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9 Miami Standouts Nominated For McDonald’s All American Game

Today, the McDonald’s All American Games released its 2020 list of boys and girls basketball nominees. Over 900 boys and girls across the country were nominated, and 9 were from the 305.

For the Boys: Coral Park’s (Lynn Commit) Ga’Khari LaCount, Gulliver Preps’s Gabe Taylor, Gulliver Prep’s Tony Sanders, Florida Christians Ryan Ramirez, Monsignor Pace’s Marcus Frazier, and Florida Christians Trevion Green

For The Girls: Miami High’s (UCF Commit) Collen Bucknor, St.Thomas Aquinas’s (USF Commit) Angelee Rodriguez, and St.Thomas Aquinas’s (Vanderbilt Commit) Bella LaChance.

Monsignor Pace’s Frazier leads the list in scoring, averaging 28.1 points-per-game. Gulliver’s Sanders and Taylor are the behind, averaging 23.7 and 22.2 points-per-game while leading the Raiders to a 12-3 Record.

Doral’s Devin Carter was not nominated, despite being one of the top players in the state of Florida. Carter claims his coach did not nominate him, therefore not putting him on the ballot.

The final rosters will be revealed later this month. The 2020 McDonald’s All-American Games will be played on April 1st in Houston, Texas.

Born and raised in Miami, Anthony is the Editor-In-Chief of Immaculata-La Salle High School’s student newspaper. As the Founder and Owner of 305Sports, Anthony covers all Miami Sports.

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