Mar 25, 2012; Chicago, IL, USA; McDonalds High School All American guard Gary Harris (40) poses during a photo shoot for the 35th McDonalds High School All American Game to be held at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE
Michigan State will be represented by recruit Garry Harris in the McDonald's All-American Game on Wednesday.
The McDonald's All-American Game is set to go down on Wednesday, as the most important of the high-school basketball all-star games out there. That's not an ironic statement - it's always been a big deal. The top players in the senior class - 21 of the 24 players being in ESPN's Top 100 - will get to playing on March 28 at the United Center in Chicago.
For the region, the Michigan State Spartans have a commit in the game - Gary Harris of Hamilton, Southeastern. Harris will be playing for the East Team among the absolute best in the country. Harris committed to Michigan State in November, after visiting with several other schools.
He'll be playing with Kyle Anderson (St. Anthony), DeJuan Coleman (Jamesville-Dewitt), Kris Dunn (New London), Perry Ellis (Wichita Heights), Shaq Goodwin (Southwest DeKalb), Amile Jefferson (Friends' Central), Tyler Lewis (Oak Hill Academy), Tony Parker (Miller Grove), Alex Pothress (Northeast), Rodney Purvis (Upper Room Christian Academy) and T.J. Warren (Brewster Academy).
For the west team, you can check out the official roster here.
Game Date/Time: Wednesday, March 28, 8:30 p.m. ET
TV Coverage: ESPN & ESPN3