2016 McDonald’s All-American rosters announced

High school basketball’s ultimate All-Star Game is set as the rosters for the 2016 McDonald’s All-American Game have been announced.

Needless to say, this year’s teams should be excellent. Check them out below!


  • Edrice “Bam” Adebayo, 6-foot-10, High Point Christian (High Point, NC) — committed to Kentucky
  • Udoka Azubuike, 6-foot-11, The Potter’s House Christian Academy (Jacksonville, FL) — undecided
  • Tony Bradley, 6-foot-11, Bartow High School (Roselle, NJ) — committed to North Carolina
  • Miles Bridges, 6-foot-6, Huntington Prep (Huntington, WV) — committed to Michigan State
  • Terrance Ferguson, 6-foot-5, Advanced Preparatory International (Dallas, TX) —committed to Alabama
  • De’Aaron Fox, 6-foot-3, Cypress Lakes High School (Katy, TX) — committed to Kentucky
  • Markelle Fultz, 6-foot-4, DeMatha Catholic High School (Hyattsville, MD) — committed to Washington
  • Andrew Jones, 6-foot-4, MacArthur High School (Irving, TX) — committed to Texas
  • Sacha Killeya-Jones, 6-foot-11, Virginia Epsiscopal School (Lynchburg, VA) — committed to Kentucky
  • V.J. King, 6-foot-7, Paul VI Catholic High School (Fairfax, VA) — committed to Louisville
  • Kobi Simmons, 6-foot-5, St. Francis High School (Alpharetta, GA) — committed to Arizona
  • Jayson Tatum, 6-foot-9, Chaminade College Prep (St. Louis, MO) — committed to Duke



  • Jarrett Allen, 6-foot-10, St. Stephens Episcopal School (Austin, TX) — undecided
  • Lonzo Ball, 6-foot-6, Chino Hills High School (Chino Hills, CA) — committed to UCLA
  • Marques Bolden, 6-foot-10, DeSoto High School (DeSoto, TX) — undecided
  • Zach Collins, 6-foot-10, Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas, NV) — committed to Gonzaga
  • Alterique Gilbert, 6-foot-1, Miller Grove High School (Lithonia, GA) — committed to UConn
  • Kyle Guy, 6-foot-2, Lawrence Central High School (Indianapolis, IN) — committed to Virginia
  • Dewan Huell, 6-foot-9, Miami Norland Senior High School (Miami, FL) — committed to Miami
  • Frank Jackson, 6-foot-4, Lone Peak High School (Highland, UT) — committed to Duke
  • Josh Jackson, 6-foot-7, Prolific Prep (Windsor, CA) — undecided
  • Josh Langford, 6-foot-5, Madison Academy (Madison, AL) — committed to Michigan State
  • T.J. Leaf, 6-foot-9, Foothills Christian High School (El Cajon, CA) — committed to UCLA
  • Malik Monk, 6-foot-3, Bentonville High School (Bentonville, AR) — committed to Kentucky

Notable absences from this year’s rosters are, most obviously, No. 1 2016 recruit and Duke commit Harry Giles, who is recovering from a torn ACL, and wing Dennis Smith, who enrolled early at N.C. State. Also missing are five-star prospects in Thon Maker and Wenyen Gabriel, both of whom are ineligible due to being fifth-year high school players.

Either way, though top players in Syracuse commit Tyus Battle and Michigan State’s Cassius Winston were clearly snubbed in favor of odd entries like Josh Jackson and Lonzo Ball, there’s still enough immense talent on both rosters that a great game should be had.

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