How All Americans fit future teams
What each McDonald's selection will bring to his future college program
With 24 of the 25 players selected to play in this year's McDonald's All American Game committed to a college, let's analyze the fit and predict what each All American will bring to his future college program.
Anthony Barber, NC State
Barber will add great breakaway speed and quickness to the Wolfpack roster next season. He will immediately improve their transition game and set the tone defensively with his ability to pressure the ball at the other end of the floor.
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