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2015 McDonald's All-American Game: TV schedule, who to look out for, how to watch

All eyes will be on Diamond Stone, as he represents Maryland at the McDonald's All-American Game.

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For the second year in a row, Maryland has a participant in the most heralded high school all-star game of the year with Diamond Stone suiting up for the East team in the 38th annual McDonald's All-American Game. Maryland fans won't have to sweat out a commitment from the 6'10'' center from Dominican High School in Wisconsin, as he announced via Twitter last Friday that he would be a Terp next season.

Stone narrowed his finalists down to four schools but many considered Maryland and Wisconsin the odds-on favorites to land the prized big man who received 18 offers and was touted as the seventh best player in the class of 2015. He'll likely be a starter on the 12-man All-American game roster and will see favorable minutes in the contest. Stone will be the 14th Maryland commit to play in the all-star game and the fourth one since 2000, joining Travis Garrison (DeMatha Catholic), Mike Jones (Thayer Academy) and Trimble (Bishop O'Connell).

How to watch, listen, and stream

Game time: 9:00 p.m. ET


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The Prospects

The East

The team is headlined by the top two players in the country, according to ESPN rankings in Ben Simmons and Jaylen Brown. Future LSU Tigers Antonio Blakely and 6'9'' Simmons will get their first crack as teammates while three players have yet to commit and could very well make their splash at the showcase. Marquette will be represented in the game for the first time since sending three straight commits to the game in 1982 when coveted power forward Henry Ellenson laces up for the East.

No. Name Position Height Class Rank (ESPN) High School (Location) College (Top Choices)
4 Dwayne Bacon SF 6-6 20 Oak Hill Academy (Mount of Wilson, VA) Florida State
2 Antonio Blakeney G 6-4 14 Oak Ridge High School (Orlando, FL) LSU
12 Isaiah Briscoe PG 6-3 13 Roselle Catholic High School (Roselle, NJ) Kentucky
1 Jaylen Brown SF 6-7 2 Wheeler high School (Marietta, GA) Undecided (UCLA, Kentucky)
31 Thomas Bryant C 6-10 22 Huntington St. Joseph Prep (Huntington, WV) Undecided (Indiana, Syracuse)
13 Cheick Diallo PF 6-9 11 Our Savior New American School (Centereach, NY) Undecided (Kansas, St. John's, Kentucky)
10 Henry Ellenson PF 6-10 5 Rice Lake High School (Rice Lake, WI) Marquette
0 Jawun Evans PG 6-0 36 Justin F. Kimball High School (Dallas, TX) Oklahoma State
5 Luke Kennard G 6-5 23 Franklin High School (Franklin, OH) Duke
3 Dedric Lawson PF 6-8 16 Hamilton High School (Memphis, TN) Memphis
25 Ben Simmons PF 6-9 1 Montverde Academy (Montverde, FL) LSU
33 Diamond Stone C 6-10 7 Domincan High School (Whitefish Bay, WI) Maryland

The West

There are four top 10 ESPN players representing the West team in this year's game. There will likely be a lot of player-to-player recruiting during the contest, as five West players have yet to decide where they'll be taking their talents for the next four (or one) years. Malik Newman is the real catch on the team that hasn't signed yet and is considering his hometown team in Mississippi State or powerhouse title contenders in Kentucky.

No. Name Position Height Class Ranking (ESPN, 247sports) High School (Location) College
31 Carlton Bragg PF 6-9 21 Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School (Cleveland, OH) Kansas
12 Jalen Brunson PG 6-1 17 Adlai E. Stevenson High School (Lincolnshire, IL) Villanova
21 Deyonta Davis PF 6-9 16 Muskegon High School (Muskegon, MI) Michigan State
15 PJ Dozier PG 6-6 25 Spring Valley High School (Columbia, SC) South Carolina
13 Brandon X. Ingram SF 6-8 12 Kinston High School (Kinston, NC) Undecided (Duke, UNC)
4 Chase Jeter C 6-10 9 Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas, NV) Duke
14 Malik Newman G 6-3 4 Callaway High School (Jackson, MS) Undecided (Kentucky, Mississippi State)
23 Ivan Rabb PF 6-11 6 Bishop O'Dowd High School (Oakland, CA) Undecided (Cal, Arizona)
1 Malachi Richardson SF 6-6 19 Trenton Catholic Academy (Hamilton, NJ) Syracuse
50 Caleb Swanigan C 6-8 8 Homestead High School (Fort Wayne, IN) Undecided (Michigan State, Cal)
20 Allonzo Trier G 6-4 15 Findlay Prep (Henderson, NV) Arizona
33 Stephen Zimmerman Jr. C 7-0 10 Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas, NV) Undecided (UNLV, Arizona, Kentucky)