McDonald’s All-Americans from N.C.

All-time McDonald's All-Americans from North Carolina

From staff reportsApril 3, 2013 

  • McDonald’s All-America All-Star Game

    9:30 p.m., United Center, Chicago (TV: ESPN)

    East Roster
    Player High school College
    Anthony Barber Hampton, Va. N.C. State
    Keith Frazier Kimball, Texas Undecided
    Kasey Hill Montverde Academy Florida
    Demetrius Jackson Marian High Notre Dame
    Andrew Wiggins Huntington PrepUndecided
    Isaiah Hicks Oxford Webb N. Carolina
    Rondae Jefferson Chester Arizona
    Wayne Selden Tilton School Kansas
    Noah Vonleh New Hampton School Indiana
    Chris Walker Holmes County Florida
    Dakari Johnson Montverde Academy Kentucky
    Kennedy Meeks West Charlotte N. Carolina
    West Roster
    Player High school College
    Aaron Harrison Travis Kentucky
    Andrew Harrison Travis Kentucky
    Matt Jones DeSoto Duke
    Nigel Williams-GossFindlay Prep Washington
    Jabari Bird Salesian California
    Aaron Gordon Archbishop Mitty Undecided
    Jarrell Martin Madison LSU
    Jabari Parker Simeon Duke
    James Young Rochester Kentucky
    Marcus Lee Deer Valley Kentucky
    Bobby Portis Jr. Hall Arkansas


1979: Dominique Wilkins, Washington (Georgia, NBA); James Worthy, Ashbrook (UNC, NBA); 1981: Michael Jordan, Wilmington Laney (UNC, NBA); Buzz Peterson, Asheville (UNC, NBA); 1982: Brad Daughtery, Swannanoa Owen (UNC, NBA); Curtis Hunter, Southern Durham (UNC); 1983: Keith Gatlin, Greenville Conley (Maryland, NBA); 1984: Chris Washburn, Laurinburg Institute (N.C. State, NBA); 1988: Kenny Williams, Elizabeth City Northeastern (Elizabeth City State, NBA); 1990: Rodney Rodgers, Durham Hillside (Wake Forest, NBA); 1991: Donald Williams, Garner (UNC) 1995: Antawn Jamison, Providence (UNC, NBA); 1997: Brendan Haywood, Greensboro Dudley (UNC, NBA); Tracy McGrady, Durham Mount Zion (NBA*); 1998: Kris Lang, Hunter Huss (UNC); 2000: Scooter Sherrill, West Rowan (N.C. State) 2001: Anthony Richardson, Raleigh Leesville Road (Florida State) 2002: Shavlik Randolph, Raleigh Broughton (Duke, NBA); Eric Williams, Wake Forest-Rolesville (Wake Forest, NBA); 2003: Chris Paul, West Forsyth (Wake Forest, NBA); 2009: Ryan Kelly, Raleigh Ravenscroft (Duke); Mason Plumlee, Arden Christ School (Duke); 2010: Reggie Bullock, Kinston (UNC); C.J. Leslie, Raleigh Word of God (N.C. State); 2011: Marshall Plumlee, Arden Chris School (Duke); 2012: Rodney Purvis, Raleigh Upper Room (N.C. State**); 2013: Kennedy Meeks, West Charlotte (UNC); Isaiah Hicks, Oxford Webb (UNC).

*-McGrady went directly to the NBA from high school; **-After his freshman year at N.C. State, Purvis said he intends to transfer


2003: Camille Little, Winston-Salem Carver (UNC, WNBA) 2004: Chante’ Black, East Forsyth (Duke, WNBA) 2005: Rashanda McCants, Asheville (UNC, WNBA) 2006: Jessica Breland, Windsor Bertie (UNC, WNBA); Joy Cheek, South Mecklenburg (Duke, WNBA) 2007: Cetera Degraffenreid, Smoky Mountain (UNC, WNBA) 2011: Cierra Burdick, Butler (Tennessee).

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