The McDonald's All American Game tips off tonight in Chicago, and don't be surprised if Julius Randle has a big night. Here is a look at Randle and the other participants.
Julius Randle looked great on Tuesday.
Demetrius Jackson (probable starting point guard, Notre Dame)
Jackson will likely look to make the pass first and shoot second. He also plays with a lot of energy.
Wayne Selden (probable starting shooting guard, Kansas)
Versatility and physical defense are the trademarks of Selden's game.
Andrew Wiggins (probable starting small forward, Undecided)
Wiggins jumper has been hit or miss, but no one in the game finishes higher above the rim than Wiggins does.
Julius Randle (probable starting power forward, Kentucky)
Don't be surprised if Randle has a big game. He can score in a variety of ways.
Dakari Johnson (probable starting center, Kentucky)
Johnson isn't the most athletic big man in the game, but he has been productive all week.
Anthony Barber (point guard, North Carolina State)
Known for his speed, Barber will try to push the tempo.
Keith Frazier (shooting guard, SMU)
Frazier has impressed with his shooting. Expect him to get up his share of shots.
Isaiah Hicks (power forward, North Carolina)
Hicks has quietly played well this week. He has a strong all around game.
Kasey Hill (point guard, Florida)
Hill was out with an injury on Tuesday, but he is one of the top point guards in the country.
Rondae Jefferson (small forward, Arizona)
Jefferson is an underrated ball handler and passer.
Kennedy Meeks (center, North Carolina)
Meeks doesn't play above the rim, but he is skilled and shoots with range.
Noah Vonleh (power forward, Indiana)
Vonleh is a tough rebounder who can also score from outside.
Chris Walker (power forward, Florida)
Expect Walker to have more than one impressive athletic play in the game.
Andrew Harrison (probable starting point guard, Kentucky recruit)
Expect him to get into the lane often and both score and deliver his signature lob passes.
Aaron Harrison (probable starting shooting guard, Kentucky recruit)
Running alongside his brother, Harrison isn't afraid to launch the deep jumper but also likes to attack the rim.
Jabari Parker (probable starting small forward, Duke)
Parker has shown his ability to pass the ball this week but look for him to try and put up points in the game.
Aaron Gordon (probable starting power forward, Arizona)
Gordon has had a productive week in the practices. He has handled to ball well and gotten to the rim.
Bobby Portis (probable starting center, Arkansas)
Portis likely won't score a lot but he will impact the game with hustle plays.
Nigel Williams-Goss (point guard, Washington)
Williams-Goss is a great set up man but he is also a dangerous shooter.
Isaac Hamilton (shooting guard, UTEP)
Look for Hamilton to have some impressive scoring plays.
Matt Jones (shooting guard, Duke)
One of the better shooters in the game, the East squad can't give Jones space to shoot.
Jabari Bird (shooting guard, California)
Bird is one of the more versatile players in the game, and he loves to score in the midrange.
Jarrell Martin (power forward, LSU)
A big body with athleticism, Martin is also a good outside shooter.
James Young (small forward, Kentucky)
A great rebounder for a perimeter player, Young can also shoot it from deep.
Marcus Lee (power forward, Kentucky)
Lee is the best shot blocker in the game, and he also hunts down rebounds.