McDonald's tale of the tape
Who has the edge at each position for the McDonald's All American Game
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JamFest: Chris Walker perfect 60No. 14 senior and Florida commit Chris Walker gets a perfect score after throwing down a powerful self-lob to help him win the POWERADE JamFest dunk contest before the McDonald's All-American Game.Tags: Chris Walker, Holmes County, Florida Gators, GatorNation, POWERADE JamFest, McDonald's All-American Game, RecruitingNation, high school basketball recruiting, ESPN 100
CHICAGO -- Twenty-five of the top high school basketball players in the country are prepping to do battle in the McDonald's All American Game (Wednesday, 9:30 p.m. ET on ESPN and WatchESPN). Not surprisingly for a game of this caliber, there is elite talent and skill on both the East and West teams at every position.
With that in mind, let's take a position-by-position look at the players in the game and see which team has an advantage at each position heading into the game.
East: Anthony Barber, Kasey Hill, Demetrius Jackson
These three possess great athletic ability with matching speed, quickness and explosiveness. They also have the ability to create off the bounce and get teammates involved. The challenge for this group at times is their ability to hit perimeter shots with a high level of consistency.
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