McDonald's Announces Rosters

For the 34th time the McDonald's All-American committee has released their rosters. Kentucky scored the most prospects in the game, but five other programs reeled in multiple All-Americans.

After weeks of speculating the McDonald's All-American rosters are out.

Anthony Davis is the nation's top prospect and the headliner for the event that will take place in his hometown – Chicago (Ill.) -- at the United Center on March 30th. The game also features Chicago native Wayne Blackshear.

Nine of's top 10 prospect made the game and 19 of the top 25. Quincy Miller, who is ranked No. 2 overall, is the highest player to not make the game. He suffered an ACL injury at the beginning of the season and wasn't eligible.

The other prospects among the top 25 that weren't selected were Jabari Brown (No. 14), Josiah Turner (No. 15), B.J. Young (No. 19), Michael Gbinije (No. 23) and Rodney Hood (No. 24). Gbinije was ineligible due to attending high school for five years.

The prospects that made the game that are ranked outside of's top 25 were Chane Behanan, Michael Carter-Williams, Shannon Scott, Marshall Plumlee and Amir Williams.

The Kentucky Wildcats scored the most burger boys this year. John Calipari's entire four-man class of Davis, Marquis Teague, Michael Gilchrist and Kyle Wiltjer will participate in the game.

Five other schools secured multiple McDonald's All-Americans. Duke had three prospects make the game, while Louisville, Syracuse, North Carolina and Ohio State each have a pair in the game.

East Team
Brad BealFlorida – No. 8
Chane Behanan – Louisville – No. 27
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope – Georgia -- No. 13
Michael Carter-Williams – Syracuse -- No. 30
Rakeem Christmas – Syracuse – No. 16
Quinn CookDuke – No. 21
Michael GilchristKentucky – No. 4
P.J. HairstonNorth Carolina – No. 20
James McAdoo – North Carolina – No. 7
Johnny O'Bryant – LSU – No. 25
Marshall Plumlee – Duke – No. 67
Shannon Scott – Ohio State – No. 38

West Team
Khem BirchPittsburgh – No. 10
Wayne Blackshear – Louisville – No. 12
Anthony Davis – Kentucky – No. 1
Branden DawsonMichigan State – No. 18
Myck KabongoTexas – No. 11
LeBryan NashOklahoma State – No. 5
Austin Rivers – Duke – No. 3
Marquis Teague – Kentucky – No. 6
Adonis ThomasMemphis – No. 9
Amir Williams – Ohio State – No. 42
Kyle Wiltjer – Kentucky – No. 22
Cody ZellerIndiana – No. 17

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