Many of the nation's top high school basketball players will take the floor for the McDonald's All-American Game on Wednesday night at the United Center in Chicago. The contest will feature players committed to Kentucky, North Carolina, Florida, Notre Dame, Arizona, Indiana, Cal, UTEP, LSU, Duke, Arkansas, Washington, and NC State while offering a glimpse into the future of college basketball and the NBA Draft.
Andrew Wiggins, considered by many to be the top player in the 2013 class, headlines the rosters. The Canadian is still uncommitted and holds offers from Duke, Florida State, Kansas, North Carolina, and Kentucky. He'll be playing for the East on Wednesday night.
This will be the 36th edition of the McDonald's All-American Game, and the first in which six different players committed to the same program are participating. That program would be John Calipari's Kentucky squad, and the players are Dakari Johnson, Julius Randle , Aaron and Andrew Harrison, Marcus Lee, and James Young. Johnson and Randle represent the East team, while the other four will get a taste of playing together for the West.
Duke, Florida, and North Carolina also have multiple signees in the game. Matt Jones and Jabari Parker are headed to Durham, Kasey Hill and Chris Walker are on their way to Gainesville and Isaiah Hicks and Kennedy Meeks are set to play in Chapel Hill.
Complete rosters can be found at the McDonald's All-American Game's official site.
Date: April 3, 2013
Game time, TV: 9:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Location: United Center, Chicago