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March 31, 2010 at 7:13 PM

Terrence Jones Shines in McDonald’s All-America Game

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Photo credit: AP Photo – Jay LaPrete
Terrence Jones (above, right) out of Jefferson High in Oregon started for the West team in tonight’s McDonald’s All-America game held in Columbus, OH.
Jones, a 6-foot-9 forward, scored 14 points to help the West to a 107-104 win at Ohio State’s Value City Arena.
During the ESPN broadcast, analyst Jay Williams said Jones will wait until Oregon fills its coaching vacancy before choosing a college.
Jones lists Washington among his final five, including UCLA, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Oregon.
Kentwood High star Josh Smith, who signed a letter of intent with UCLA, scored 10 points for the West.
— Many players in the McDonald’s All-America game believe five Kentucky Wildcats will enter the NBA draft. This could impact Washington because Jones has UK on his list.

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