The 2013 McDonald's All-American Game tips off Tuesday, displaying the best high-school seniors in the country, most of whom have already decided where they'll play in college next season.
The college angle is a fun angle through which to watch this game, but that won't help with the top player in the country. Andrew Wiggins, a 6'7 swingman from Huntington Prep in Huntington, W.V., by way of Toronto, is the consensus No. 1 player in the class. He's still undecided and is said to be considering the Florida State Seminoles, the Kentucky Wildcats and the Kansas Jayhawks.
Chicago native Jabari Parker, who is headed to play for Duke, headlines the West team.
The game is flooded with players signed to play next season for Kentucky. Head coach John Calipari signed six McDonald's All-Americans. Dakari Johnson and Julius Randle are playing for the East team Wednesday; Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, Marcus Lee and James Young are playing for the West team.
The game begins at 8:30 p.m. CT and can be streamed online at WatchESPN.
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