Bronny, D.J. Wagner highlight 2023 McDonald's All-Americans
Bronny James, Justin Edwards, and D.J. Wagner were among the 24 men's players selected to the 2023 McDonald's All-American Game on Tuesday.
James, the second-highest-ranked prospect in the ESPN 100 yet to commit to a school for next season, will play in the contest 20 years after his father, LeBron, took part.
Edwards and Wagner, who are both headed to Kentucky, are ESPN's Nos. 1 and 2 recruits, respectively. Wagner's father, Dajuan, participated in the event in 2001. Aaron Bradshaw and Reed Sheppard are the other two Wildcats selected for the contest.
Another notable name is Stanford commit Andrej Stojakovic, son of three-time All-Star Peja.
|Xavier Booker||C||6-10||Michigan State|
|Omaha Biliew||F||6-9||Iowa State|
|Jeremy Fears||G||6-2||Michigan State|
|Brandon Garrison||C||6-9||Oklahoma State|
The event will take place at the Toyota Center in Houston on March 28. It'll be the first time the game is hosted in the city, which was originally set to host the event in 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic forced its cancellation.
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