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Burgher, McIntire among McDonald’s All American nominees

Burgher, McIntire among McDonald’s All American nominees Burgher, McIntire among McDonald’s All American nominees

The McDonald’s All American Games is where hype becomes legacy and is the next step in the journey from being a local standout, to five-star recruit and, ultimately, to becoming a household name.

This year, a new generation is set to leave it all on the court as more than 760 girls and boys high school basketball players from across the country have been nominated for the chance to play in the 45th anniversary McDonald’s All American Games, including Diana Burgher and Logan McIntire from North Harrison High School.

The annual event will return later this month to showcase the nation’s rising stars who will go head-to-head at Chicago’s Wintrust Arena.

Players were nominated by a high school coach, athletic director, principal or member of the McDonald’s All American Games Selection Committee, which is comprised of the nation’s most knowledgeable analysts, prep scouts, media and prestigious basketball coaches.

The new class of nominees joins a legendary group of athletes who, over four decades, have been nominated for a chance to play in the nation’s premiere showcase. Among them are Michael Jordan, Candace Parker, LeBron James, Maya Moore, Trae Young and Breanna Stewart.

The McDonald’s All American Girls Game will be played Tuesday, March 29, at 6:30 p.m. on ESPN2 and the Boys Game will immediately follow on ESPN.

A complete list of 2022 McDonald’s All American Games Nominees is available at mcdaag.com.

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