NJ trio selected for McDonald’s All-American Game

The McDonald’s All-American basketball game has been a precursor to future stars of major college basketball and the NBA.  With just 24 slots, being selected the game is a true honor for the best high school basketball players in America.   New Jersey will have three players playing on the big stage.  The Hudson Catholic duo of Louis King and Jahvon Quinerly were selected along with Roselle Catholic big man Nazreon Reid.  While King and Quinerly are teammates for the top ranked Hawks, they will play on opposite rosters in the McDonald’s All-American game.  King is on the East roster along with Reid, while Quinerly is on the west roster.  King has signed with the University of Oregon and Reid is on his way to the SEC to play at LSU.  Quinerly originally committed to Arizona, but is currently undecided.  JSZ has highlight reels of all three McDonald’s All-Americans!

 

 

Click here to see the entire McDonald’s All-American roster which includes Louis King’s future teammate at Oregon, 7-foot-2 Bol Bol.  JSZ captured highlights of the nation’s #4 ranked recruit