Jordan Brown: 26 pts in MCDAAG

The output of former Woodcreek High (Roseville) standout Jordan Brown during Wednesday’s McDonald’s All-American Game in Atlanta had us checking the record books for the most points scored by a California player in the prestigious event.

Brown, who led Woodcreek to the CIF Northern California Open Division title as a junior in 2017 and then switched to Prolific Prep of Napa (a non-CIF school) for his senior season, scored 26 points with eight rebounds and one block during a 131-128 win for his West team. The MVP of the game was West teammate Nassir Little from Orlando Christian Prep in Florida, who scored 28 points.

Most Points By California Player
In McDonald’s All-American Game

28 – Paul Pierce (Inglewood) 1995
27 – John Williams (Crenshaw, Los Angeles) 1984
26 – Jordan Brown (Roseville Woodcreek/Prolific Prep) 2018
25 – DeShawn Stevenson (Washington, Easton) 2000
24 – Aaron Gordon (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 2013
22 – DeMarcus Nelson (Sheldon, Sacramento) 2004
22 – Casey Jacobson (Glendora) 1999
22 – Darren Daye (Kennedy, Granada Hills) 1979
19 – Darnell Robinson (Emery, Emeryville) 1993
19 – Charles O’Bannon (Artesia, Lakewood) 1993
17 – Corey Benjamin (Fontana) 1996


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