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2011 McDonald's All American Game Will Feature Two Future Big 12ers

The rosters for the 2011 McDonalds All American game were announced today and two future Big 12ers will be playing in the all-star event.

Oklahoma State Cowboy commit LeBryan Nash, a 6'7" small forward, and future Texas Longhorn Myck Kabongo,  a 6'2" point guard, will represent the conference on March 30, 2011 at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.

Last year the league saw four play in the game as Texas' Cory Joseph and Tristan Thompson, Kansas' Josh Selby and Baylor's Perry Jones III all made the rosters.

The Kentucky Wildcats continued their overwhelming presence at the event, placing four future Wildcats into the game: Anthony Davis, Michael Gilchrist, Marquis Teague and Kyle Wiltjer. This is one more than they had in 2010.

Other schools with multiple players are Duke with three; Syracuse, Louisville, Ohio State and North Carolina each landed two signees apiece.

The four Kentucky commits helped the SEC tie the Big East with the most future players, each registering six. The ACC had five guys, while the Big 10 had four and the Big 12 two. Memphis' Adonis Thomas was the only C-USA player to make the squad.

You can catch the game on ESPN on March 30.

Complete rosters after The Jump.



Player Height Weight Position Home High School College
Bradley Beal 6'3" 177 G St. Louis, MO, U.S. Chaminade College Prep School Florida
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 6'4" 190 G Greenville, GA, U.S. Greenville HS Georgia
Michael Carter-Williams 6'5" 175 G Hamilton, MA, U.S. St. Andrew's School Syracuse
Quinn Cook 6'1" 180 G Hyattsville, MD, U.S. Oak Hill Academy Duke
PJ Hairston 6'6" 220 G Greensboro, NC, U.S. Hargrave Military Academy North Carolina
Shannon Scott 6'2" 170 G Alpharetta, GA, U.S. Milton HS Ohio State
Chane Behanan 6'7" 230 F Bowling Green, KY, U.S. Bowling Green HS Louisville
Rakeem Christmas 6'9" 222 F Philadelphia PA, U.S. Academy of the New Church Syracuse
Michael Gilchrist 6'7" 210 F Somerdale, NJ, U.S. St. Patrick HS Kentucky
James McAdoo 6'8" 216 F Norfolk, VA, U.S. Norfolk Christian North Carolina
Johnny O'Bryant III 6'10" 245 C Cleveland, MS, U.S. East Side HS LSU
Marshall Plumlee 6'11" 245 F Warsaw, IN, U.S. Christ School Duke

Head Coach: Bob Cimino, Mt. Vernon, NY (Mt. Vernon High School)
Asst. Coach: Brian Pritchett, Mt. Vernon, NY (Mt. Vernon High School)


Player Height Weight Position Home High School College
Wayne Blackshear 6'5" 205 G Chicago, IL, U.S. Morgan Park HS Louisville
Branden Dawson 6'6" 220 G Gary, IN, U.S. Lew Wallace HS Michigan State
Myck Kabongo 6'2" 170 G Toronto, ON, CAN Findlay Prep Texas
Austin Rivers 6'4" 189 G Winter Park, FL, U.S. Winter Park HS Duke
Marquis Teague 6'2" 175 G Indianapolis, IN, U.S. Pike HS Kentucky
Khem Birch 6'9" 210 F Montreal, QC, CAN Notre Dame Prep Pittsburgh
Anthony Davis 6'10" 200 F Chicago, IL, U.S. Perspectives Charter School Kentucky
LeBryan Nash 6'7" 230 F Dallas, TX, U.S. Lincoln HS Oklahoma State
Adonis Thomas 6'6" 210 F Memphis, TN, U.S. Melrose HS Memphis
Amir Williams 6'10" 220 C Birmingham, MI, U.S. Detroit Country Day School Ohio State
Kyle Wiltjer 6'9" 221 F Portland, OR, U.S. Jesuit HS Kentucky
Cody Zeller 6'11" 210 F Washington, IN, U.S. Washington HS Indiana

Head Coach: Gene Pingatore, Westchester, IL. (St. Joseph High School)
Asst. Coach: Bill Riley, Westchester, IL. (St. Joseph High School)
Asst. Coach: Daryl Thomas, Westchester, IL. (St. Joseph High School)