G 5'11" Puerto Rico
55 Samuel Torrez Valezquez G 6'3" Puerto Rico
104 Guilherme Saad F 6'6" Brazil
108 Jose Campo Rivadeneira C 7'0" Colombia
26 Lucas Gabriel Vezaro G 6'1" Brazil
109 William Daniel Pino Foronda C 6'10" Colombia
81 Braian Alexander Angola Rodas F 6'6" Colombia
107 Lucas Saul Siewert F 6'8" Brazil
28 Daniel Esteban Ramis Velasquez G 6'3" Puerto Rico
105 Guilherme Jendiroba Guimaraes F 6'7" Brazil
106 Felipe Braga Alfredo C 6'11" Brazil


# Player Height
12 Arvin Tolentino 6'5"
13 Jay Javelosa 6'5"
17 George Isaac Go 6'7"
5 Jerie Pingoy 5'8"
4 Mark Olayon 6'2"
15 Aldrich Liwag 6'4"
2 Tomas Ramos 6'2"
19 Mario Bonleon 6'3"
3 Augus Denila 5'10"
18 Joshua Dalafu 6'1"
36 Rashleigh Rivero 6'5"
1 Kimlee Bayquin 6'1"


# Player
102 Maxim Voytov
67 Viktor Kashim
9 Serdar Annaev
10 Pavel Krechetov
62 Bogdan Bogdanov
129 Igor Kanhgin
63 Yury Pershin
47 Stanislav Ilnitskly
103 Andrey Desyatnikov
11 Mikhail Kulagin


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