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Three Virginia recruits nominated for McDonald’s All-American Game


virginia basketballVirginia Class of 2016 basketball recruits Kyle Guy, DeAndre Hunter and Ty Jerome have been nominated for the 2016 McDonald’s All-American Game.

The nominations for the March 30 game were released on Tuesday.

Guy, a five-star 6’3” guard out of Lawrenceville Central High (Indianapolis, Ind.) is averaging 25 points per game in his senior season.

Hunter, a 6’7” two-guard, is a four-star recruit out of Wynnewood, Pa., averaging 23 points per game this season.

Jerome is a 6’5” two-guard and four-star recruit.



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