Four of the California’s best boys high school basketball players, including Mr. Basketball Stanley Johnson, scheduled to participate in the 4th Annual Ballislife All-American Game set for May 3 at Long Beach City College. Mr. Basketball USA Cliff Alexander of Chicago and five other McDonald’s All-Americans headline participants.
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The 4th Annual Ballislife All-American Game will feature many of the nation’s top high school boys basketball players. The national high school all-star game is set to take place May 3 at Long Beach City College’s Hall of Champions Gymnasium.
The 2014 edition of the BIL All-American Game figures to be its best yet, especially since the NCAA’s two all-star game limit for student-athletes signing college scholarships has been lifted.
Scheduled to appear include Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Basketball and four-time CIF state champion Stanley Johnson of Santa Ana Mater Dei. Also headlining the roster of 24 student-athletes is Student Sports National Player of the Year Cliff Alexander from Curie High School in Chicago. Johnson is headed for Arizona and Alexander will play in college at Kansas.
The game will feature three other Southern California products and UCLA recruit Kevon Looney of Milwaukee Hamilton (Milwaukee, Wis.). Daniel Hamilton of CIF Division II state champion St. John Bosco of Bellflower, headed to play for the NCAA National Champion UConn Huskies, is scheduled to participate. Fresno State bound wing Isaiah Bailey of Compton High School and Missouri-bound wing Namon Wright of Pacific Hills High School in Los Angeles are also on the roster. USC bound Jordan McLaughlin of Etiwanda High School was selected, but is injured and unable to play.
The BIL Slam Dunk Contest festivities begin at 4:30 pm PT and the 2014 game begins at 6:30 pm PT.