2014 McDonald's All-American Game: Jahlil Okafor, Myles Turner lead rosters

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Jahlil Okafor will lead the West squad against Myles Turner's East team in the high school All-American clash.

The rosters for the 2014 McDonald's All-American Game were released on Wednesday, and as expected, top-ranked high school senior Jahlil Okafor is the head of his class. In front of his hometown of Chicago on April 2, the Whitney Young High School center will lead his West team against the East Team's Myles Turner and Cliff Alexander, respectively the second- and third-ranked prospects for the 2014 class.

Duke and Kentucky each placed four of their commits on the McDonald's roster, while Turner and Findlay College Prep guard Rashad Vaughn are the two undecided players named to the teams.

Apple Valley High School point guard Tyus Jones, the No. 4 overall recruit according to ESPN's Recruiting Nation, will team with fellow Duke commit Justise Winslow, a 6'6 small forward from Houston. Their East Team will face off against future Blue Devils on the West team in shooting guard Grayson Allen out of Jacksonville, Fla., and Okafor.

John Calipari's Kentucky class will be represented by center Karl Towns Jr. of the East, and on the West Team by power forward Trey Lyles, shooting guard Devin Booker and point guard Tyler Ulis.

North Carolina placed the swingman duo of Justin Jackson and Theo Pinson on the East Team, who will face future teammate Joel Berry on the West Team.

UCLA and Kansas each placed two players on the McDonald's roster, while Arizona, Ohio State, Stanford, Southern Methodist, Maryland, Indiana and Seton Hall each have one commit on either of the McDonald's squads.

East Team

Cliff Alexander, PF, Kansas
Myles Turner, C, Uncommitted
Tyus Jones, PG, Duke
Karl Towns, PF, Kentucky
James Blackmon, SG, Indiana
D'Angelo Russell, SG, Ohio State
Justin Jackson, SF, North Carolina
Romelo Trimble, PG, Maryland
Isaiah Whitehead, SG, Seton Hall
Theo Pinson, SF, North Carolina
Justise Winslow, SF, Duke
Kevon Looney, PF, UCLA

West Team

Jahlil Okafor, C, Duke
Emmanuel Miday, PG, SMU
Stanley Johnson, SF, Arizona
Trey Lyles, PF, Kentucky
Kelly Oubre, SF, Kansas
Rashad Vaughn, SG, Uncomitted
Joel Berry, PG, North Carolina
Reid Travis, PF, Stanford
Tyler Ulis, PG, Kentucky
Grayson Allen, SG, Duke
Devin Booker, SG, Kentucky
Thomas Welsh, C, UCLA

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