Two future Louisville women's players - Kyle Shook and Ciera Johnson - named to McDonald's All-American game

Two future University of Louisville women's basketball players - Kylee Shook and Ciera Johnson - have been named McDonald's All-Americans. The two will play in the McDonald's game on March 30 in Chicago.

University of Louisville women's basketball coach Jeff Walz has a couple more McDonald's All-Americans on the way.

Two of Walz's five-member class - Kylee Shook and Ciera Johnson - were named to the March 30 McDonald's All-American game. Shook is on the West and Johnson will be on the East squad.

Louisville’s two selections are tied for the most in the Atlantic Coast Conference and give the Cardinals nine in school history, seven in the last three seasons for Walz and his staff.

The 6-foot-4 Johnson is from Duncanville, Tx., and is a five-star recruit according to espnW HoopGurlz. She's ranked as the No. 15 player in the Class of 2016 and averages a double-double for Duncanville.

The 6-foot-5 Shook is from Colorado Springs, Colo., and ranks as the No. 18 player in the '16 class. Shook is averaging 29.6 points and 15.0 rebounds to go along with 4.9 blocks per game. 

Last year, Asia Durr, Taja Cole, and Sam Fuehring each were named to the McDonald’s All-American Game, while Myisha Hines-Allen and mariya Moore played in the game two years ago.


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