Trio of Oregon recruits named 2023 McDonald’s All-Americans

The 46th annual McDonald’s All-American Game will once again feature some of the very best high school basketball players in the country.

Oregon Ducks fans have plenty of reasons to tune in to both the men’s and women’s games, as a trio of Oregon recruits are set to participate in this year’s event.

On the men’s side it is clear Dana Altman’s work as a recruiter has paid off, with two members of Oregon’s 2023 class getting selected for the event in Kwame Evans and Mookie Cook.

Evans comes in at No. 11 overall in 247Sports 2023 class ranking, while Cook is only a few spots behind at No. 22. Jackson Shelstad, the third heralded member of Altman’s 2023 class, did not make the cut despite putting together a monster performance for West Linn at the Les Schwab Invitational this year.

Oregon may have a third member in the men’s game before too long, however, as Bronny James was the only non-committed player selected for the event. James is reportedly down to Oregon, Ohio State, and USC, and there is some belief that he will end up in Eugene next year.

On the women’s side Sofia Bell is the lone representative for Kelly Graves’ recruiting class. Bell is from nearby Jesuit High School and has a 95 grade on ESPN’s recruiting evaluation.

The event will take place on March 28, 2023, in Houston, Texas.

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Story originally appeared on Ducks Wire