Friday afternoon the Jordan Brand Classic announced the first 16 players for its annual Boys All-American Game, with the list including many of the top players in the Class of 2016. These are just some of the players who will play in the game, scheduled for April 15 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Of the 16 players on the initial list 13 have committed to colleges, with three headed to Kentucky and two headed to Duke. The remainder of the selections for this game will be made at the end of the high school basketball season. The Jordan Brand Classic has a total of four games, with their also being International, New York Regional and Girls All-American games.
Below are the 16 players selected for the Boys All-American Game, with their college commitment status in parentheses.
F Bam Adebayo (Kentucky)
C Udoka Azuibuike (uncommitted; will commit this weekend at the Hoophall Classic in Springfield)
C Marques Bolden (uncommitted)
C Tony Bradley (North Carolina)
F Miles Bridges (Michigan State)
G De’Aaron Fox (Kentucky)
G Markelle Fultz (Washington)
G Alterique Gilbert (Connecticut)
F Harry Giles (Duke)
F Jonathan Isaac (Florida State)
F Josh Jackson (uncommitted)
G Andrew Jones (Texas)
F V.J. King (Louisville)
G Malik Monk (Kentucky)
F Omari Spellman (Villanova)
F Jayson Tatum (Duke)