D.C. Area Students Nominated for Mc Donald's All American Games
1/19/2012, 3:23 p.m.
Several students from the D.C. region have been nominated for the 2012 McDonald's All American High School Basketball Games.
In recently making the announcement, McDonald's list of local high school seniors include Jephany Brown from Howard D. Woodson High School in D.C. Brown joins:
Kayode Ajenifuja, High Point High School, Beltsville MD
Justin Anderson Montrose, Christian School, Rockville MD
Dominique Fortune, High Point High School, Beltsville MD
Jerami Grant, DeMatha Catholic High School, Hyattsville MD
Jarred Jones, The John Carroll School, Bel Air MD
James Robinson, DeMatha Catholic High School, Hyattsville MD
The 2012 games, which take place for the second consecutive year on March 28 at the United Center in Chicago, will include the participation of 24 boys and 24 girls.
The games will be revealed during the McDonald's All American Games Selection Show, airing at 5 p.m., Feb. 9 (ET) on ESPNU.
Six-hundred players from across the country were nominated for the 2012 McDonald's All American Games, with Iowa maintaining the highest number of nominees (77), followed by Texas (69),Washington (36), Tennessee (32) and Georgia (31).
Players were nominated by high school coaches, athletic directors, principals and members of the McDonald's All American Games Selection Committee. The complete list of nominees is available at www.mcdaag.com.
"The McDonald's All American Games presents the finest opportunity to preview the country's best up and coming basketball talent," said Morgan Wootten, McDonald's All American Games Selection Committee Chairman. "This year's nominees represent some of the top student-athletes in the country. We are privileged to acknowledge these individuals for their success on the basketball court,in the classroom, and in the community."
2012 McDonald's All American Games Tickets Available No
Tickets for the 2012 McDonald's All American Games are available through Ticketmaster or charge-by-phone at 1-866-909-GAME.
Net proceeds from ticket sales benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana (RMHC-CNI).