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McDonald's All-American Game girls basketball roster: Meet the 2023 team

Of the 24 players announced Tuesday for the game, California led the way with four selections
Breya Cunningham photo by Heston Quan

Breya Cunningham photo by Heston Quan

The girls basketball roster is set for the 2023 McDonald's All-American Game in March.

Of the 24 players announced Tuesday for the game, California led the way with four selections, headlined by reigning California Gatorade Player of the Year Juju Watkins, the Sierra Canyon star who's committed to USC.


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The game will air at 3:30 p.m. Pacific time Tuesday, March 28, on ESPN2 at the Toyota Center in Houston. Tickets are available at mcdaag.com.

Here's the 2023 roster (in alphabetical order):

KK Arnold, Germantown (Wisconsin)

Sofia Bell, Jesuit (Oregon)

Madison Booker, Germantown (Mississippi)

Zoe Brooks, St. John Vianney (New Jersey)

Addy Brown, Derby (Kansas)

Essence Cody, Valdosta (Georgia)

Breya Cunningham, La Jolla Country Day (California)

Aalyah Del Rosario, The Webb School (Tennessee)

Jadyn Donovan, Sidwell Friends (Washington, D.C.)

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MiLaysia Fulwiley, Keenan (South Carolina)

Hannah Hidalgo, Paul VI (New Jersey)

Kymora Johnson, Saint Anne's-Belfield (Virginia)

Tessa Johnson, Saint Michael Albertville (Minnesota)

Amanda Muse, Heritage (California)

Riley Nelson, Bullis (Maryland)

Courtney Ogden, Westminster (Georgia)

Laila Reynolds, Shabach Christian Academy (Maryland)

Emma Risch, Palm Bay (Florida)

Taliah Scott, St. Johns Country Day (Florida)

Ashlynn Shade, La Lumiere (Indiana)

Juju Watkins, Sierra Canyon (California)

Jada Williams, La Jolla Country Day (California)

Mikaylah Williams, Parkway (Louisiana)

Sahara Williams, Waterloo West (Iowa)