Reddic selected to NABC All-Star Game


Juvonte Reddic will represent VCU and is one of three A-10 players in this year's NABC All-Star Game.
Juvonte Reddic will represent VCU and is one of three A-10 players in this year’s NABC All-Star Game.

Juvonte Reddic will have one more game as a Ram, this time as a member of the East squad in this year’s NABC All-Star game.

The National Association of Basketball Coaches announced the rosters today for the 2014 Reese’s Division I College All-Star game, which will be played as part of Final Four Friday at the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.

The Reese’s Division I College All-Star game will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The teams are composed of senior student-athletes in NCAA Division I.

Reddic joins Troy Daniels (2013) and Bradford Burgess (2012) as recent Rams to participate in the event.

WEST ALL-STAR TEAM – Coach: Johnny Dawkins, Stanford

Davion Berry 6-4/185 G – Weber State
Joe Jackson 6-1/174 G – Memphis
Neil Watson 5-11/170 G – Southern Mississippi
Drew Crawford 6-5/215 G – Northwestern
Jaye Crockett 6-7/210 F – Texas Tech
Cameron Clark 6-7/211 F –  Oklahoma
Cory Jefferson 6-9/220 F – Baylor
Shawn Jones 6-8/236 F – Middle Tennessee
Sam Dower, Jr. 6-9/243 C – Gonzaga
Christian Standhardinger 6-8/220 F – Hawaii
Garrick Sherman 6-11/255 C – Notre Dame

EAST ALL-STAR TEAM – Coach: Mark Turgeon, University of Maryland

Karvel Anderson 6-2/190 G – Robert Morris
Langston Hall 6-4/180 G –  Mercer
Markel Starks 6-2/175 G – Georgetown
Pendarvis Williams 6-6/195 G – Norfolk State
Dwayne Evans 6-6/230 F – Saint Louis
Will Sheehey 6-7/200 F – Indiana
Juvonte Reddic 6-9/250 F – VCU
Jerrelle Benimon 6-8/245 F – Towson
Halil Kanacevic 6-8/255 F – Saint Joseph’s
Talib Zanna 6-9/230 C – Pittsburgh


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