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February 18, 2009

2009 McDonald's All-Americans

The official list is out for the 32nd annual McDonalds All-American Game and NYCHoops.net has got it. This years list has 1 player from New York and 2 from New Jersey

OAK BROOK, Ill. (February 18, 2009) - McDonald's and the All American Basketball Games selection committee unveiled the 24 members of the 32nd Boys Game and 24 members of the eighth annual Girls Game on the ESPNU Selection Show today. The Games will be played on April 1 at the BankUnited Center in Miami, Fla.

This year, 48 players were selected from 2,500 nominees by a committee of basketball experts. They were chosen not only for their on-court skills, but for their performances off the court as well. Coach Morgan Wootten, who had more than 1,200 wins as head basketball coach at DeMatha High, is chairman of the selection committee. Legendary UCLA coach John Wooden, who has been involved in the McDonald's All American Games since its inception, serves as chairman of the Games and as an advisor to the selection committee.

Since 1977, more than 850 players have competed in the McDonald's All American Games, forming an elite list that reads like a "Who's Who" in basketball history. McDonald's All American athletes include NBA greats Alonzo Mourning (retired), Magic Johnson (retired), Kevin Garnett (Boston Celtics), LeBron James (Cleveland Cavaliers) and Carmelo Anthony (Denver Nuggets), as well as WNBA star Seimone Augustus (Minnesota Lynx) and Candace Parker (Los Angeles Sparks) and women's NCAA stars Tina Charles (Connecticut) and Maya Moore (Connecticut).

Tickets to the Games and POWERade® Jam Fest are available through Ticketmaster online by clicking here (Games) and here (Jam Fest), and by phone, (866) 909-GAME. POWERade Jam Fest will be held at the BankUnited Center on the University of Miami Coral Gables campus on March 30, 2009. The qualifying competition will begin at 7 p.m. ET and the finals will air live for the first time ever at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN2.


No.   Name Pos.     Hgt./Wgt .   High School, State (Hometown)     College

13.   Kenny Boynton, Jr.  G 6-3/190 American Heritage School, FL (Pompano Beach, FL)  

32. Dominic Cheek  G  6-6/185  St. Anthony High School, NJ (Jersey City, NJ)  

15   DeMarcus Cousins  C  6-11/265 LeFlore Magnet High School, AL (Mobile, AL)  

34.   Derrick Favors  F  6-9/235  South Atlanta High School, GA (Atlanta, GA)  
Georgia Tech

24.   Milton Jennings   F  6-9/215  Pinewood Preparatory School, SC (Cottageville, SC)  

4.     Ryan Kelly   F  6-10/217  Ravenscroft School, NC (Raleigh, NC)  

33.   Alex Oriakhi   C  6-9/240  Tilton School, NH (Lowell, MA)  

30.   Peyton Siva   G  6-0/175  Franklin High School, WA (Seattle, WA)  

1.     Lance Stephenson   F  6-6/220  Abraham Lincoln High School, NY (Brooklyn, NY)  

7.     Dexter Strickland   G  6-3/180  St. Patrick High School, NJ (Rahway, NJ)  
North Carolina

11.   Dante Taylor  F  6-9/230  National Christian Academy, MD (West Chester, NY)  

2.     Maalik Wayns   G  6-1/185  Roman Catholic High School, PA (Philadelphia, PA)  

Co-Head Coach    Darryl Burrows, Dillard High School (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
Co-Head Coach    Mark Lieberman, Monsignor Edward Pace High School (Miami Gardens, FL)
Assistant Coach    Derek Heard, Pasco High School (Dade City, FL)


No.     Name  Pos.   Hgt./Wgt.     High School, State (Hometown)     College

11.   Avery Bradley, Jr.   G   6-3/180  Findlay College Prep, NV (Puyallup, WA)  

3.     Abdul Gaddy, Jr.   G  6-3/183  Bellarmine Preparatory School, WA (Tacoma, WA)  

31.   Keith Gallon  C  6-9/293  Oak Hill Academy, VA (Huffman, TX)  

13.   Xavier Henry   G  6-6/225  Putnam City High School, OK (Oklahoma City, OK)  

22.   John Henson   F  6-10/200  Sickles High School, FL (Odessa, FL)  
North Carolina

33.   Wally Judge   F  6-9/230  Arlington Country Day School, FL (Landover, MD)  
Kansas State

5.     Tommy Mason-Griffin   G  5-11/192  James Madison High School, TX (Houston, TX)  

32.   Mason Plumlee   F  6-11/220  Christ School, NC (Winona Lake, IN)  

1.     Renardo Sidney, Jr.   C  6-10/250  Fairfax High School, CA (Los Angeles, CA)  

21.   Michael Snaer   G  6-5/200  Rancho Verde High School, CA (Moreno Valley, CA)  
Florida State

12.   David Wear   F  6-10/225  Mater Dei High School, CA (Huntington Beach, CA)  
North Carolina

24.   Travis Wear  F  6-10/230  Mater Dei High School, CA (Huntington Beach, CA)  
North Carolina

Head Coach    Pat Clatchey, Mount St. Joseph High School (Baltimore, MD)
Assistant Coach  Brett Davis, Mount St. Joseph High School (Baltimore, MD)
Assistant Coach   Doug Nicholas, Mount St. Joseph High School (Baltimore, MD)

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