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January 9, 2014 at 1:16 PM

2014 McDonald’s All-American Games nominees

The nominees for the McDonald’s All-American Game have been released and the list of players in the state of Washington is quite long.

The game, which is to be played on April 3 at the United Center in Chicago, is a prestigious event that will take place for the 37th year (13th on the girls side). The first name on the list (it is alphabetical) might be the most recognizable — Shaqquan Aaron. The Louisville commit is joined as a nominee by teammate David Crisp. Jackson teammates Jason Todd and Dan Kingma are also included as nominees. Kingma’s twin sister Kelli is also nominated.

One of the key omissions is Garfield guard Tramaine Isabell. The Washington State commit is a quick guard that scored 47 points earlier this season and is averaging 21.5 per game.

Isabell’s teammate Brayon Blake is nominated, although he is one of the players with their information not updated. The official release has Blake’s school as Federal Way. It also has Crisp’s school as Clover Park.

One name you might not recognize on the list is St. George’s Dexter Sienko. I had the chance to watch Sienko play in the State B tournament in Spokane last year and came away impressed. Yes, he wasn’t playing against the top talent in the state, but he was big, athletic and had a knack for scoring. He also did this.

Name | School
Shaqquan Aaron Rainier Beach High School
Taylor Baird Glacier Peak High School
Travis Bakken Edmonds-Woodway High School
Cody Benzel Ferris High School
Brayon Blake Federal Way High School
Bogdon Bliznyuk Todd Beamer High School
Greg Bowman Mountlake Terrace
Dylan Boyd Cashmere High School
Jazzlyn Brewster Bellermine Prep
Derek Brown Auburn Riverside High School
Beau Byus Central Valley High School
David Crisp Clover Park High School
Donavan Dorsey Timberline High School
Jasmin Edwards Lynnwood High School
Nikki Fausey Glacier Peak High School
Will Ferris Newport High School
Kai Greene Cleveland High School
Kelli Hayes Archbisoph Mitty High School
Kate Holmes Bellevue High School
Matt Hubbard Colville High School
Dan Kingma Jackson High School
Kelli Kingma Jackson High School
Myzhanique Ladd Cleveland High School
Jacob Lamkin O’Dea High School
Josh Martin Bothell High School
Race Martin Pullman High School
Nike McClure W.F. West High School
Brittany McPhee Mt. Rainer High School
Dalton Patchen Colton High School
Sidney Rielly Everett High School
Justin Rivas Okanagan High School
Makala Roper Cleveland High School
Dexter Sienko St. Georges High School
Chandler Smith Brewster High School
Jake Straughan Colton High School
Nathan Streufert Richland High School
Jason Todd Jackson High School
Sarah Toeaina Kentwood High School
D’Marques Tyson Lakeside High School
Marijike Vandershaaf Eastlake High School
Kaleb Warner Mercer Island High School
Matt Welch Bishop Blanchett High School
Jamil Wilson Jones Mount Rainier High School
Phillip Winston Clover Park High School
Coleman Wooten Tahoma High School

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