Kentucky Basketball Recruiting: Grades from 2014 McDonald's All-American Game

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Kentucky Basketball Recruiting: Grades from 2014 McDonald's All-American Game
Andrew Nelles
Shooting guard Devin Booker is one of four Kentucky recruits to play in the McDonald's All-American Game.

It's funny how almost every one of college basketball's blue-blood programs actually competes in a blue uniform. Anything to make it easier to follow the game, right?

When the McDonald's All-American Game went down Wednesday night from (Marv Albert voice) The House That Jordan Built, United Center in Chicago, Illinois (end Marv Albert voice), the uniforms were black and red, but next season, most of them will be in blue.

Duke, Carolina, Kansas, UCLA, you know the deal. And among the truest of the blue bloods is the Kentucky Wildcats, who had a tied-for-a-game-high four commits suiting up in the Windy City.

Those commits—Devin Booker, Trey Lyles, Karl Towns and Tyler Ulis—are not the sort of five-star, can't-miss, once-in-a-generation paragons who get everyone all hot and bothered every so often. But they're still doggone good, and they'll surely help anchor another top-flight squad come this fall.

Here's how they performed at the game. Information capsules, national rankings and performance grades all included. 


All player rankings courtesy of 247sports.com

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