Top recruit Paige Bueckers leads girls' All American Game roster

No. 1 prospect and UConn signee Paige Bueckers headlines the roster for the 2020 girls' McDonald's All American Game.

Bueckers, a 5-foot-11 point guard for Hopkins High School (Minnesota), is the top prospect in the Class of 2020. She is one of 24 players selected to the game. Fellow UConn signee Mir McLean also made the team.

The other top five prospects in the espnW HoopGurlz Recruiting Rankings were also selected to the team: No. 2 Angel Reese (Maryland), No. 3 Cameron Brink (Stanford), No. 4 Caitlin Clark (Iowa) and No. 5 Kamilla Cardoso (Syracuse).

The girls' game will be played on Wednesday, April 1, at the Toyota Center in Houston. It will be broadcast on ESPN2.

Five Oregon commits who are all ranked in the top 33 all made the roster, led by G Sydney Parrish. Joining her are F Kylee Watson, G Maddie Scherr, F Angela Dugalic and PG Te-Hina Paopao.

ROSTER (Ranking, Committed to)

Paige Bueckers (No. 1, UConn)

Angel Reese (No. 2, Maryland)

Cameron Brink (No. 3, Stanford)

Caitlin Clark (No. 4, Iowa)

Kamilla Cardoso (No. 5, Syracuse)

Hailey Van Lith (No. 8, undecided)

Hannah Gusters (No. 9, Baylor)

Sydney Parrish (No. 10, Oregon)

Priscilla Williams (No. 11, Syracuse)

Lexi Donarski (No. 12, Iowa State)

Madison Scott (No. 13, Ole Miss)

Dalayah Daniels (No. 14, California)

Kylee Watson (No. 15, Oregon)

Sasha Goforth (No. 16, Oregon State)

Deja Kelly (No. 17, North Carolina)

Olivia Cochran (No. 18, Louisville)

Maddie Scherr (No. 19, Oregon)

Mir McLean (No. 21, UConn)

Madeline Westbeld (No. 23, Notre Dame)

Angela Dugalic (No. 24, Oregon)

Treasure Hunt (No. 28, Kentucky)

Madison Hayes (No. 29, Mississippi State)

Te-Hina Paopao (No. 33, Oregon)

Eniya Russell (No. 43, South Carolina)