Posted On: 01/14/20 6:04 PM

The 2020 McDonald’s All-American nominations were announced this morning and 11 student-athletes from Washington made the list. 10 of the 11 players have signed their National Letter of Intent to play at the next level, so this honor is really just the cherry on top of a successful all around high school career thus far.

Players can be nominated by one of four groups: 1) High school coach, 2) High School athletic director, 3) High school principal, or 4) McDonald’s All-American Selection Committee member. Players must be nominated in order to be considered for the official roster selection of 24 of the best players the country has to offer. The final roster for the game will be announced in the coming weeks. The 11 players that are in consideration for the McDonald’s All-American game are listed below with their college destination.

2020 5’9 G Aaliyah Alexander (Beamer HS) – Eastern Washington University

2020 5’9 PG Elizabeth Boni (University HS) – Colorado State University

2020 6’0 SF Maisie Burnham (Liberty HS) – Eastern Washington University

2020 6’3 C Keeli Burton-Oliver (Eastlake HS) – Arizona State University

2020 6’4 F Dalayah Daniels (Garfield HS) – University of California, Berkeley

2020 6’8 C Sela Heide (Mt. Si HS) – Undecided

2020 6’2 PF Jordyn Jenkins (Kentridge HS) – University of Southern California

2020 6’0 F Madison Dixon (Pomeroy HS) – University of Providence

2020 5’10 SF MeiLani McBee (Kennewick HS) – University of Hawaii

2020 5’11 G Jayda Noble (Mt. Spokane HS) – University of Washington

2020 5’7 PG Hailey Van Lith (Cashmere HS) – University of Louisville


The full list of nominees can be found here: