The basketball stars of tomorrow heard their names called Sunday night when the rosters for the prestigious 2017 McDonald’s All-American were announced.
Of the participants, seven still haven’t decided where they will play basketball at the college level.
But for those who have chosen their residence at the next level, typical blue-blood programs Duke, Kentucky, and UCLA dominated the field.
The Wildcats hold commitments from four players on the East team: guard Quade Green, center Nick Richards, forwards P.J. Washington and Jarred Vanderbilt.
Kentucky has signed 60 McDonald’s All-Americans since the team began in 1977.