Six seniors and six juniors, including a pair of European-based Americans, were selected for Team USA at the 25th annual Albert Schweitzer Tournament which tips off this week in Mannheim, Germany. The biennial tournament begins Saturday for an eight-day run. The Americans are paced by 6-foot-3 Kansas signee Royce Woolridge (Phoenix/Sunnyslope), who is the No. 33 shooting guard in ESPNU 100 and 6-10 Louisville commit center Michael Chandler (Lawrence North, Ind./Lawrence North), who is a ESPNU Super 60 prospect. Other players from the Class of 2010 include: 6-0 Farooq Muhammad (Lawrence North, Ind./Lawrence North), 6-11 Vanderbilt signee Joshua Henderson (Roanoke, Va./Cave Spring), and 6-6 Canisius signee Chris Manhertz (Bronx, N.Y./Cardinal Spellman). Additionally, two players from Department of Defense Dependents Schools-Europe, 6-3 Jamal Tuck (Aviano, Italy) and Dillon Wadsack (Ramstein, Germany) will wear the Red, White and Blue.
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