Douglass' Clark, Memorial's Woodard lead state McDonald's All America nominees
BY RYAN ABER
Douglass’ Stevie Clark, an Oklahoma State signee, and Oklahoma signee Jordan Woodard of Edmond Memorial lead the way among 30 state nominees for 2013 McDonald’s All American honors.
On the girls side, more than 40 state players were nominated, including Carl Albert’s Gioya Carter, an OU signee, and OSU signee Lakota Beatty of Anadarko.
The nominees are among 814 seniors from around the country nominated to participate in the McDonald’s All American Games, which will be played April 3 at the United Center in Chicago.
Nominees will be honored at a breakfast at McDonald’s and the team rosters will be announced on ESPNU at 4 p.m. tonight. Twenty-four boys and 24 girls will be selected to participate in the event.
The last state boys player to be selected for the event was Putnam City’s Xavier Henry in 2009. Midwest City’s Richa Jackson was the last girls player selected, playing in the 2010 game.
Oklahoma McDonald’s All American Game nominees:
Ronnie Boyce, Putnam City
David Bush, Putnam City
Kevin Caudhill, Deer Creek
Stevie Clark, Douglass
Carlbe Ervin, Edmond North
Dorrian Gigger, Moore
Tyler Harrison, John Marshall
Jakob Hartsock, Bartlesville
Markell Henderson, Boswell
Tyler Holcomb, Edmond Memorial
Jaylen Lowe, Owasso
John Moon, Crescent
Shaquille Morris, Edmond Memorial
Cornell Neal, Midwest City
Juwan Parker, Tulsa Washington
Jacob Richardson, Porter
Jacob Seidel, Jenks
Don Simmons, Tulsa Edison
Quinton Smith, Bartlesville
Brian Speaks, Tulsa Edison
DaVaunta Thomas, Tulsa Hale
Rashawn Thomas, Southeast
Trae Thomas, Owasso
Josh Thompson, Capitol Hill
Rico Thompson, Stillwater
Jerrick Warren, Guthrie
Anthony White, Tulsa Memorial
Jordan Woodard, Edmond Memorial
Dylan Woods, Bluejacket
Seth Youngblood, Roland
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