Scheduled for April 17, the Jordan Capital Classic is one of the top three high school all-star games in the nation along with the McDonald's All-America game and the EA Sports Roundball Classic. The contest will be telvised live by ESPN2.
Interestingly, Telfair is scheduled to play in all three contests. Should he elect to participate in all three games, his collegiate eligiblity would end. High school players are allowed to participate in just two such game.
Additionally, the Coney Island senior will play for the USA Basketball Men's Junior National Select Team that will participate in the 7th annual Hoop Summit sponsored by Nike in San Antonio on April 4.
Whether or not Telfair elects to play in all three games remains to be seen.
The 6'9 Johnson, who helped lead Oak Hill Academy to the high school National Title and a 38-0 record, is also set to play in the Kentucky Derby Festival Classic in Freedom Hall.