McDonald's All-American breakdown: Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker headline rosters

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Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and a host of other talented high school players will take the court in the 2013 McDonald's All-American Game. We have information on every player on the East and West rosters here.

The 2013 McDonald's All-American rosters were announced on Thursday and to nobody's surprise, Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker headline the East and West picks.

Andrew Wiggins: 6-foot-8 forward, Huntington Prep (West Virginia)

Commitment: Undeclared

The Canadian product is the most coveted prospect in the class as an elite athlete with an exceptional and versatile skillset. There are few holes in his game and as a pro projects as a small forward. He's down to decided between North Carolina, Kansas, Kentucky and Florida State, according to CBS Sports.

Jabari Parker: 6-foot-8 forward, Simeon Career Academy (Illinois)

Commitment: Duke

Slowed and overweight by a broken foot this summer, the man Sports Illustrated called the best player since LeBron James will play for the Duke Blue Devils. Despite his struggles during his senior season, the multifaceted game of Parker has him near the top of the 2013 class.

Blog: Blue vs. Blue

Aaron Gordon: 6-foot-8 forward, Archbishop Mitty High School (California)

Commitment: Undecided

Some compare Gordon to Blake Griffin, and the under-sized power forward's athleticism is the reason why. While not greatly skilled, Gordon is a smart player with tremendous upside and drive. He is choosing between the Arizona Wildcats, Kentucky Wildcats, Washington Huskies and Oregon Ducks.

Andrew Harrison: 6-foot-5 point guard, Travis High School (Texas)

Commitment: Kentucky

While he's a plenty capable point guard, Harrison has the size and toughness to slide to the shooting guard spot. He is most dangerous as a playmaker and slasher in transition.

Blog: A Sea of Blue

James Young: 6-foot-6 forward, Rochester High School (Michigan)

Commitment: Kentucky

Always in attack mode, Young will join Calipari's freshman crop next season with a simple role -- score now and score later.

Blog: A Sea of Blue

Aaron Harrison: 6-foot-5 guard, Travis High School (Texas)

Commitment: Kentucky

The twin of fellow UK commit Andrew Harrison, Aaron Harrison played shooting guard alongside his brother on the Travis High School team. Similarly, he is a combo guard who excels playing off the ball and scoring in transition or off screens.

Blog: A Sea of Blue

Noah Vonleh: 6-foot-8 forward, New Hampton School (New Hampshire)

Commitment: Indiana

The Indiana Hoosiers will have a pretty good replacement for Cody Zeller after this season. Vonleh is more of a small forward and has the tools of a good scorer, but he's already a physical specimen who does his damage on the rebounding front as well.

Blog: The Crimson Quarry

Kasey Hill: 6-foot-1 guard, Montverde Academy (Florida)

Commitment: Florida

Some wonder whether Hill is coach Billy Donovan's best recruit ever, and the point guard from Montverde Academy has done everything to move himself up the recruiting rankings. The speedy guard knows how to get his teammates involved but also can go into attack mode when need be.

Blog: Alligator Army

Jarrell Martin: 6-foot-8 forward, Madison Prep (Louisiana)

Commitment: LSU

A lanky small forward who has room to grow, Martin's athleticism and knack for thriving in an uptempo game has some comparing him to athletic LSU Tigers forwards of the past in Tyrus Thomas.

Blog: And the Valley Shook

Dakari Johnson: 6-foot-10 center, Montverde Academy (Florida)

Commitment: Kentucky

The big-time center recruit should bolster the middle of Kentucky's lineup after the Wildcats will presumably lose Nerlens Noel to the NBA. Unlike Noel, Johnson is a big body who has skill but can also face up for short jumpers.

Blog: A Sea of Blue

Wayne Selden: 6-foot-5 guard, Tilton High School (New Hampshire)

Commitment: Kansas

While he could use some work on his long-range jumper, Selden is an undersized scoring wing who is powerfully built and very good as a finisher while slashing to the hole.

Blog: Rock Chalk Talk

Bobby Portis: 6-foot-9 power forward, Hall High School (Arkansas)

Commitment: Arkansas

The big man has the athleticism and size to be a stereotypical power forward. Although he might fall in love with his perimeter shot too much, that's more of a hint that he has a great turnaround jumper.

Blog: Arkansas Expats

Chris Walker: 6-foot-9 forward, Holmes County High School (Florida)

Commitment: Florida

A slim combo forward, Walker could use to pack on more pounds, but he's a talented shot-blocker and on offense works well in transition.

Blog: Alligator Army

Rondae Jefferson: 6-foot-7 small forward, Chester High School (Pennsylvania)

Commitment: Arizona

Jefferson is a lefty small forward that has a high motor, adept passing skills and is most impressive as one of the better defensive players in the 2013 class.

Blog: Arizona Desert Swarm

Isaiah Hicks: 6-foot-8 forward, J.F. Webb High School (North Carolina)

Commitment: North Carolina

A raw athlete, Hicks doesn't have a go-to offensive move, but he has a sound natural feel for the game and can affect it in numerous ways.

Blog: Blue vs. Blue

Anthony Barber: 6-foot-2 point guard, Hampton High School (Virginia)

Commitment: NC State

Barber's speed, size and length make him a terrific point guard prospect, but his jumpshot leaves a lot to be desired. Despite his shot being a work-in-progress, Barber recently set a district scoring record.

