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the complete list of high school boys' players from Kentucky to be named a McDonald's All-American (the game began in 1977): Dwayne Morton (1990-Central) West team: only one signee in the class of 2023: Jordy Griggs, a wing who plays at Montverde (Fla.) Academy.

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Bronny James is just starting to "see who he is" down the stretch of his senior season at Sierra Canyon High, according to head coach Andre Chevalier.

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The 2023 McDonald's All-American game will be held March 28 at the Toyota Center, which is the home of the Houston Rockets.

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Muse will be on a West team that will feature USC-bound Judea Watkins of defending Open Division state champion Sierra Canyon-Chatsworth, as well as two players from San Diego's La Jolla Country Day, Breya Cunningham and Jada Williams, both committed to Arizona.

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A key member of MoKan Elite's Peach Jam winning squad during the summer, the 6-foot-8 forward is among the most versatile and dangerous defenders in the class and is the marquee member of a top 10 class headed to Ames next season.

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Kentucky leads all schools with the most commits on this year's team with Wagner, Edwards, Aaron Bradshaw and Reed Sheppard, followed by Duke with three and both Michigan State and Oregon with two.

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Hidalgo, a two-time all-state selection who is a terror when she has the ball in transition and a fierce competitor, is averaging 31.4 points, 6.2 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 8.2 steals per game this season for a Paul VI team ranked No. 2 in the Top 20.

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was battling back from a horrific eye injury this summer, but he still came in and produced at a decent clip from the moment he took the court.

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Robert Dillingham, the No. 11-ranked player on the list who is also heading to Kentucky, isn't able to play in the game after joining Overtime Elite following his departure from Donda Academy in California.

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Edwards will square off against Bradshaw and Wagner on Saturday, when Camden High School crosses the Benjamin Franklin Bridge to play Imhotep Institute in Philly.

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Alabama climbed two spots to No. 2, picking up 23 first-place votes for its highest ranking since reaching No. 1 in 2002-03.

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However, he's produced on big stages and is the best shot blocker in the senior class and he's also developing his offensive game.

Found in 4 Articles and Rivals rate Collier as the No. 1 boys basketball recruit in the 2023 class.

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One of two notable East Carolina starting cornerbacks on the open market — Malik Fleming is also a popular name — Powell is another player who won't enroll until the summer.

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Coban Porter, a sophomore guard at the University of Denver and brother of Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr ., was arrested early Sunday in connection with a fatal crash in Denver, according to police there.

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The same held true the year before with 2020-21 Arkansas cornerbacks coach Deron Wilson enters his first season with the Gators after being named quality control – cornerbacks prior to the 2022 season.

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"He's just got to maintain that and just know there's a million ways you can help your team win: guarding at the end, really playing great defense, getting guys shots."

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Breaking down Auburn's NCAA Tournament resume, latest seeding projections during 5-game win streak Injured Auburn forward Chris Moore a 'game-time decision' against Texas A&M Auburn basketball sets new program record, makes 31st consecutive appearance in AP poll

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"Courtney Ramey and Cedric Henderson were a big reason for the Wildcats knocking off No. 5 UCLA at McKale Center on Saturday."