On Wednesday, April 2, at the United Center in Chicago, the McDonald's All-American Game will feature a handful of future NBA players in the same building.
If you want size, this group has a surplus of it. There's also abundant athleticism and a wealth of promising skill. Headlined by Jahlil Okafor, Myles Turner and Cliff Alexander, it's a class that could make a huge impact on the Association down the road.
In the 36-year history of the game, 71 players involved went on to become NBA All-Stars, and in the past 10 years, 12 former McDonald's All-Americans became NBA All-Stars (per AllStarNBA.es).
These youngsters still have a couple of big steps to take before they hit the NBA hardwood, but the building blocks are there for pro success.
We break down all the NBA prospects you should keep an eye on during this highly anticipated game.
*Player measurements gathered from DraftExpress.com.
*Included are all players who are widely projected to be drafted in the next two drafts (beginning 2015). Slide order based on overall draft value.