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Boost Mobile First Dozen Revealed

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The first 12 players selected to participate in the sixth annual Boost Mobile Elite 24 event have been announced.

Featuring 24 of the top high school basketball players from across the nation, Boost Mobile Elite 24 participants are selected by high school basketball experts from ESPN RISE and other talent evaluators.

Players are selected based on their performance during AAU tournaments and national summer camps. The 2011 Boost Mobile Elite 24 will be held at the Venice Beach Courts in Los Angeles on Aug. 26-27.

The game airs live on ESPNU on Saturday at 7 p.m. EDT.

Here is the roster, courtesy ESPN Rise. Photo courtesy Scott Kurtz.

 

Boost Mobile Elite 24 – 2011 Roster Release I

Pos.

Name

Class

Height

Weight

High School

ESPNU Rank

PG

Kyle Anderson

2012

6’7″

210

St. Anthony
(Jersey City, N.J.)

No. 10 ESPNU 100

PF

Anthony Bennett

 2012

6’8″

230

Findlay Prep
(Henderson, Nev.)

No. 46 ESPNU 100

C

DaJuan Coleman

 2012

6’10”

280

Jamesville-DeWitt
(DeWitt, N.Y.)

No. 5 ESPNU 100

PF

Perry Ellis

2012

6’8″

220

Wichita Heights
(Wichita, Kan.)

No. 19 ESPNU 100

PF

Grant Jerrett

2012

6’9″

200

Lutheran
(La Verne, Calif.)

No. 15 ESPNU 100

PF

Mitch McGary

 2012

6’10”

225

Brewster Academy
(Wolfeboro, N.H.)

No. 4 ESPNU 100

SF

Shabazz Muhammad

2012

6’6″

205

Bishop Gorman
(Las Vegas, Nev.)

No. 3 ESPNU 100

PF

Julius Randle

2013

6’9″

225

Prestonwood Christian
(Plano, Texas)

No. 1 ESPNU Super 60

PG

Marcus Paige

2012

6’1″

160

Linn-Mar
(Marion, Iowa)

No. 27 ESPNU 100

PF

Tony Parker

2012

6’9″

270

Miller Grove
(Lithonia, Ga.)

No. 25 ESPNU 100

SG

Rodney Purvis

2012

6’4″

185

Upper Room Christian
(Raleigh, N.C)

No. 7 ESPNU 100

C

Cameron Ridley

2012

6’10”

230

Bush
(Fort Bend, Texas)

No. 11 ESPNU 100

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Adam Zagoria is a New York Times contributor and Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. He is the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist whose articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Sports Illustrated, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. 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.

  • Grant Jerrett getting that love.

    Brandon Ashley and Grant Jerrett- Best forwards in da West.

    Good to hear of Shabazz making it.

    Imagine these three playing on the same team.
    Could be…Ron H.