Girls Roster for the 2021 McDonald’s All-American Games

While the McDonald’s All-American Games have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, McDonald’s still selected All American Games teams. The girl’s team includes 24 players.

  • Four players from both California and Georgia, the most represented states.
  • The university with the most players on the roster is South Carolina with four girls.

The McDonald’s All-American Games benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities through its network of local chapters. RMHC programs provide emotional and other support services to families with seriously ill or injured children.

NamePositionHgtHigh SchoolCollege
Destiny AdamsW6-3Manchester Township High School (NJ)North Carolina
Clarice AkunwafoP6-5Rolling Hills Preparatory (CA)USC
Sonia CitronG6-1Ursuline High School (NY)Notre Dame
Maryam DaudaP6-4Bentonville High School (AR)Baylor
Amari DeBerryF6-5Williamsville South High School (NY)Connecticut
Brooke DemetreW6-2Mater Dei High School (CA)Stanford
Caroline DucharmeG5-10Noble & Greenough School (MA)Connecticut
Sania FeaginF6-3Forest Park High School (GA)South Carolina
Azzi FuddG5-11St. John?s College High School (DC)Connecticut
Aubryanna HallG5-11Wayne High School (OH)South Carolina
Rori HarmonPG5-6Cypress Creek High School (TX)Texas
Jillian HollingsheadF6-4McEachern High School (GA)Georgia
Kyndall HunterPG5-8Cypress Creek High School (TX)Texas
Okikiola IriafenF6-2Harvard Westlake High School (CA)Stanford
Raven JohnsonPG5-8Westlake High School (GA)South Carolina
Greta KampschroederG6-0Naperville North High School (IL)Oregon State
Teonni KeyW6-3Cary High School (NC)North Carolina
Rayah MarshallG6-3Lynwood High School (CA)USC
Kayla McPhersonPG5-7Madison County High School (GA)North Carolina
Aaliyah MooreF6-1Moore High School (OK)Texas
Reigan RichardsonG5-11Cannon School (NC)Georgia
Saniya RiversG6-0Eugene Ashley High School (NC)South Carolina
Payton VerhulstG6-1Bishop Miege High School (KS)Louisville
Jersey WolfenbargerW6-5Northside High School (AR)Arkansas
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