McDonald's All-American Game Touts Top 24 Girls Players

The 24 top high school girls basketball players in the country will head to Columbus, Ohio on March 31 for the 2010 McDonald's All-America Game.

The roster features two dozen Division I-bound players, with Duke (three) and Connecticut (three) having the most signees in the game. Cal and Maryland each have two signees.

Here are the 24 All-Americans participating:

  • Alicia DeVaughn from Pompano Beach (HS) FL
  • Stefanie Dolson from Port Jervis (Minisink Valley) NY
  • Bria Hartley from North Babylon (HS) NY
  • Kaneisha Horn from Birmingham (Ramsay) AL
  • Natasha Howard from Toledo (Waite) OH
  • Maggie Lucas from Narberth (Germantown Academy) PA
  • Kayla McBride from Erie (Villa Maria Academy) PA
  • Laurin Mincy from Newark (University) NJ
  • Jennifer O'Neill from Bronx (St. Michael) TN
  • Haley Peters from Red Bank (Peddie) NJ
  • Ronika Ransford from Washington (Woodson) DC
  • Samarie Walker from West Carrollton (Chaminade-Julien) OH
  • Aaryn Ellenberg from Las Vegas (Bishop Gorman) NV
  • Karla Gilbert from College Station (A&M Consolidated) TX
  • Chelsea Gray from Manteca (Saint Mary's) CA
  • Richa Jackson from Midwest City (HS) OK
  • Afure Jemerigbe from Stockton (Saint Mary's) CA
  • Tiffany Moore from Frisco (HS) TX
  • Chiney Ogwumike from Cypress (Cy-Fair) TX
  • Theresa Plaisance from Houma (Vandebilt Catholic) LA
  • Lindsay Sherbert from Temecula (Great Oak) CA
  • Meighan Simmons from Cibolo (Steele) TX
  • Odyssey Sims from Irving (MacArthur) TX
  • Madison Williams from Berkley (Detroit Country Day) MI

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