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2019 McDonald's All-American Boys Game

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2019 McDonald's All-American Boys Game
1st Half2nd Half Total
East 6055 115
West 4951 100
DateMarch 27, 2019
ArenaState Farm Arena
CityAtlanta, Georgia
MVP/MOPCole Anthony
OfficialsKellen Miliner, John Wilmer, Michael Woods
McDonald's All-American
20182020 >

The 2019 McDonald's All-American Boys Game was an All-star basketball game that was played on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, home of the Atlanta Hawks. The game's rosters featured the best and most highly recruited high school boys graduating in the class of 2019. The game was the 42nd annual version of the McDonald's All-American Game first played in 1977. Cole Anthony of the East had 14 points, five rebounds and seven assists, and was named the game's most valuable player (MVP).[1]

The 24 players were selected from 2,500 nominees by a committee of basketball experts. They were chosen not only for their on-court skills, but for their performances off the court as well. Coach Morgan Wootten, who had more than 1,200 wins as head basketball coach at DeMatha Catholic High School, was chairman of the selection committee.


When the rosters were announced on January 24, 2019, Arizona, Duke, Florida, Kentucky, and Villanova had two selectees, while the rest of the schools had one. At the announcement of roster selections, only 13 schools were represented and had 6 players uncommitted. The two highest rated players (Cole Anthony) was named to the East team. The West team was highlighted by (James Wiseman).[2] On January 21, Isaiah Stewart committed to Washington during the 2019 Spalding Hoophall Classic. [3] On February 11, Anthony Edwards committed to play for Georgia.[4] On April 19, Matthew Hurt committed to Duke (joining Moore and Carey Jr).[5] On April 23, Cole Anthony committed to North Carolina.[6] (joining Bacot) On May 17, Achiuwa committed to Memphis. On May 20, Watford committed to LSU. On May 21, McDaniels committed to Washington.

Team East

Name Height (ft-in) Weight (lbs) Position Hometown High school College choice
16 Precious Achiuwa 6-9 215 SF Bronx, New York Montverde Academy Memphis
2 Cole Anthony 6-3 185 PG Briarwood, New York Oak Hill Academy North Carolina
18 Armando Bacot 6-10 230 C Richmond, Virginia IMG Academy North Carolina
3 Vernon Carey Jr. 6-10 275 C Southwest Ranches, Florida NSU University School Duke
5 Anthony Edwards 6-4 205 SG Atlanta, Georgia Holy Spirit Preparatory School Georgia
25 Trayce Jackson-Davis 6-9 231 C Greenwood, Indiana Center Grove High School Indiana
21 Josiah-Jordan James 6-6 200 PG Charleston, South Carolina Porter-Gaud School Tennessee
12 Scottie Lewis 6-5 185 SF Colts Neck Township, New Jersey Ranney School Florida
6 Jaden McDaniels 6-10 185 PF Federal Way, Washington Federal Way High School Washington
19 Wendell Moore 6-6 215 SF Charlotte, North Carolina Cox Mill High School Duke
4 Isaiah Stewart 6-9 245 C Rochester, New York La Lumiere School Washington
22 Trendon Watford 6-8 210 PF Mountain Brook, Alabama Mountain Brook High School LSU

Team West

Name Height (ft-in) Weight (lbs) Position Hometown High school College choice
14 Bryan Antoine 6-5 170 SG Tinton Falls, New Jersey Ranney School Villanova
7 Josh Green 6-6 206 SG Bradenton, Florida IMG Academy Arizona
10 Matthew Hurt 6-8 214 PF Rochester, Minnesota John Marshall High School Duke
32 Tre Mann 6-4 185 PG Gainesville, Florida The Villages Charter High School Florida
8 Nico Mannion 6-3 180 PG Scottsdale, Arizona Pinnacle High School Arizona
11 Tyrese Maxey 6-4 185 SG Garland, Texas South Garland High School Kentucky
15 Isaiah Mobley 6-9 210 PF Temecula, California Rancho Christian School USC
20 Jeremiah Robinson-Earl 6-9 235 PF Overland Park, Kansas IMG Academy Villanova
37 Oscar Tshiebwe 6-8 230 C Sharon, Pennsylvania Kennedy Catholic High School West Virginia
9 Kahlil Whitney 6-7 200 SF Roselle, New Jersey Roselle Catholic High School Kentucky
33 Samuell Williamson 6-7 190 SF Rockwall, Texas Rockwall High School Louisville
1 James Wiseman 7-0 230 C Memphis, Tennessee East High School Memphis
^undecided at the time of roster selection
~undecided at game time


Box Score

March 27, 2019
07:00 pm ET
East 115–100 West
Scoring by half: 60–49, 55–51
Pts: Precious Achiuwa (22)
Rebs: Precious Achiuwa (9)
Asts: Cole Anthony (7)
Pts: James Wiseman, Tyrese Maxey, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (13)
Rebs: Oscar Tshiebwe (10)
Asts: Isaiah Mobley (4)


  1. ^ Jordan, Jason (March 27, 2019). "McDonald's All American Game: Cole Anthony leads East over the West". USA Today. Retrieved March 31, 2019.
  2. ^ "James Wiseman, Cole Anthony head McDonald's All-American rosters". Retrieved January 24, 2019.
  3. ^ "Isaiah Stewart, ranked No.5 in ESPN 100, picks Washington". Retrieved January 21, 2019.
  4. ^ "Guard Anthony Edwards opts to stay at home, commits to Georgia". Retrieved February 11, 2019.
  5. ^ "Matthew Hurt, the No.8 recruit in the Nation commits to Duke over Kansas, Kentucky, UNC". Retrieved April 19, 2019.
  6. ^ "No.2 prospect Anthony commits to Tar Heels". Retrieved April 23, 2019.
  7. ^ "McDonald's 42nd All American Game".
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