2016 McDonald’s All American Games

Boys POY Finalists
BAM ADEBAYO
Height: 6-10 • Weight: 240
Position: Power Forward • High Point Christian Academy, NC
Hometown: High Point, NC • College: Kentucky
PPG: 22.0 RPG: 15.0 APG: 4.0
Adebayo is a tall and physical forward who uses his strength to dominate the
paint. Defensively, his size allows him to disrupt opponents’ shots and regularly
collect rebounds. Offensively, Adebayo is explosive at the rim, can finish with
either hand and showcases a nice shooting touch. He’s one of four McDonald’s
All Americans attending Kentucky this year, joining future teammates De’Aaron
Fox, Sacha Killeya-Jones and Malik Monk.
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LONZO BALL
Height: 6-6 • Weight: 185
Position: Point Guard • Chino Hills High, CA
Hometown: Chino Hills, CA • College: UCLA
PPG: 25.4 RPG: 11.5 APG: 12.9
At 6-6, Ball has superb length for a point guard and uses that height to score
over smaller opponents and grab rebounds. He’s an excellent passer who can
find teammates on the break and deliver the ball in tough angles. Ball defends
with tenacity, earning many steals with his quick hands and great court
awareness. Along with T.J. Leaf, he’s one of two McDonald’s All Americans
committed to play for UCLA next year.
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JOSH JACKSON
Height: 6-7 • Weight: 195
Position: Small Forward • Justin-Siena High School/Prolific Prep, CA
Hometown: Southfield, MI • College: Undecided
PPG: 27.7 RPG: 13.8 APG: 7.5
Jackson is a proficient scorer who can take over the game with his athleticism.
His long arms and explosive jumping ability make him a tremendous rebounder
on both ends. Jackson is also a versatile defender that uses his length and
quickness to guard multiple positions on the floor. He’s currently undecided on
his college decision but is considering Arizona, Kansas, Michigan St., Maryland
and UCLA.
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MALIK MONK
Height: 6-3 • Weight: 185
Position: Shooting Guard • Bentonville High School, AR
Hometown: Bentonville, AR • College: Kentucky
PPG: 30.0 RPG: 8.0 APG: 4.5
Monk is a superb athlete who can score from all over the floor whether it is off
the dribble or from behind-the-arc. Always attacking the hoop, Monk can get to
the rim for a strong finish or pass it off to a teammate for an easy basket. While
he excels at scoring, he’s also a floor general with great dribbling skills. Monk
is one of four McDonald’s All Americans attending Kentucky this year, joining
future teammates Bam Adebayo, Sacha Killeya-Jones and De’Aaron Fox.
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JAYSON TATUM
Height: 6-9 • Weight: 203
Position: Small Forward • Chaminade College Preparatory School, MO
Hometown: St. Louis, MO • College: Duke
PPG: 28.0 RPG: 9.0 APG: 3.0
Tatum is a versatile swingman who can score in a variety of ways. He’s an
excellent shooter and also has the size and skill to play inside and post up
opponents for easy baskets. Tatum’s athleticism also shows defensively where
his footwork and size allow for him to limit opponents’ scoring opportunities.
He’s one of two McDonald’s All Americans set to play for Duke next season,
along with future teammate Frank Jackson.

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2016 McDonald’s All American Games
Girls POY Finalists
NATALIE CHOU
Height: 6-1
Position: Guard • Plano West High School, TX
Hometown: Plano, TX • College: Baylor
PPG: 24.0 RPG: 7.0 APG: 3.0
Chou is a skilled guard who uses her height to overpower shorter opponents
offensively. She has the ability to finish at the rim with either hand and can
consistently knock down mid-range shots. Chou is an excellent leader on the
court with great court awareness and decision making ability with the ball in her
hands. She’s one of two McDonald’s All Americans committed to Baylor, joining
future teammate Lauren Cox.
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LAUREN COX
Height: 6-4
Position: Forward • Flower Mound High School, TX
Hometown: Flower Mound, TX • College: Baylor
PPG: 20.3 RPG: 11.7 BPG: 3.3
Cox is a dominant forward with great height and touch who excels working off
the block. Great at drawing contact, Cox consistently finishes through contact
and hurts opponents with her free throw shooting ability. Defensively, Cox
makes her presence felt by altering shots and corralling rebounds in traffic.
She’s one of two McDonald’s All Americans set to attend Baylor in the fall,
joining future teammate Natalie Chou.
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CRYSTAL DANGERFIELD
Height: 5-6
Position: Point Guard • Blackman High School, TN
Hometown: Murfreesboro, TN • College: Connecticut
PPG: 23.1 RPG: 4.4 APG: 3.1
Dangerfield uses her superb speed to explode to the basket, score off the
dribble or find open teammates. She’s a strong mid-range shooter that can
knock down shots from the wing off the catch or dribble. Dangerfield is always
under control, makes great decisions and is an elite distributor and floor
general. She will attend Connecticut next season to play under legendary
coach, Geno Auriemma.
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JOYNER HOLMES
Height: 6-3
Position: Forward • Cedar Hill High School, TX
Hometown: Cedar Hill, TX • College: Texas
PPG: 24.9 RPG: 8.4 APG: 2.5
At 6-3, Holmes is an extremely athletic, explosive and versatile forward who
can do a little bit of everything. In the paint, Holmes attacks the rims, finishes
against contact and pulls down rebounds with ease. Outside the lane, Holmes
has range out to the arc and can run and handle the ball in transition. She’s
one of two 2016 McDonald’s All Americans committed to Texas and will join
future teammate Alecia Sutton in Austin in the fall.
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JACKIE YOUNG
Height: 5-11
Position: Guard • Princeton Community High School, IN
Hometown: Princeton, IN • College: Notre Dame
PPG: 37.8 RPG: 9.5 APG: 5.3
A solid mid-range shooter, Young has the ability to score points in bunches for
her team. Her strength and athleticism also allow her to attack the basket and
regularly reach the free throw line. Young is an extremely unselfish player and
does a great job getting her teammates involved with her court awareness and
passing ability. She will attend Notre Dame next season, one of two
McDonald’s All-Americans who will play for the Irish next season.
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