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April 5, 2002
MDAA: Redick's 26 leads East to 138-107 victory
The future of Tobacco Road was on display tonight in New York City when seven future Blue Devils and Tar Heels took the floor in the McDonalds All American game. On this night it was a Blue Devil who took home top honors as JJ Redick knocked down 26 points to go along with four assists to earn MVP honors.
Perhaps Redick's top competitor for MVP honors
was future Tar Heel Rashad McCants who scored 22 points and grabbed six rebounds
as the future rivals led the East to an easy 138-107 victory over the West in
the 25th annual McDonalds All American Game.
Certainly the future in the ACC looks bright with 10 ACC representatives in the game, and it should have been 11 with the noticeable absence of Shelden Williams who was left out of the festivities. Future Tar Heel Sean May agreed when spoke with Al Featherstone of the Durham Herald Sun. ""The ACC has a strong class — three McDonald’s All-Americans going to Carolina, four to Duke ... and it should have been five with Shelden ," May said. "Travis Garrison is a great player ... and Eric Williams is so strong inside. It’s going to be a real special year for the ACC." "