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Here is a quick-list look at our Junior All-American team released earlier today. Click here for the complete story.

Keep in mind, this is not a recruiting list. MaxPreps All-American teams are based on achievement (stats, honors, team success) during the 2009-10 season – not recruiting attention or college and pro potential.

National Junior of the Year

Austin Rivers, Winter Park (Fla.)

First Team

Wayne Blackshear, Morgan Park (Chicago, Ill.), 6-5 / 210 / Wing – Louisville commitment
Quinn Cook, DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.), 6-0 / 175 / Guard
Michael Gilchrist, St. Patrick (Elizabeth, N.J.), 6-7 / 190 / Forward - Kentucky commitment
Myck Kabongo, St. Benedict's Prep (Newark, N.J.), 6-2 / 170 / Guard – Texas commitment
Austin Rivers, Winter Park (Winter Park, Fla.), 6-3 / 180 / Guard

Second Team

Bradley Beal, Chaminade (St. Louis, Mo.), 6-3 / 185 / Guard – Florida commitment
Dorian Finney - Smith, Norcom (Portsmouth, Va.), 6-7 / 200 / Forward
P. J. Hairston, Dudley (Greensboro, N.C.), 6-6 / 220 / Wing – North Carolina commitment
James McAdoo, Norfolk Christian (Norfolk, Va.), 6-8 / 220 / Forward – North Carolina commitment
Adonis Thomas, Melrose (Memphis, Tenn.), 6-7 / 200 / Wing

Third Team

Branden Dawson, Lew Wallace (Gary, Ind.), 6-6 / 205 / Forward
Chris Jones, Melrose (Memphis, Tenn.), 5-9 / 165 / Guard – Tennessee verbal commitment
Quincy Miller, Quality Education Academy (Winston-Salem, N.C.), 6-9 / 195 / Forward
Julian Royal, Milton (Alpharetta, Ga.), 6-8 / 210 / Forward
Amir Williams, Detroit Country Day (Beverly Hills, Mich.), 6-10 / 220 / Forward

Fourth Team

Ryan Boatright, East (Aurora, Ill.), 5-10 / 160 / Guard
Joe Coleman, Hopkins (Minnetonka, Minn.), 6-3 / 180 / Guard
Trevor Lacey, Butler (Huntsville, Ala.), 6-4 / 190 / Guard
Le Bryan Nash, Lincoln (Dallas, Texas), 6-7 / 220 / Forward
Deville Smith, Callaway (Jackson, Miss.), 5-11 / 165 / Guard

Fifth Team

Aaron Brown, Penn Wood (Lansdowne, Pa.), 6-5 / 205 / Wing
Sheldon McClellan, Bellaire (Houston, Texas), 6-5 / 195 / Guard – Texas commitment
Hunter Mickelson, Westside (Jonesboro, Ark.), 6-10 / 195 / Forward
Shannon Scott, Milton (Alpharetta, Ga.), 6-2 / 170 / Guard – Ohio State commitment
Cody Zeller, Washington (Washington, Ind.), 6-9 / 195 / Forward

Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically)

Devonta Abron, Seagoville (Dallas, Texas), 6-7 / 215 / Forward
Tyler Adams, Brandon (Brandon, Miss.), 6-9 / 250 / Forward
Kyan Anderson, North Crowley (Fort Worth, Texas), 5-11 / 175 / Guard
Gary Bell, Kentridge (Kent, Wash.), 6-2 / 180 / Guard
Henry Brooks, Miller Grove (Lithonia, Ga.), 6-8 / 195 / Forward
Carlton Brundidge, Southfield (Southfield, Mich.), 6-1 / 190 / Guard – Michigan verbal commitment
Angelo Chol, Hoover (San Diego, Calif.), 6-9 / 205 / Forward
De Andre Daniels, Taft (Woodland Hills, Calif.), 6-8 / 185 / Forward – Texas verbal commitment
Myles Davis, St. Peter's Prep (Jersey City, N.J.), 6-2 / 180 / Guard
Chase Fischer, Ripley (Ripley, W.Va.), 6-3 / 170 / Guard – Marshall verbal commitment
Michael Gbinije, Benedictine (Richmond, Va.), 6-6 / 190 / Wing – Duke verbal commitment
Juan'ya Green, Archbishop Carroll (Radnor, Pa.), 6-3 / 185 / Guard
Ladontae Henton, Eastern (Lansing, Mich.), 6-6 / 200 / Forward
Rodney Hood, Meridian (Meridian, Miss.), 6-8 / 200 / Forward
Tyrone Johnson, Plainfield (Plainfield, N.J.), 6-2 / 180 / Guard
Cody Kessler, Centennial (Bakersfield, Calif.), 6-2 / 190 / Guard
Cole Krizancic, Mentor (Mentor, Ohio), 5-10 / 145 / Guard
Tommie McCune, Saginaw (Saginaw, Mich.), 6-7 / 185 / Forward
Ben McLemore, Eskridge (Wellston, Mo.), 6-4 / 185 / Guard
Norman Powell, Lincoln (San Diego, Calif.), 6-3 / 175 / Guard
Chasson Randle, Rock Island (Rock Island, Ill.), 6-2 / 180 / Guard
Levi Randolph, Bob Jones (Madison, Ala.), 6-5 / 185 / Wing
Marquis Teague, Pike (Indianapolis, Ind.), 6-1/ 170 / Guard
Josiah Turner, Sacramento (Sacramento, Calif.), 6-3 / 185 / Guard
Kyle Wiltjer, Jesuit (Portland, Ore.), 6-9 / 210 / Forward