Posted On: 03/25/19 12:56 PM

Atlanta, Georgia - The 2019 McDonald;s All American Game practice got underway this morning for some of the nations top players in the 2019 class at the Core 4 facility in Atlanta, Georgia. Practice ran today from 8am this morning to about 12:30pm local time. Over 50 NBA scouts were in attendance alongside national media outlets in today's practice and NBA guys got a sneak peak on some of the most talented prospects who they can see in the league in the next couple of years. Prospects from the West roster started things off at 8am this morning and ended about 10:30am local time. Prospects from the East roster followed right after. 

There were a just a few standouts out of all 24 prospects in today's practice. The McDonald's All American practices are usually just a few drills and controlled scrimmages and guys are not going as hard. Well the 2019 class will be changing that rule as practice today was in a very high pace and guys went all at it. Which prospects stoodout the most you may ask? Kentucky commit SG Tyrese Maxey of South Garland (TX) probably caught most eye's in today's practice. 

The 6-foot-2 two-guard's shot

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