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Second half of Boost Mobile Elite 24 roster announced


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In an attempt to add to the nonexistent drama surrounding the selection of high school basketball all-star teams, ESPN Rise has released the names of the final 12 selections for the Boost Mobile Elite 24, which will take place August 26-27 in the city that fake gave us Hulk Hogan, Venice Beach, CA. There are several recognizable names on the list for Kentucky fans, including shot-blocking machine Nerlens Noel and the Harrison brothers, among others. You can check out the first half of the roster here.

The dunk contest, which will feature Shabazz Muhammad, will take place Friday the 26th at 6 p.m., with the actual game happening on the 27th at 7 p.m. Both events will be televised live on ESPNU. Here are the names that were added today:

Boost Mobile Elite 24 – 2011 Roster Release II

Pos.

Name

Class

Height

Weight

High School

ESPNU Rank

SF

Justin Anderson

2012

6’6″

210

Montrose Christian
(Rockville, Md.)

No. 62 ESPNU 100

PF

Brandon Ashley

2012

6’9″

215

Findlay Prep
(Henderson, Nev.)

No. 5 ESPNU 100

PG

Nate Britt

2013

6’1″

165

Gonzaga Prep
(Washington, D. C.)

No. 15 ESPNU Super 60

PG

Aquille Carr

2013

5’6″

140

Patterson
(Baltimore, Md.)

No. 59 ESPNU Super 60

PF

Robert Carter Jr.

2012

6’8″

250

Shiloh
(Snellville, Ga.)

No. 14 ESPNU 100

SF

Savon Goodman

2012

6’6″

190

Academy of the New Church
(Bryn Athyn, Pa.)

No. 68 ESPNU 100

SG

Aaron Harrison

2013

6’4″

205

Travis
(Fort Bend, Texas)

No. 7 ESPNU Super 60

PG

Andrew Harrison

2013

6’4″

205

Travis
(Fort Bend, Texas)

No. 4 ESPNU Super 60

SF

Amile Jefferson

2012

6’7″

180

Friends’ Central
(Wynnewood, Pa.)

No. 25 ESPNU 100

C

Nerlens Noel

2013

6’10”

215

The Tilton School
(Tilton, N.H.)

No. 2 ESPNU Super 60

SG

Rasheed Sulaimon

2012

6’3″

175

Strake Jesuit
(Houston, Texas)

No. 13 ESPNU 100

SG

Gabe York

2012

6’1″

170

Orange Lutheran
(Orange, Calif.)

No. 37 ESPNU 100

Article written by Hunter Campbell

8 responses to “Second half of Boost Mobile Elite 24 roster announced”

  1. tdogg4033011

    now you know you’ll have to give us another reminder before then ….

  2. Roland

    Duh, is this the UK tryout game?

  3. Mr. Obvious

    Vaught is reporting the game monday is going to be on TV. Is this a sham or is it the truth. We in Paducah must find out

  4. BPsycho

    #3 I’ll beat some Vaught *** if he’s a liar!

  5. Brummy

    #10: FSU had the(I believe)#2 recruiting class in the nation behind Alabama…Obviously UF does not have a monopoly in Florida…The SEC gets a lot of good players from there, but getting a program that has that kind of recruiting is amazing…And I would rather have the Florida high school recruits that FSU would draw in the conference than those we would get out of those eastern states.

  6. UK Champion

    Come out and meet 1996 & 98 NCAA Champion and 2005 NBA Champion Nazr Mohammed Saturday, Aug 13 at Wildcat Wearhouse in the Fayette Mall from 1-2pm and at Lexington Sports Cards off E. Reynolds Road from 3-4pm.

  7. Andre Riddick's Love-child

    Aquille Carr will be 25 by the time he steps foot on a college campus

  8. silverado

    Try not to make comments about areas of the country you obviously have not visited. First of all, there is no city called “Venice Beach, CA.” It is simply Venice and it’s a terrific town on the edge of West LA. Secondly, Venice did NOT “give” Hulk Hogan to the world. That Bozo was born in Georgia and spent the first many years of his wrestling career in Tampa, FL.