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USA Men's U19 / Junior World Championship All-Time Alphabetical Roster

  • Date:
    Oct 4, 2019

A
Maurice Ager 2003 Michigan State
De'Angelo Alexander 2003 Oklahoma
Keith Appling 2011 Michigan State
Stacey Augmon 1987 Nevada-Las Vegas
B
Vincent Baker 1991 Hartford
Scottie Barnes 2019 University School (FL)
Michael Beasley 2007 Notre Dame Prep (MA)
James Bell 2011 Villanova
Walter Berry 1983 St. John's
Patrick Beverley 2007 Arkansas
Justin Bibbs 2015 Virginia Tech
James Blackmon 1983 Kentucky
Kerry Boagni 1983 Kansas
Matt Bouldin 2007 Gonzaga
Robert Brickey 1987 Duke
Anthony Brown 2011 Stanford
Craig Brown 1991 Florida
Daniel Brown 2003 Illinois
Graham Brown 2003 Michigan
Jaylen Brunson 2015 Stevenson H.S. (IL)
David Burgess 2003 Woodbridge H.S. (CA)
C
Matt Carroll 1999 Hatboro Horsham H.S. (PA)
Jahii Carson 2011 Mesa H.S. (AZ)/Arizona State
Vince Carter 1995 Mainland H.S. (FL)
DeAngelo Castro 2009 Washington State
Bryan Caver 1991 Seton Hall
Matt Clark 1979 Oklahoma State
Nick Collison 1999 Iowa Falls H.S. (IA)
Cade Cunningham 2019 Montverde Academy (FL)
Seth Curry 2009 Duke
Stephen Curry 2007 Davidson
D
Paul Davis 2003 Michigan State
Darren Daye 1979 UCLA
Hamidou Diallo 2017 Kentucky
Taymon Domzalski 1995 New Mexico Military Institute
Keyon Dooling 1999 Missouri
E
Carsen Edwards 2017 Purdue
Jawun Evans 2015 Kimball H.S. (TX)
F
Jamal Faulkner 1991 Arizona State
Terrance Ferguson 2015 Homeschooled
Eric Floyd 1979 Georgetown
Johnny Flynn 2007 Niagara Falls H.S. (NY)
Tremaine Fowlkes 1995 California
Michael Frazier 2013 Florida
G
Kenny Gattison 1983 Old Dominion
Ashton Gibbs 2009 Pittsburgh
Harry Giles 2015 Wesleyan Christian Academy (NC)
Aaron Gordon 2013 Archbishop Mitty H.S. (CA)
Jalen Green 2019 Prolific Prep (CA)
Donte' Greene 2007 Towson Catholic H.S. (MD)
H
Tyrese Haliburton 2019 Iowa State
Adam Hall 1999 Virginia
Jeff Hall 1983 Louisville
Bob Hansen 1979 Iowa
Tim Hardaway, Jr. 2011 Michigan
Montrezl Harrell 2013 Louisville
Scott Hastings 1979 Arkansas
Gordon Hayward 2009 Butler
Ryan Hollins 2003 UCLA
Damian Hollis 2007 George Washington
Kevin Huerter 2017 Maryland
Ron Huery 1987 Arkansas
J
Joe Jackson 2011 Memphis
Josh Jackson 2015 Prolific Prep (CA)
Casey Jacobsen 1999 Glendora H.S. (AZ)
Buck Johnson 1983 Alabama
Larry Johnson 1987 Nevada-Las Vegas
DeAndre Jordan 2007 Bellaire Episcopal H.S. (TX)
K
Louis King 2017 Hudson Catholic H.S. (NJ)
Larry Krystkowiak 1983 Montana
L
Jeremy Lamb 2011 Connecticut
Antonio Lang 1991 Duke
Jarvis Lang 1991 North Carolina-Charlotte
Trajan Langdon 1995 Duke
Romeo Langford 2017 New Albany H.S. (IN)
Meyers Leonard 2011 Illinois
Steve Lepore 1999 Northwestern
Lafayette Lever 1979 Arizona State
Kira Lewis Jr. 2019 Alabama
David Lighty 2007 Ohio State
Isaac Likekele 2019 Oklahoma State
Steve Logan 1999 Cincinnati
