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The second annual High School Academic All-American Classic

EVENT DETAILS

Azusa Pacific University will host the 2nd Annual High School Academic All-American Classic (HSAAC) on May 1, 2010 at the Felix Events Center. Along with the game, this year's event will include a formal banquet, a Los Angeles tour, a free camp for Special Olympics, a Slam Dunk 3-Point Competition and a parent workshop. The event will also provide Life Skills Performance workshops on the following topics:

- Financial Planning For Life After Basketball (Edward White & Co., LLP)

- Managing Academics & Athletics In College (Kenny Donaldson -- UCLA)

- Mental Training For Success (Graham Betchart -- GB Performance)

- Maximizing The College Experience

- Preparing For Professional Basketball After College

- College Panel Board with former Academic All-Americans

THE SELECTION PROCESS

The HSAAAC features some of the finest basketball players in the country who have excelled in the classroom and have contributed to their communities. The following criteria is how student-athletes are selected: grade point average, SAT/ACT scores, strength of high school curriculum, college selection, community service involvement, extra curricular activities and basketball ability. Players chosen will have had to maintain a cumulative 3.0 grade point average. This year's participants have an average grade point average of 3.6.

AMERICAN ALL-STARS

Number | Name | Position | Height | Weight | College

#0 Tobi Oyedeji, 6-8, 215

#2 Nate Bulluck, G, 6-4, 190, Middlebury

#3 Ahmad Starks, PG, 5-8, 155, Oregon State

#4 Gary Franklin, PG, 6-3, 185, California

#8 Rod Odom, F, 6-8, 200, Vanderbilt

#12 Jason Pospichal, G, 6-2, 165, Barry

#13 Richard Solomon, F/C, 6-9, 220, California

#15 Casey James, G, 6-3, 175, Pennsylvania

#21 Keala King, G/W, 6-6, 200, Arizona State

#22 Royce Woolridge, G, 6-3, 175, Kansas

#23 Allen Crabbe, G/W, 6-6, 200, California

#30 Jershon Cobb, G/W, 6-5, 180, Northwestern

#31 Kyle Collinsworth, G/F, 6-6, 205, Brigham Young

#32 Meyers Leonard, C, 7-0, 235, Illinois

#33 Carson Desrosiers, C, 6-11, 230, Wake Forest

#42 John McArthur, F/C, 6-9, 230, Santa Clara

Coaches: Michael Lynch (Price/Los Angeles, CA); A.D. Burtschi (Putnam City High School/Oklahoma City ,OK).

NATIONAL ALL-STARS

Number | Name | Position | Height | Weight | College

#0 Kendall Williams, PG, 6-4, 195, New Mexico

#1 Mike Attanasio, PG, 5-8, 150, Massachusetts Institute

#3 Anthony Brown, G, 6-7, 190, Stanford

#5 Josh Duckworth, G, 6-2, 220, Whitman

#10 Myles Cartwright, G, 6-3, 160, Pennsylvania

#11 Ben Brust, G, 6-3, 175, Iowa

#14 Jason Morris, G/W, 6-5, 200, Georgia Tech

#15 Alex Rossi, W, 6-5, 200, California

#21 Hector Harold, G/F, 6-7, 195, Pepperdine

#30 Eric Swoope, W, 6-6, 220, Miami

#32 Lenzelle Smith, G/W, 6-4, 215, Ohio State

#33 Dwight Powell, C, 6-10, 210, Stanford

#34 Josh Huestis, F, 6-8, 210, Stanford

#43 James Johnson, C, 6-9, 230, Virginia

#53 Alex Kirk, C, 6-11, 235, New Mexico

Coaches: Frank Alloco (De La Salle/Concord, CA); John Carroll (Northfield Mount Herman/Northfield, MA).

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