Tompkins BB Knight nominated to McDonald’s All American game

By Tyler Tyre, Sports Editor
Posted 1/12/22

Tompkins BB Knight was named to the McDonald’s All American game on Wednesday.

The games, which are slated for this March in Chicago will be the 45th in the history of the McDonald’s …

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Tompkins BB Knight nominated to McDonald’s All American game

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Tompkins BB Knight was named to the McDonald’s All American game on Wednesday.

The games, which are slated for this March in Chicago will be the 45th in the history of the McDonald’s All American games.

More than 760 players across the country were nominated to the games, which players such as Michael Jordan, Candace Parker, LeBron James, Maya Moore, Trae Young, Breanna Stewart have played in.

“As a brand that feeds and fosters many communities across the country, it’s great to celebrate these players who are proudly representing their high schools, families and hometowns from all over,” said Derrick Taylor, owner/operator and Black McDonald’s Operators Association Lead for Chicago. “As a big basketball fan myself, and on behalf of McDonald’s owner/operators across the country, we can’t wait to see the top 48 high school players take the court this March in Chicago, a city that’s hosted the Games numerous times over the past 45 years.”

Knight, who is currently out with an injury, has helped Tompkins to a 14-8 record to start the season.

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