Posted On: 02/19/21 8:33 AM

The McDonalds All-American Game is a staple of big time high school basketball. Being one of the nominees is one of the greatest honors that a high school basketball player can achieve. It puts their name up with state and national legends like Earvin ’Magic’ Johnson. Final rosters will be released in late February. There will not be an in person game this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Let’s take a look at the Midwest nominees for the 2021 McDonalds All-American game that are from Michigan.

Pierre BrooksPierreBrooks6'5" | SGDetroit Douglass | 2021State#76NationMI II (SG, Detroit Frederick Douglass)

Brooks II will be a legend in Detroit, and even statewide, as time passes by. The young man just gets it. He has a natural feel for the game that can’t just be taught. Brooks II was born with it and worked to make it even more of a strength. He’s a big time threat from behind the arc and fires the ball up with confidence. Brooks II is off to a blazing start to the high school season, leading the state in scoring. He’s clearly established himself as one of the frontrunners for Mr. Basketball in Michigan. Brooks II is headed to Michigan

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