The McDonald's All-American game is one of the biggest all-star events in high school sports. Receiving an invitation to play in the prestigious event is one of the biggest compliments a high school basketball player can receive. This year's game will take place April 1at the United Center in Chicago.
Here's a rundown of the 24 players that received the nod for this year's star-studded event, followed by some conference and state superlatives...
Dwayne Bacon, SF (Florida State)
Antonio Blakeney, SG (LSU)
Isaiah Briscoe, PG (Kentucky)
Jaylen Brown, SF
Thomas Bryant, PF
Cheick Diallo, C
Henry Ellenson, PF (Marquette)
Jawun Evans, PG (Oklahoma State)
Luke Kennard, SG (Duke)
Dedric Lawson, PF (Memphis)
Ben Simmons, SF (LSU)
Diamond Stone, C
Carlton Bragg, PF (Kansas)
Jalen Brunson, PG (Villanova)
Deyonta Davis, PF (Michigan State)
P.J. Dozier, PG (South Carolina)
Brandon Ingram, SF
Chase Jeter, C (Duke)
Malik Newman, SG
Ivan Rabb, PF
Malachi Richardson, SF (Syracuse)
Caleb Swanigan, C
Allonzo Trier, SG (Arizona)
Stephen Zimmerman, PF
The SEC and ACC currently boast the most McDonald's All-Americans. They each have four players named to the game.
SEC and ACC: 4 players
Big 12 and Big East: 2 players
Big 10, Pac-12, and AAC: 1 player
Here's a look at things state-by-state, based on where each player attends high school right now. Nevada leads the way with 3 players.
Nevada: 3 players
Florida, Wisconsin, Ohio, New Jersey: 2 players
Georgia, Virginia, New York, California, Indiana, Tennessee, Illinois, Texas, Michigan, West Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Mississippi each have one player represented.
Biggest snub: Tyler Dorsey and Tyler Davis