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2024 McDonald's All-American Game: How to watch, stream Duke recruit Cooper Flagg, Kentucky signee Karter Knox

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The most prestigious showcase of high school seniors and the top incoming talent in college basketball will take place Tuesday in Houston in the 2024 McDonald's All-American Game. Duke signee Cooper Flagg — the top-ranked prospect in the 2024 247Sports Top247 recruiting rankings — headlines the list of high school seniors participating in this year's annual game.

Flagg is one of two future Duke players who will be in action, joining five-star forward Isaiah Evans. Kentucky has the most McDonald's All-American selections with three (Karter Knox, Jayden Quaintance, and Boogie Fland), while North Carolina, Alabama, and Rutgers have two players each.

No high school team can have more than three selections in the McDonald's All-American Game, which prevented five-star forward and Georgia signee Asa Newell from being selected. Flagg, Derik Queen, and Liam McNeeley — Newell's teammates at Montverde Academy — will play.

When the rosters were selected for this game earlier this calendar year, Queen was one of three uncommitted players on the roster. Since, Queen has pledged his commitment to Maryland, while four-star forward Bryson Tucker committed to Indiana.

Four-star guard Trent Perry announced this week that he would be seeking a release from his National Letter of Intent after USC coach Andy Enfield left his post to take the vacant coaching job at SMU. McNeeley also requested to be released from his NLI from Indiana earlier this month and recruitment remains open.

How to watch the McDonald's All-American Game live 

Date: Tuesday, April 2 | Time: 9 p.m. ET

Location: Toyota Center -- Houston

TV: ESPN | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

2024 McDonald's All-American Game rosters


NamePosHgtHigh School (Location)CollegeJalil BetheaG6-4Archbishop Wood High School (PA)Miami (FL)John BolC7-1Overtime Elite Academy (GA)Ole MissIsaiah EvansF6-7North Mecklenburg High School (NC)DukeCooper FlaggF6-9Montverde Academy (FL)DukeBoogie FlandG6-2Archbishop Stepinac High School (NY)KentuckyIan JacksonF6-4Our Saviour Lutheran School (NY)North CarolinaLiam McNeeleyF6-7Montverde Academy (FL)UncommittedTahaad PettifordG5-10Hudson Catholic Regional High School (NJ)AuburnDrake PowellG6-5Northwood High School (NC)North CarolinaJayden QuaintanceF6-9Word of God Christian Academy (NC)KentuckyDerik QueenC6-9Montverde Academy (FL)MarylandBryson TuckerF6-7Bishop O'Connell High School (VA)Indiana


NamePosHgtHigh School (Location)CollegeAirious BaileyF6-8McEachern High School (GA)RutgersFlory BidungaC6-9Kokomo High School (IN)KansasCarter BryantF6-8Centennial High School (CA)ArizonaVazoumana DialloG6-3Prolific Prep of Napa Christian (CA)WashingtonValdez Edgecombe, Jr.G6-4Long Island Lutheran High School (NY)BaylorDonavan FreemanF6-7IMG Academy (FL)SyracuseDylan HarperG6-5Don Bosco Preparatory High School (NJ)RutgersRichard JohnsonG6-6Link Academy (MO)TexasKarter KnoxG6-6Overtime Elite Academy (GA)KentuckyTrent PerryG6-4Harvard-Westlake School (CA)UncommittedDerrion ReidF6-7Prolific Prep of Napa Christian (CA)AlabamaAiden SherrellC6-11Prolific Prep of Napa Christian (CA)Alabama

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