The McDonald’s All-American rosters are out and this year’s game is stacked with future Ducks and Beavers.
Oregon commits Angela Dugalic, Te-Hina Paopao, Sydney Parrish, Maddie Scherr and Kylee Watson, as well as Oregon State commit Sasha Goforth, will take their talents to the court at the Toyota Center in Houston for a game featuring some of the top high school talent around the country.
Both teams showed some love for their incoming players on Twitter.
All five Ducks coming in next season have been named @McDonalds All-Americans 👀🔥— Oregon Women’s Basketball (@OregonWBB) January 23, 2020
🏀 @kyleewatsonn #GoDucks | #FutureDucks https://t.co/4II0e0qIBa
Congratulations to all 5 incoming @OregonWBB Ducks on their selection to the McDonalds AA game. @sydney_parrish @Xxangela880xX @kyleewatsonn @tpaopao12 @madd1escherr So well-deserved. How cool is that? #GoDucks #FlyWithUs 🍔🍟 https://t.co/InbdWjQude— Kelly Graves (@GoDucksKG) January 23, 2020
Parrish, the nation’s No. 1 guard and No. 11 overall prospect, announced her commitment to Oregon in April. Just a week later, Dugalic, a 6-4 forward out of Maine West High School, shared her commitment to play for Graves and the Ducks.
In May, five-star point guard Te-Hina Paopao committed to Oregon over offers from California, Oregon State, UCLA and more. She is the a No. 14 ranked player in the country. Maddie Scherr, the nation’s No. 25 prospect and projected 5-star recruit, chose Oregon over a dozen other offers. She is the reigning Kentucky Gatorade Player of the Year.
Five-star forward Kylee Watson was the last of the group to announce her commitment to Oregon. She is the nation’s No. 18 overall prospect and recently led Mainland High School to its first, ever New Jersey Group III championship in 2019.
With Watson’s commitment, Oregon has four of the nation’s top 23 prospects in the 2020 class.
Sasha Goforth is the only player from the state of Arkansas selected for the McDonald’s All-American team. The nation’s No. 1 wing and No. 9 overall prospect committed to Oregon State in June over 30 other scholarship offers during her recruitment. She is the second-highest Pac-12 Conference commitment in the class of 2020.
Just when we thought the Pac-12 Conference couldn't get any more competitive, it did. The McDonald's All-American game will also feature Southridge High School’s Cameron Brink, who has committed to play at Stanford and Garfield High School's Dalaylah Daniel, who will take her talents to Cal.