The McDonald All American Game remains one of the highest honors a high school basketball player could achieve. Basketball Spotlight would like to congratulate two alums, Karl Towns Jr. and Isaiah Whitehead for being selected to the 2014 game in Chicago, Illinois.
Karl Towns Jr.
Karl Towns Jr. spent most of his grammar school career playing up in age but made stops at Basketball Spotlight with Team NJABC. He also performed in showcase events such as the Elite 80 Expo and the J.E.M. All Star Classic. He's having a stellar high school career including a state title and recently verbally committed to the University of Kentucky.
Isaiah Whitehead starred on the Spotlight as an 8th Grader while leading Juice All Stars to the “Team Of The Year” and earning Player Of The Year Honors. He played on the Spotlight circuit and in the J.E.M. All Star Classic. The Brooklyn native kept the Lincoln high school tradition going by helping them win another City Championship. Next year he will be attending Seton Hall University.
Basketball Spotlight is extremely proud of these two youngsters and wish them the best for the rest of their basketball careers.