McDonald’s for Selden & Vonleh!

New England Recruiting Report | Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

McDonald’s for Selden & Vonleh!

Wayne Selden and Noah Vonleh received the highest achievement possible for a high school basketball player on Thursday, when they were both named to the 2013 McDonald’s All-American Game.

The rosters were announced live on ESPNU’s Recruiting Nation at 5pm EST.

Both Selden and Vonleh were also named to the Jordan Brand All-Star Game, as announced earlier this week.  

A total of 24 players from around the country were named to the 36th annual McDonald’s game, which will be played on April 3rd in Chicago, and televised live on ESPN.  

Selden and Vonleh are both on the east team along with the nation’s top ranked prospect Andrew Wiggins, but they’ll have their hands full with a west squad that includes six of the top ten players in the country in #2 Jabari Parker, #4 Aaron Gordon, #5 Andrew Harrison, #6 James Young, #7 Aaron Harrison, and #10 Jarrell Martin.  

Click here to see ESPN's senior recruiting analysist, Paul Biancardi, break down the top four prospects on the east team.    

Selden joins Missouri big man Alex Oriakhi as the second McDonald's All-American to come out of the Tilton School, while Vonleh is also the second player to make the game in the history of the New Hampton School, joining former North Carolina guard Rashad McCants.

This marks the first time since 2000 that two players from the state of Massachusetts have been selected to the McDonald's All-American game.