McDonald’s All American Game nominees released

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Today, 29 Illinois seniors were nominated for the 2015 McDonald’s Al American Game on April 1 at the United Center. The complete list of 2015 nominees is available at www.mcdaag.com.

Here are the Illinois nominees:

Jordan Ash, St. Joseph

Evan Boudreaux, Lake Forest

Jalen Brunson, Stevenson

Myles Carter, St. Rita

Kain Harris, St. Rita

Brandon Hutton, De La Salle

Aaron Jordan, Plainfield East

Marcus LoVett, Morgan Park

Charles Matthews, St. Rita

Edward Morrow, Simeon

Isaiah Moss, Simeon

Prentiss Nixon Bolingbrook

Weisner Perez, Morton West

Luwane Pipkinsm, Bogan

Christian Romine, Mahomet-Seymour

Admiral Schofield, Zion-Benton

Frederick Scott, Simeon

Josh Stamps, Curie

Glynn Watson, St. Joseph

D.J. Williams, Simeon

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