Blog: Backing the Pack

Isaac Hamilton: 6-foot-4 shooting guard, St. John Bosco High School (California)

Commitment: UTEP

Hamilton is a well-rounded player, consistently showing the ability to slash, shoot and pass. He has shown the tendency to hog the ball, but is also often in a class of his own on the floor.

Blog: Miner Rush

Marcus Lee: 6-foot-9 power forward, Deer Valley High School (California)

Commitment: Kentucky

Lee possesses elite athleticism but lacks strength, which affects his ability to score from the post at times but hasn't stopped him from rebounding and blocking shots at an eye-popping rate.

Blog: A Sea of Blue

Keith Frazier: 6-foot-5 shooting guard, Justin F. Kimball High School (Texas)

Commitment: Undecided

Frazier has a chance to become a big-time scorer at the college level, although his mid-range game could use some improvement. Frazier is considering SMU, Texas Tech, Texas and Texas A&M, according to Adam Zagoria.

Jabari Bird: 6-foot-5 shooting guard, Salesian High School (California)

Commitment: California

Despite being impatient at times, Bird can score from anywhere on the floor -- including in the paint, where he has the ability to put on a show.

Blog: California Golden Blogs

Demetrius Jackson: 6-foot-1 point guard, Marian High School (Indiana)

Commitment: Notre Dame

Jackson isn't a great three-point shooter, but his game inside the arc is solid. He has nice drive-and-kick skills and can finish at the rim. Jackson is also lauded for his leadership abilities.

Blog: One Foot Down

Matt Jones: 6-foot-4 shooting guard, DeSoto High School (Texas)

Commitment: Duke

Jones is a prototypical shooting guard, possessing the ability to score inside and out. His defense is a work-in-progress, but he is patient beyond his years on the offensive end of the floor.

Blog: Blue vs. Blue

Kennedy Meeks: 6-foot-9 center, West Charlotte High School (North Carolina)

Commitment: North Carolina

Meeks is pushing 300 pounds, so naturally his conditioning and weight will be under constant scrutiny. However, he is a great passer for his size, demonstrates good footwork around the basket and possesses good hands. Meeks recently surpassed the 1,000-point mark for his high school career.

Blog: Blue vs. Blue

Nigel Williams-Goss: 6-foot-3 point guard, Findlay Prep (Nevada)

Commitment: Washington

What Williams-Goss lacks in speed and quickness, he makes up for in size, fundamentals and leadership. Williams-Goss recently shined in the national spotlight in a win over the country's top-ranked team.

Blog: UW Dawg Pound

EAST TEAM

Name

Pos

Hgt

High School

College

Anthony Barber

G

6-2

Hampton, Va.

NC State

Keith Frazier

G

6-5

Justin F. Kimball (Dallas)

Undecided

Isaiah Hicks

F

6-8

J.F. Webb (Oxford, N.C.)

North Carolina

Kasey Hill

G

6-1

Montverde (Fla.) Academy

Florida

Demetrius Jackson

G

6-1

Marian (Mishawaka, Ind.)

Notre Dame

Rondae Jefferson

G/F

6-7

Chester, Pa.

Arizona

Dakari Johnson

C

6-10

Montverde (Fla.) Academy

Kentucky

Kennedy Meeks

C

6-9

West Charlotte, N.C.

North Carolina

Wayne Selden

G

6-5

Tilton (N.H.) School

Kansas

Noah Vonleh

F

6-8

New Hampton, N.H.

Indiana

Chris Walker

C/F

6-9

Holmes County (Bonifay, Fla.)

Florida

Andrew Wiggins

F

6-8

Huntington (W.Va.) Prep

Undecided

Head Coach:

Freddy Johnson, Greensboro (N.C.) Day School

Asst. Coach:

Steve Shelton, Greensboro (N.C.) Day School

Asst. Coach:

Jeff Smith, Greensboro (N.C.) Day School

WEST TEAM

Name

Pos

Hgt

High School

College

Jabari Bird

G/F

6-6

Salesian (Richmond, Calif.)

California

Aaron Gordon

F

6-8

Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.)

Undecided

Isaac Hamilton

G

6-5

St. John Bosco (Los Angeles)

UTEP

Aaron Harrison

G

6-5

Travis (Richmond, Texas)

Kentucky

Andrew Harrison

G

6-5

Travis (Richmond, Texas)

Kentucky

Matt Jones

G

6-4

DeSoto, Texas

Duke

Marcus Lee

F/C

6-9

Deer Valley (Antioch, Calif.)

Kentucky

Jarrell Martin

F

6-8

Madison Prep (Baton Rouge)

LSU

Jabari Parker

F

6-8

Simeon Career Academy (Chicago)

Duke

Bobby Portis

F/C

6-9

Hall (Little Rock, Ark.)

Arkansas

Nigel Williams-Goss

G

6-3

Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.)

Washington

James Young

F

6-7

Rochester, Minn.

Kentucky

Head Coach:

Mike Flaherty, Mt. Carmel, Ill.

Asst. Coach:

Jasper Williams, Bloom (Olympia Fields, Ill.)

Asst. Coach:

Brian Flaherty, Bremen (Chicago)

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