Many players succeeded after '79 game
The 1979 McDonald's All American Game featured some of the greatest high school talent ever to play on one court. Here's what happened to these teenage prodigies after the game was played.
Tim Andree, Brother Rice (Birmingham, Mich.), Notre Dame
Andree averaged 3.9 points and 2.68 rebounds per game for Digger Phelps' Fighting Irish. He played professional ball internationally in Europe and Japan. He retired in 1990 and took a position at Toyota. Currently, Andree is the CEO of Dentsu ...
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