2004 McDonald's All-American Team

The secret is out. On ESPN Thursday the team was announced to a national audience. It was an easy year to pick the team given the talent in the Class of 2004.

The selection committee for the McDonald's All-American game did a nice job this year. There's always room for debate, but for the most part I find it hard to nitpick at the selection. A strong case can be made for Tello Palacios and some others.

Regardless, it's an excellent field and the very best high school stars are represented.

2004 McDonald's All-American Team (EAST)
RkPosNameHt/WtHome
1SF Randolph Morris6-11/270(Landmark Christian) Fairburn, GA
like Gay, he's coming into his own; shown flashes of greatness
6PG Rajon Rondo6-1/155(Oak Hill Academy) Mouth of Wilson, VA
no one worked harder during the year to make this team; late steal
7SG J.R. Smith6-5/210(St. Benedict Prep) Newark, NJ
skywalking athlete will factor into the dunk contest; rythym shooter
8SF Josh Smith6-8/195(Oak Hill Academy) Mouth of Wilson, VA
blessed with boat loads of ridiculous athleticism; loves to run the floor
9PG Sebastian Telfair5-11/170(Lincoln HS) Brooklyn, NY
child prodidy finally reaches the high point of his prep career
10PG Darius Washington5-11/160(Edgewater HS) Orlando, FL
might be the hardest of the high school guards to defend man-to-man
11PF Mike Williams6-7/215(Wilcox Central HS) Camden, AL
a terrific athlete at the four spot blessed with bounce and a live body


2004 McDonald's All-American Team (WEST)
RkPosNameHt/WtHome
1SG Marvin Williams6-8.5/222(Bremerton HS) Bremerton, WA
could wind up being the highest-rated H.S. player to attend college

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