McDonald’s All-American nominees announced


O’Connell guard Melo Trimble is among more than 35 D.C.-area McDonald’s All-American nominees.(John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

McDonald’s announced the nominees for the 2014 High School All-American game, which will take place April 2 in Chicago. The list features several nominees from nearly every state, all seniors, and will be whittled to teams of 24 boys and 24 girls to be announced Jan. 29 on ESPNU. Last year, St. John’s guard Lindsay Allen, a three-time All-Met and 2012-13 girls’ All-Met Player of the Year was chosen to play for the East team in the 2013 All-American game. Check out the (long) list of D.C. area nominees for the 2014 edition below:

Maryland

Boys: 

Mike Cunningham, G,  DuVal High School

Ellis Dozier, F, Sherwood High School

Jordan Grant, G, Archbishop Spalding

Byron Hawkins, G, Clinton Christian

Corey Henson, G, DeMatha

Clint Robinson, F, C.H. Flowers

Aaron Robinson, G, Springbrook

Andrew Robinson, G, Springbrook

Andrew Walker, F, Bullis

Dion Wiley, G, Potomac

Girls: 

Rhamat Al-Hassan, C, Academy of the Holy Cross

Casey Davis, C, Elizabeth Seton High School

Jillian Dunston, G/F Academy of the Holy Cross

Auteonna Gilmore, G, Capitol Christian Academy

Breonn Hughey, G, Capitol Christian Academy

Chloe Jackson, G, Riverdale Baptist

Chania Ray, G, Riverdale Baptist

Daijha Thomas, F, Calvert

Khayla Trowell, F, Elizabeth Seton

Sara Woods, F, Good Counsel

D.C.

(No boys nominees)

Girls: 

Tatiana Brown, G, Archbishop Carroll

Essence Brown, G, Coolidge

Kenyatta Butler, G/F Archbishop Carroll

Raley Hinton, F, St. John’s

Sarah Ing, G, National Cathedral

Lark Ming, G, Archbishop Carroll

Christine Morin, G, St. John’s

Britani Stowe, G, St. John’s

Jaylyn Watson, G/F Archbishop Carroll

Montana Wigfall, G, Archbishop Carroll

Virginia

Boys: 

Keljin Blevins, F, O’Connell

Stephen Osu, C, O’Connell

Melo Trimble, G, O’Connell

Girls: 

Nicole Floyd, F, Stonewall Jackson

Ariana Freeman, G, Paul VI

Jenna Green, G,Centreville

Kenya Holland, G, Colonial Forge

Amber Mixon, G, Forest Park

Lindsey Oblitey, G, Paul VI

Abigail Rendle, F, South Lakes

CORRECTION: A previous version of this post incorrectly omitted Holy Cross center Rhamat Al-Hassan from this list.

Chelsea Janes covers the Nationals for The Washington Post.

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