The McDonald's All-American rosters were released this evening.
The list consists of 15 of Scout.com's top 20 players, including all 10 of Scout.com's top 10. The list is led by Jahlil Okafor, the nation's top player, Myles Turner and Emmanuel Mudiay.
Duke and Kentucky have the most players participating, as all four signees for each school made the game. North Carolina landed three signees in the game. Kansas and UCLA each have two prospects on the list.
Kevon Looney and Thomas Welsh will both represent UCLA in the game. Looney, who signed with UCLA in November, is a power forward with a versatile skill set who projects to immediately slot in and compete for the starting spot next year. He's a good shooter for a big, while also being a plus rebounder and an effective ball handler for his size. He was one of the most impressive prospects we saw over the summer in Las Vegas during the evaluation periods.
Welsh is one of the more interesting prospects in recent memory, having gone from a real project as a recruit just a year ago to one of the best big man prospects in the entire country. Though not a great athlete, Welsh has continued to develop his body, while also enhancing his considerable skill level. Welsh has a very reliable mid-range jumper and has developed more confidence as a player over the last year, which has allowed him to become a better defensive player.
The Boys game tips off on Wednesday, April 2 at 9:30 ET at the United Center in Chicago, Ill.
Cliff Alexander -- Kansas
James Blackmon -- Indiana
Justin Jackson -- North Carolina
Tyus Jones -- Duke
Kevon Looney -- UCLA
Theo Pinson -- North Carolina
D'Angelo Russell -- Ohio State
Karl Towns -- Kentucky
Romelo Trimble -- Maryland
Myles Turner -- Undecided
Isaiah Whitehead -- Seton Hall
Justise Winslow -- Duke
Grayson Allen -- Duke
Joel Berry -- North Carolina
Devin Booker -- Kentucky
Stanley Johnson -- Arizona
Trey Lyles -- Kentucky
Emmanuel Mudiay -- SMU
Jahlil Okafor -- Duke
Kelly Oubre -- Kansas
Reid Travis -- Stanford
Tyler Ulis -- Kentucky
Rashad Vaughn -- Undecided
Thomas Welsh -- UCLA
Looney and Welsh in McDonald's Game
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