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Monday / October 22.
  • All-American Championship Rosters Posted

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    Forty of the best high school boys basketball players in the country have committed to participate in the inaugural All-American Championship, which will take place April 3 in Houston, Texas.

    “Our goal for the All-American Championship is to provide avid fans of college basketball the chance to see the next generation of All-Americans and we have realized that goal,” says Gazelle Group president Rick Giles. “These forty players have already made their marks on high school basketball and will, without doubt, make their marks on the college game. I am proud that we have been able to assemble such a talented group of young men and look forward to a great day of basketball.”

    Here are the rosters:


    2011 ROSTERS
    Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/School College
    Tracy Abrams G 6‐1 Sr. Chicago, Ill./Mount Carmel Illinois
    Ryan Boatright G 5‐11 Sr. Aurora, Ill./Aurora East Connecticut
    Kevin Ferrell G 5‐11 Jr. Indianapolis, Ind./Park Tudor School Indiana
    Gary Harris G 6‐4 Jr. Fishers, Ind./Hamilton Southeastern Undeclared
    Mycheal Henry F 6‐5 Sr. Chicago, Ill./Orr Illinois
    Hanner Mosquera‐Perea F 6‐8 Jr. LaPorte, Ind./La Lumiere School Indiana
    Chasson Randle G 6‐2 Sr. Rock Island, Ill./Rock Island Stanford
    D’Vauntes Smith‐Rivera G 6‐3 Jr. Indianapolis, Ind./North Central Undeclared
    Sam Thompson F 6‐6 Sr. Chicago, Ill./Whitney Young Ohio State
    B.J. Young G 6‐4 Sr. Florissant, Mo./McCluer North Arkansas
    Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/School College
    Tyler Adams C 6‐9 Sr. Brandon, Miss./Brandon Georgetown
    Robert Carter F 6‐7 Jr. Thomasville, Ga./Thomasville Undeclared
    Rodney Hood F 6‐7 Sr. Meridian, Miss./Meridian Mississippi State
    Ky Madden G 6‐4 Sr. Lepanto, Ark./East Poinsett County Arkansas
    Dai‐Jon Parker G 6‐3 Sr. Alpharetta, Ga./Milton Vanderbilt
    Tony Parker C 6‐9 Jr. Lithonia, Ga./Miller Grove Undeclared
    Sir’Dominic Pointer F 6‐7 Sr. Fraser, Mich./Quality Education Academy (N.C.) St. John’s
    Levi Randolph G 6‐5 Sr. Madison, Ala./Bob Jones Alabama
    Julian Royal F 6‐8 Sr. Milton, Ga./Milton Georgia Tech
    Josiah Turner G 6‐3 Sr. Sacramento, Calif./Quality Education Academy (N.C.) Arizona
    Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/School College
    Dajuan Coleman F/C 6‐8 Jr. DeWitt, N.Y./Jamesville‐DeWitt Undeclared
    Michael Gbinije F 6‐6 Sr. Chester, Va.,/Benedictine School Duke
    Maurice Harkless F 6‐6 Sr. Jamaica, N.Y./South Kent School (Conn.) St. John’s
    Jabarie Hinds G 5‐11 Sr. Mount Vernon, N.Y./Mount Vernon West Virginia
    Desmond Hubert C 6‐9 Sr. Cream Ridge, N.J./New Egypt Undeclared
    Tyrone Johnson G 6‐2 Sr. Plainfield, N.J./Montrose Christian Academy (Md.) Villanova
    Myles Mack G 5‐10 Sr. Paterson, N.J./St. Anthony Rutgers
    Alex Murphy F 6‐8 Jr. Wakefield, R.I./St. Mark’s School (Mass.) Duke
    LaQuinton Ross F 6‐8 Sr. Burlington, N.J./Life Center Academy Ohio State
    Jakarr Sampson F 6‐8 Sr. Akron, Ohio/Brewster Academy (N.H.) St. John’s
    Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/School College
    Ryan Anderson F 6‐8 Sr. Lakewood, Calif./Long Beach Polytechnic Boston College
    Shaquille Cleare C 6‐9 Jr. Houston, Texas/The Village School Undeclared
    Perry Ellis F 6‐8 Jr. Wichita, Kan./Wichita Heights Undeclared
    D’Angelo Harrison G 6‐3 Sr. Missouri City, Texas/Dulles St. John’s
    Julien Lewis G 6‐3 Sr. Texas City, Texas/La Marque Texas
    Shabazz Muhammad G/F 6‐5 Jr. Las Vegas, Nev./Bishop Gorman Undeclared
    Norman Powell G 6‐4 Sr. Spring Valley, Calif./Lincoln UCLA
    Cameron Ridley C 6‐10 Jr. Richmond, Texas/Bush Texas
    L.J. Rose G 6‐3 Jr. Houston, Texas/Second Baptist School Undeclared
    Rasheed Sulaimon G 6‐3 Jr. Houston, Texas/Strake Jesuit College Prep Duke

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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.