The rosters for the inaugural Big Baller Brand All-American game were revealed on Wednesday and feature a pair of top-20 recruits to highlight the rosters.
Jaden McDaniels of Federal Way (Wash.), ranked No. 6 in the Chosen 25, will join LaMelo Ball, ranked No. 13 by ESPN, will highlight the rosters in the first high school All-Star game put on by Big Baller Brand.
Ball’s SPIRE Institute (Geneva, Ohio) teammate and Michigan State commit Rocket Watts will also be apart of the contest while Texas Tech commit Jahmius Ramsey, ranked No. 30 by ESPN, and Depaul commit Romeo Weems, ranked 45th by ESPN, will also be apart of the game.
Isaac Johnson, an Oregon commit ranked 55th, Christian Brown, ranked No. 60 by ESPN, Jaykwon Walton, a George commit ranked 67th, Jalen Wilson, a Michigan commit ranked 72nd, Sahvir Wheeler, a Texas A&M commit ranked 79th, and Josh Nickelberry, a Louisville commit ranked 82nd, all are top-100 players who will participate.
The rest of the rosters are comprised of Allen Flanigan, Brevin Walter, Ibrahima Diallo, Isaac McBride, Jalen Hill, Jaylin Williams, Julius Marble, Max Farthing.
The game is set to take place on March 31 in Las Vegas at Orleans Arena. As it stands, per Slam Online, a handful of roster spots remain open with Big Baller Brand hoping to fill those spots in the coming weeks.