- Nov 16, 2021
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The rosters have officially been announced for the 45th annual McDonald's All-American game in Chicago, IL on March 29th. As always, 24 of the highest ranked players in the nation were selected to participate. Among them are two future Wildcats, Cason Wallace and Chris Livingston.
You may be wondering, like many Kentucky fans, where the h*ck is Skyy Clark? Jack Pilgrim of Kentucky Sports Radio (who is a fantastic follow, if you don't already follow him) broke the news as to why Clark is not participating in the national event.
This year's event will be a special one, as the game is returning to the Windy City to celebrate 45 years of great basketball. Chicago previously hosted the games in 1982, and from 2011 to 2017. Many Chicago natives have played in this event, including Candace Parker, Derrick Rose, Jabari Parker, and Kentucky-favorite, Anthony Davis.
Broadcast information has yet to be announced for this event, but for now, we suggest you go back and watch these Cason Wallace and Chris Livingston highlight films to get you pumped again!