Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Middle School All-American Game Returns to the Nation’s Capital Boasting Talent from Coast to Coast

The Middle School All-American Game returns to the nation’s capital and again will play host to the very best players in America. The schedule for the country’s most exclusive Middle School All-Star game as well as the area’s top rising freshman game, the Coach Francis Classic will be held on August 26, 2016.  Game times and schedule will be announced in the coming weeks.

The Head Coaches will be revealed in the coming weeks; but the staff again will boast some of the very best in the DMV just like those who stalked the sidelines last year!

Commitments for this year’s game include names such as:

Trey Patterson, 6’9, 2021, New Jersey
Bryce Griggs, 5’9, 2022, Texas
Ryan Conway, 6’0, 2021, Maryland
Keon Henderson, 5'9, Michigan
Jaden Bradley, 6’2, 2022, North Carolina
Paris Dawson, 6’1, 2021, Arizona
Quinn Clark, 6’3, 2022, Virginia
Jarace Walker, 6’2, 2022, Pennsylvania
Cameron Gillus, 2023, Virginia
Skyy Clark, 5’11, 2022, California
Jahkary Townes, 2023, Michigan
Antonio Hamlin, 2022, Maryland
Evan Young, 5’7, 2022, Utah
Jaden Johnson, 5’7, 2022, Maryland
Dee Morton, 6’2, 2021, Georgia

As voting continues there are multiple players from the DMV in contention for spots! Review the voting process now at www.p2bball.com  

Player Nominations can be sent to: msagpromotions@gmail.com
The rosters for the Coach Francis Classic Rising Freshman Game will be made available in August.

MSAG 2020 

MSAG 2021

MSAG 2022

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