M
Shelvin Mack 2009 Butler
Mike Maddox 1995 Georgia Tech
Stephon Marbury 1995 Lincoln H.S. (NY)
Khyle Marshall 2011 Butler
Brandon McCoy 2017 Cathedral Catholic H.S. (CA)
Doug McDermott 2011 Creighton
Darius Miller 2009 Kentucky
Lance Miller 1991 Villanova
Tony Mitchell 2011 North Texas
Evan Mobley 2019 Ranco Christian H.S. (CA)
Raymar Morgan 2007 Michigan State
Arnett Moultrie 2009 Texas-El Paso
O
Jahlil Okafor 1999 Whitney Young H.S. (IL)
Josh Okogie 2017 Georgia Tech
Chinanu Onauku 2015 Louisville
P
Jason Parker 1999 West Charlotte H.S. (NC)
Cherokee Parks 1991 Marina H. S. (CA)
Elfrid Payton 2013 Louisiana
Gary Payton 1987 Oregon State
L.J. Peak 2015 Georgetown
Sam Perkins 1979 Shaker H.S. (NC)
Reggie Perry 2019 Mississippi State
Wesley Person 1991 Auburn
Kevin Pittsnogle 2003 West Virginia
Tajuan Porter 2007 Oregon
Kevin Pritchard 1987 Kansas
Payton Pritchard 2017 Oregon
Q
Immanuel Quickley 2017 The John Carroll School (MD)
R
J.J. Redick 2003 Duke
Cmeron Reddish 2017 Westtown School (PA)
J.J. Redick 2003 Duke
Khalid Reeves 1991 Arizona
Randy Reed 1979 Forrest Park J. C.
Fred Roberts 1979 Brigham Young
James Robinson 2013 Pittsburgh
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl 2019 IMG Academy (FL)
S
Mark Samford 1995 Washington
Dwayne Schintzius 1987 Florida
Brent Scott 1991 Rice
Mustafa Shakur 2003 Philadelphia Friends Central H.S. (PA)
Bobby Simmons 1999 DePaul
Lionel Simmons 1987 LaSalle
Scott Skiles 1983 Michigan State
Marcus Smart 2013 Oklahoma State
LaBradford Smith 1987 Louisville
Mike Smith 1983 Brigham Young
Edward Stokes 1991 Arizona
Jalen Suggs 2019 Minnehaha Academy (MN)
Rasheed Sulaimon 2013 Duke
Caleb Swanigan 2015 Homestead H.S. (IN)
T
Jayson Tatum 2015 Chaminade College Prep (MO)
Tyshwn Taylor 2009 Kansas
Howard Thompkins 2009 Georgia
Deon Thompson 2007 North Carolina
Klay Thompson 2009 Washington State
Stephen Thompson 1987 Syracuse
Mike Tobey 2013 Virginia
Allonzo Trier 2015 Findlay Prep (NV)
W
Kenny Walker 1983 Kentucky
Samaki Walker 1995 Louisville
Dwayne Washington 1983 Syracuse
PJ Washington 2017 Kentucky
C.J. Watson 2003 Tennessee
Thomas Welsh 2015 UCLA
Jahidi White 1995 Georgetown
Terrico White 2009 Mississippi
Terry White 1979 Texas-El Paso
Austin Wiley 2017 Auburn
Brian Williams 1987 Maryland
Chris Williams 1999 Virginia
Deron Williams 2003 Illinois
Lance Williams 1999 DePaul
Maurice Williams 1979 Southern California
Scott Williams 1987 North Carolina
Nigel Williams-Goss 2013 Findlay Prep (NV)
Trevion Williams 2019 Purdue
Zaiare Williams 2019 Notre Dame H.S. (CA)
Justise Winslow 2013 St. John's H.S. (TX)
Steve Wojciechowski 1995 Duke
Steve Woodside 1983 Oregon State
James Worthy 1979 Ashbrook H.S. (NC)
Michael Wright 1999 Arizona
Y
Patrick Young 2011 Florida
Tim Young 1995 Stanford

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