Best Prospects From 2014 McDonald's All-American Game

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  • McDonalds All American Game, Justin Jackson, Jahlil Okafor
  • Jahlil Okafor, Duke
  • Kelly Oubre Jr., Kansas
  • Emmanuel Mudiay, Larry Brown
  • Theo Pinson, University of North Carolina, Justin Jackson
  • Rashad Vaughn
  • Isaiah Whitehead, Abraham Lincoln High School
  • Kevon Looney
  • Cliff Alexander
  • Trey Lyles, Kentucky

Best Prospects From McDonald's All-American Game

Every year, the next generation of basketball stars are born at the McDonald's All-American Game. The 37th annual McDonald’s All-American game on Wednesday night at the United Center wasn’t an exception. The nation bared witness to 24 of the most elite high school basketball players, showcasing their talent and skills. In the end, the West earned a 105-102 victory over the East with University of North Carolina-bound Justin Jackson, who scored a game-high 23 points, and Duke-bound Jahlil Okafor, who added 17 points, being named co-MVP. Like Jackson and Okafor, plenty more players, such as Tyus Jones, James Blackmon Jr. and Emmanuel Mudiay, shined last night. Here, BET.com takes a look at the best pospects from the McDonalds All-American Game.

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