Sabrina Ionescu undeclared, unmatched as McDonald's All American

CHICAGO -- There was no shortage of scoring skills at the 2016 McDonald's All American Game, which was won in overtime by the West squad, 97-88.

Sabrina Ionescu, the lone undeclared player in the game, set the McDonald's scoring record with 25 points, topping Elizabeth Williams' record of 23, which was set in 2011. Ionescu's record-setting night included seven 3-pointers and 10 rebounds as she propelled the West to the win. Eight of her points came in overtime.

For a good chunk of the game, it was TCU signee Amber Ramirez of the East squad who was threatening Williams' record. Ramirez finished with 21.

Here's a player-by-player breakdown from Wednesday night and a peek into the future.


Lauren Cox, Baylor: The No. 1 prospect in the class has proven her dominance during the past three years. On Wednesday, she had eight points, 10 rebounds, four assists and four blocks. It was her 3-pointer with less than a minute to go in regulation that tied the game. Cox is going to fit in well with a dominant front court at Baylor that already includes McDonald's alums Kalani Brown and Beatrice Mompremier.

Sabrina Ionescu, undeclared: If you had any doubts about whether Ionescu was going to be a game-changer, her performance Wednesday night erased them. Ionescu took charge for the West, at one point even diagramming a play in the huddle, and willed her team to victory with a record-setting 25 points as well as 10 rebounds and three assists. By the way, she also received the sportsmanship award at halftime and the MVP after the final buzzer. Could you ask for anything more?

Jeannie Boehm, Harvard: The hometown favorite with an Ivy League future, Boehm is among the most versatile forwards in the game. She expertly handled a sideline interview with ESPNU and had four points, four rebounds, two blocks and a steal.

Chassity Carter, Vanderbilt: Explosive, athletic and fun to watch, Vanderbilt is getting an exciting prospect in Carter. She contributed eight points and four rebounds at McDonald's.

Di'Jonai Carrington, Stanford: Normally a double-double machine, Carrington struggled to find her shot in Chicago but did grab three rebounds in 14 minutes on the court. Usually money from inside 10 feet, Carrington's versatility should play well at Stanford.

Nadia Fingall, Stanford: She had a reputation for being efficient on both ends of the floor, and Fingall did just that on Wednesday night. Blending power with finesse, Fingall scored nine points and grabbed 10 rebounds. She also added two blocks and three assists.

Tori McCoy, Ohio State: Battling injuries for the past year, the ultra-athletic post looked strong in Chicago. She had six points and five rebounds in just 15 minutes. Look for her to help the Buckeyes continue their emergence as a national power.

Leaonna Odom, Duke: Fresh off leading her Chaminade team to a California state title, Odom is one of the most athletic prospects in the class. Not to mention exciting. She finished Wednesday night with 10 points and three rebounds in 18 minutes of work.

Kylee Shook, Louisville: A superb shot blocker with great hands, Shook will give Louisville another post performer. She had a quiet offensive night, but had two blocks and two steals in 13 minutes on the United Center court.

Destiny Slocum, Maryland: She was simply dazzling. Speedy and sure with the ball in her hands, the lead guard finished with 10 points, five assists and four rebounds. Slocum, one of three future Terrapins in the game, stood out among the stars.

Anna Wilson, Stanford: Wilson, injured during practice in Chicago, was unable to play. She finished her high school career by leading Bellevue to a state title in Washington.

Jackie Young, Notre Dame: Nobody has scored more than Young in the history of high school basketball in Indiana. She did pretty well in Illinois, too. Young, who reminds many of former Irish guard Jewell Loyd, scored six straight points to start the game. She finished with 15 points, 10 rebounds and two steals.


Joyner Holmes, Texas: Holmes strengthened the suspicion that she's going to make an immediate impact at Texas. Combining versatility with superior athleticism, Holmes had 10 points, five rebounds and a pair of assists on Wednesday.

Crystal Dangerfield, Connecticut: The top point guard in the class showed off her lightning speed under Chicago's bright lights. Expected to fill the shoes of Moriah Jefferson in Storrs, Dangerfield had a game-high six assists and hit two 3-pointers.

Erin Boley, Notre Dame: Like Young, her fellow Notre Dame-bound McDonald's All American, Boley had a superb showing in Chicago. The Gatorade national player of the year, Boley had 13 points, six rebounds and three assists.

Natalie Chou, Baylor: Chou did a little bit of everything, finishing with two points, four rebounds, two assists and two blocks. She's smart and efficient and, as we saw at McDonald's, she can hurt opponents in a variety of ways.

Blair Watson, Maryland: This future Terrapin chipped in three rebounds and three assists. Her stock continues to rise.

Amber Ramirez, TCU: First she won the 3-point contest at McDonald's on Monday night, and then she showed off her quick release and deep range on Wednesday night. She is simply instant offense. She had 14 points in the first half and finished with 21 for the game. She even found time in her 24 minutes to throw in two assists and two rebounds.

Nancy Mulkey, Oklahoma: The 6-foot-9 Sooner-to-be had five points and a block in 14 minutes of action. Expect a whole lot more of that when she takes to the Big 12.

Ciera Johnson, Louisville: The future Cardinal just missed out on a double-double, posting 12 points and nine rebounds. Johnson, among the elite centers in the class, also had three blocks. Johnson has had a whole lot to celebrate recently, including a state championship with Duncanville in Texas and an undefeated senior season. This game notwithstanding, Louisville is getting a winner.

Lindsey Corsaro, Kentucky: Coming off a dominant senior season, Corsaro had four points and seven rebounds. She always seems to make the right play at the right time. Nice catch, Kentucky!

Kaila Charles, Maryland: The lone player at McDonald's who hasn't finished her high school season, Charles had four points and eight rebounds. You can see her in action with Riverdale Baptist at the Dick's Sporting Goods Nationals in New York this weekend.

Alecia Sutton, Texas: The smooth and confident point guard sat out on Wednesday night with a knee injury.

Aaliyah Wilson, Arkansas: Wilson's big-time scoring mentality showed up in Chicago and produced 11 points and five rebounds in 22 minutes. Coach Jimmy Dykes is getting a good one.