McDonald’s All-American Game Recap (Female) – March 28, 2018

Christyn Williams of North Little Rock, Arkansas, took home MVP honors of the 2018 McDonald’s All-American Game.  Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports



UConn bound Christyn Williams earned most valuable player honors with a game high 22 points on 9-16 shooting from the field. She added 12 rebounds in a winning effort for the West. The 5-11 guard adds this piece of hardwood to her Naismith Player of the Year trophy, which she won earlier this month.


The most notable stat line coming from this game certainly had to be the amount of block shots (29). Perhaps this should not be such a surprise given the amount of size and paint defenders on both rosters. Baylor signee 6-3 Queen Egbo led the way with five blocks. Other notable shot blockers 6-4 Olivia Nelson-Ododa (UConn), 6-5 Elizabeth Dixon (Georgia Tech), 6-5 Charli Collier (Texas) and 6-3 Valencia Myers (Florida State) all showed their lane protecting skills as well.


The game featured the premier floor generals in the class of 2018. Honesty Scott-Grayson (Baylor) finished with five assists as did Jordan Nixon (Notre Dame). Jenna Brown (Stanford) and Destanni Henderson (South Carolina) also showed their distributing skills in this game.


Most of the nation’s top rebounders were in this game including Madison Williams (Oklahoma) finished with a game high 13 rebounds and showed why she is one of the nation’s most versatile wings. Baylor signee Aquira DeCosta for the West finished with ten rebounds proving that she should be a productive frontline player in Waco.


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