Adidas unveils official jerseys for the 2017 McDonald’s All American Games

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Adidas unveiled the official jerseys for the McDonald’s All American Games. The high school basketball all-star event will take place March 29 at Chicago’s United Center. The girls game begins at 4 p.m. CST March 29 and will be televised live on ESPN2. The boys game begins at 6 p.m. CST March 29 and will be televised live on ESPN.

Information about the jerseys from Adidas:

Created with the nation’s best high school basketball players in mind, the uniforms feature a re-engineered mesh fabric designed for increased breathability and French terry wipe-zones for further sweat management during the game’s biggest moments. The reflective jersey print and gold jock tags commemorate high school basketball’s highest level of achievement. The back of each jersey’s neck sports the outline of each athlete’s home state while the front of the jersey reads “Class of 2017” above the jock tag. The underside of the waistband on the shorts reads “All American” when rolled up….The women’s collection features stars down the side of the racerback top and the shorts.

Participants will also wear the latest in Adidas footwear.

Players will lace-up the latest adidas basketball footwear in two pinnacle styles, Harden Vol. 1 and Crazy Explosive Primeknit. The custom edition Harden Vol. 1 has laser-etched stars on the leather toe and the Crazy Explosive Primeknit shoe has pinstripes on the bootie. Each shoe has the best of adidas footwear innovations, including a red full-knit upper, full-length BOOST mid-soles and a metallic gold glossy finish on the three stripes while the McDonald’s All American Games logo is featured on the tongue.

The Powerade Jam Fest – featuring McDonald’s All American Games players in a three-point shootout, dunk contest, and shooting competition – will be held March 27. The competitions will air live at 7 p.m. CST on ESPN2.

2017 McDonald’s All American Games Girls Alphabetical Roster

East Team

Name Pos Hgt High School (Location) College
Janelle Bailey C 6’3” Providence Day School (Charlotte, NC) UNC
Rellah Boothe F 6’1” IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) Texas
Mikayla Coombs W 5’10” Wesleyan School (Peachtree Corners, GA) UConn
Rennia Davis W 6’2” Jean Ribault High School (Jacksonville, FL) Tennessee
Maya Dodson F 6’3” Saint Francis High School (Alpharetta, GA) Stanford
Dana Evans PG 5’6” West Side Leadership Academy (Gary, IN) Louisville
Raven Farley-Clark C 6’3” Queen of Peace High School (North Arlington, NJ) LSU
Anastasia Hayes G 5’7” Riverdale High School (Murfreesboro, TN) Tennessee
Kasiyahna Kushkituah C 6’4” Saint Francis High School (Alpharetta, GA) Tennessee
Chasity Patterson PG 5’6” North Shore Senior High School (Houston, TX) Texas
Danielle Patterson C 6’3” The Mary Louis Academy (Jamaica Estates, NY) Notre Dame
Megan Walker W 6’1” Monacan High School (North Chesterfield, VA) UConn

Head Coach: Laney Clement-Holbrook, Oliver Ames High School (North Easton, MA)

West Team

Name Pos Hgt High School (Location) College
Chennedy Carter PG 5’7” Timberview High School (Arlington, TX) Texas A&M
Ayanna Clark C 6’1” Long Beach Polytechnic High School (Long Beach, CA) USC
Sidney Cooks F 6’4” St. Joseph Catholic Academy (Kenosha, WI) Michigan State
Loretta Kakala C 6’3” Manteca High School (Manteca, CA) Louisville
Destiny Littleton G 5’8” The Bishop’s School (La Jolla, CA) USC
Alexis Morris PG 5’6” Legacy Christian Academy (Beaumont, TX) Baylor
Michaela Onyenwere F 5’11” Grandview High School (Aurora, CO) UCLA
Deauzya Richards G 6’1” Cypress Ranch High School (Cypress, TX) Baylor
Kianna Smith G 6’0” Troy High School (Fullerton, CA) California
Evina Westbrook G 6’0” South Salem High School (Salem, OR) Tennessee
Jade Williams F 6’4” The Colony High School (The Colony, TX) Duke
Kiana Williams PG 5’7” Wagner High School (San Antonio, TX) Stanford

Head Coach: Russell L. Ninemire, Sandy Creek High School (Fairfield, NE)

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