With the release of the 2010 McDonald’s All-American rosters come the usual bevy of future ACC players who are honored by this annual showcase game.
Here’s a rundown of the four Mickey D’s players who have already committed to the ACC.
North Carolina has three players who will be suiting up, including Reggie Bullock (SG/SF, 6′6″, 2010), Kendall Marshall (PG, 6′4″, 2010), and Harrison Barnes (SF, 6′8″, 2010). Barnes may be the top prize in the 2010 class, and it may be tough to keep him in Chapel Hill longer than one season.
Duke will be represented by Kyrie Irving (PG, 6′3″, 2010), another player who is special enough that the term "one and done" may apply. A fast player who can handle the ball incredibly well on the break, Irving has Duke fans already salivating at the prospect of his running the team.
Of the remaining undecideds, only C.J. Leslie (SF, 6′9″, 2010) is thought to be considering an ACC school, down to either hometown NC State or Kentucky. Brandon Knight (SG, 6′4″, 2010) had been considering his hometown school of Miami but eliminated them recently.
Although most fans only see the players who make the final roster, there are a lot of players who are nominated but don’t make the final selection. You can view all of the nominated players here.
The game will take place on March 31, 2010 at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio. ESPN will televise the boys’ game at 8:00 pm EST, with the girls’ game being shown earlier on ESPNU at 5:30 pm EST.
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