The five top players in the ESPNU 100 will be on display at the 2011 Jordan Brand Classic, April 16 in Charlotte, N.C.
The game, televised by ESPN2, will feature No.1 Austin Rivers (Winter Park, Fla./Duke), No. 2 Anthony Davis (Chicago, Ill./Kentucky), No. 3 Michael Gilchrist (Elizabeth, N.J./Kentucky), No. 4 Quincy Miller (High Point, N.C./Baylor) and No. 5 James McAdoo (Norfolk, Va./North Carolina).
The boys' high school game will be preceded by an International Game at 3:30 p.m. ET and a Regional Game at 5:30 p.m ET. All three games are at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte.
The rest of the roster includes Bradley Beal (St. Louis, Mo./Florida), Khem Birch (Fitchburg, Mass./Pittsburgh), Jabari Brown (Oakland, Calif./Oregon), Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Greenville, Ga./Georgia), Michael Carter-Williams (Providence, R.I./Syracuse), Rakeem Christmas (Bryn Athyn, Pa./Syracuse), Michael Gbinije (Richmond, Va./Duke), P.J. Hairston (Chatham, Va./North Carolina), Myck Kabongo (Henderson, Nev./Texas), Johnny O'Bryant (Cleveland, Miss./LSU), Sir'Dominic Pointer (Winston-Salem, N.C./St. John's), Otto Porter (Sikeston, Mo./Undecided), Shannon Scott (Alpharetta, Ga./Ohio State), Marquis Teague (Indianapolis, Ind./Kentucky), Adonis Thomas (Memphis, Tenn./Memphis), Kyle Wiltjer (Portland, Ore./Kentucky) and Tony Wroten, Jr. (Seattle, Wash./Washington).
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