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Justin Jackson, Jahlil Okafor take over McDonald's game


Justin Jackson and Jahlil Okafor ended their high school careers with MVP trophies. The two five-star recruits took home MVP honors in the 2014 McDonald’s All-American game. Jackson finished with 23 points. Jackson is known for his efficiency and he held true to that in the game, finishing 11-for-14 from the field. Early in the game, Jackson scored off easy lay ups and transition finishes. He also hit a mid-range pull-up and a three-pointer. (Scout.com)

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