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McDonald's All-American rosters

Group features three North Carolina signees

Posted: Wednesday February 20, 2008 2:34PM; Updated: Wednesday February 20, 2008 2:34PM
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Though state playoff races are underway across the nation, rosters for the McDonald's All- American game have been announced.

Eight ACC recruits highlight the group, led by North Carolina's haul of three signees (Ed Davis, Larry Drew Jr. and Tyler Zeller). Virginia-bound Sylven Landesberg, Georgia Tech recruit Iman Shumpert and Duke-bound Elliot Williams were also honored.

Five selectees will play in the Pac 10, including UCLA's future backcourt of Jrue Holiday and Malcolm Lee. Rival USC landed one extra value signee in Compton, Calif. native Demar Derozan.

Though stars Tyreke Evans and Scotty Hopson have yet to decide on a college, they will bring their star power to Milwaukee where the game will be played on March 26 at the Bradley Center.

Nevada managed to keep forward Luke Babbitt, a 6-foot-8, 225-pound force, in-state, and he may be the biggest star heading to a mid-major.

Here are the rosters:

Name Position Ht./Wt. High School College
Al-Farouq Aminu F 6-9, 205 Norcross (Ga.) Wake Forest
William Buford G 6-5, 185 Libbey (Toledo, Ohio) Ohio State
Ed Davis F 6-9, 215 Benedictine (Richmond, Va.) North Carolina
Tyreke Evans G 6-6, 217 American Christian (Chester, Pa.) Undecided
JaMychal Green F 6-9, 220 St. Jude (Montgomery, Ala.) Alabama
Sylven Landesberg G 6-6, 205 Holy Cross (Flushing, N.Y.) Virginia
Michael Rosario G 6-2, 180 Saint Anthony (Jersey City, N.J.) Rutgers
Samardo Samuels F 6-9, 230 St. Benedict's (Montego Bay, Jamaica) Louisville
Chris Singleton F 6-9, 225 Dunwoody (Ga.) Florida State
Kemba Walker G 6-0, 175 Rice (Bronx, NY) Connecticut
Elliot Williams G 6-4, 165 St. George's (Memphis, Tenn.) Duke
Tyler Zeller C 7-0, 220 Washington (Ind.) North Carolina
Name Position Ht./Wt. High School College
Luke Babbitt F 6-8, 225 Galena (Reno, Nev.) Nevada
Demar DeRozan F 6-6, 210 Compton (Compton, Calif.) USC
Larry Drew II G 6-0, 160 William Howard Taft (Encino, Calif.) North Carolina
Michael Dunigan C 6-10, 248 Farragut Career Academy (Chicago, Ill.) Oregon
Jrue Holiday G 6-4, 195 Campbell Hall (Chatsworth, Calif.) UCLA
Scotty Hopson G 6-5, 180 University Heights (Hopkinsville, Ky.) Undecided
Brandon Jennings G 6-1, 165 Oak Hill (Los Angeles, Calif.) Arizona
Malcolm Lee G 6-4, 165 John W. North (Moreno Valley, Calif.) UCLA
Greg Monroe F 6-10, 235 Helen Cox (Gretna, La.) Georgetown
B.J. Mullens C 7-1, 260 Canal Winchester (Ohio) Ohio State
Iman Shumpert G 6-4, 200 Oak Park-River Forest (Oak Park, Ill.) Georgia Tech
Willie Warren G 6-4, 195 North Crowley (Fort Worth, Texas) Oklahoma