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Saturday / April 13.
  • 2021 McDonald’s All-American rosters released, virtual celebration set to take place April 3

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    The McDonald’s All-American Game selections are out for the 2021 class, despite this year’s game being canceled due to the pandemic.

    Michigan commits Kobe Bufkin, Moussa Diabaté and Caleb Houstan were all selected.

    Duke and Kentucky each had two commits selected to the rosters.

    Duke has now had 84 McDonald’s All-America selections – the most all-time – with 82 coming under head coach Mike Krzyzewski – the most by a coach. This is Duke’s 37th consecutive season with a McDonald’s All-America pick — the longest streak in the nation by 24 years.

    With its latest selections, Kentucky has signed 39 McDonald’s All Americans during the John Calipari era, more than any other school in the country during that period. Multiple players from each of Calipari’s signing classes have been tabbed McDonald’s All Americans, including five each in 2013 and 2017.

    Six undecided players — Patrick Baldwin Jr., Michael Foster, Jaden Hardy, Chet Holmgren, Trevor Keels and Hunter Sallis — were selected to the rosters.

    Sunrise Christian Academy (KS) has two players selected for the games in Baylor signee Kendall Brown and Tennessee signee Kennedy Chandler.

    The 2021 class will be honored through a virtual celebration that will highlight the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

    The celebration will be followed by a one-hour special on ESPN on Saturday, April 3.

    The full list of participants is provided below:

    NamePositionHeightHigh School (Location)College
    Patrick Baldwin Jr. Power Forward6’10”Hamilton High School (WI)Undecided
    Paolo BancheroCenter6’9″O’Dea High School (WA)Duke
    Nathan Bittle Center6’11”Prolific Prep (CA)Oregon
    Kendall BrownSmall Forward6’8″Sunrise Christian Academy (KS)Baylor
    Kobe BufkinShooting Guard6’4″Grand Rapids Christian (MI)Michigan
    Kennedy ChandlerPoint Guard6’1″Sunrise Christian Academy (KS)Tennessee
    Max ChristieShooting Guard6’7″Rolling Meadows High School (IL)Michigan State
    Daimion CollinsCenter6’9″Atlanta High School (TX)Kentucky
    J.D. DavisonPoint Guard6’2″Calhoun High School (AL)Alabama
    Moussa DiabatéPower Forward6’9″IMG Academy (FL)Michigan
    Michael FosterPower Forward6’8″Hillcrest Prep (AZ)Undecided
    Jackson GrantCenter6’10”Olympia High School (WA)Washington
    A.J. GriffinSmall Forward6’7″Archbishop Stepinac High School (NY)Duke
    Jaden HardyShooting Guard6’4″Coronado High School (NV)Undecided
    Nolan HickmanPoint Guard6’2″Wasatch Academy (WA)Kentucky
    Chet HolmgrenCenter7’1″Minnehaha Academy (MN) Undecided
    Caleb HoustanSmall Forward6’8″Montverde Academy (FL)Michigan
    Harrison IngramSmall Forward6’6″Saint Mark’s School (TX)Stanford
    Trevor KeelsShooting Guard6’3″Paul VI High School (VA)Undecided
    Aminu MohammedShooting Guard6’3″Greenwood Laboratory School (MO)Georgetown
    Daeshun RuffinPoint Guard5’9″Callaway High School (MS)Ole Miss
    Hunter SallisPoint Guard6’3″Millard North High School (NE)Undecided
    Jabari SmithPower Forward6’9″Sandy Creek High School (GA)Auburn
    Peyton WatsonSmall Forward6’7″Long Beach Polytechnic High School (CA)UCLA
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