Top unsigned prospect Cole Anthony named McDonald’s All-American Game MVP

first_imgAnthony, a 6-3 guard from Oak Hill Academy in Virginia, finished with 14 points, seven assists and four rebounds as his East team beat the West 115-100 in Atlanta. Before basketball fans swoon over Duke pair Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett and North Carolina’s Coby White this weekend in the NCAA Tournament, the freshman sensations of 2020 showcased themselves Tuesday in the McDonald’s All-American Game.Among the breakaway dunks and deep 3s, there was plenty of intrigue around top high school prospects who are still undecided on where they’ll hoop on the college level — including game MVP Cole Anthony. March Madness 2019: Kentucky star PJ Washington hints at return #McDAAG MVP award goes to Cole Anthony! See you next week at #GEICONationals ✌️@The_ColeAnthony pic.twitter.com/hWQhfR1uA2— Who’s Next (@WhosNextHS) March 28, 2019During the game, Anthony said he’s narrowed his top college choices to North Carolina, Wake Forest, Georgetown, Oregon and Notre Dame. He said he’d make his decision in late April. Related News “We’re getting very close,” Anthony said on ESPN (via CBS Sports). “I want to see what talent I have around me, and who can help me reach the Final Four as a freshman.”Anthony is the son of former NBA player and current analyst Greg Anthony.last_img


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