Posted On: 01/15/20 6:27 AM

The McDonald’s All-American game is a heralded showcase for some of the top seniors in the country. The game was first played in 1978 in Philadelphia. It has a deep rooted tradition here in the state of Michigan. A prime example of Michigan’s presence in the game was in 1986 when it was held at Joe Louis Arena. That game featured the likes of local stars Terry Mills and Derrick Coleman. Mills had 20 points while Coleman finished with 16 points and 15 rebounds. 

The 43rd annual McDonald’s All-American game will take place on April 1 at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. There are 4 Michigan players that received nominations. 

Lorne BowmanLorneBowman6'2" | PGSt. Mary's | 2020State#176NationMI (PG, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s)

Bowman is a smooth and steady point guard. He can score and dish with equal efficiency. Bowman is a consistent shooter that recognizes good scoring opportunities. He handles the ball with precision, always protecting it on the dribble. Bowman will be headed to Wisconsin next season.  

Isaiah JacksonIsaiahJackson6'9" | PFWaterford Mott | 2020State#27NationMI (PF, Warren Mott)

Jackson is one of the top defensive prospects in the country. He’s a long rim protector that sends shots back with regularity and alters everything that comes

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