All-American Championship rosters announced

The Gazelle Group has been running college basketball events for a while now. Last year, they jumped into the high school all-star game fray with their inaugural All-American Championship. The AAC is back again this year and is quickly emerging as a strong contender in the post-season circuit.
Taking place in New Orleans on the Sunday between the Final Four and National Championship game, the AAC features an absolutely loaded roster.
Headlining the field of 38 players is five-star Nerlens Noel who could emerge as the top player in the country when he's ranked in the class of 2012's final rankings.
With teams of juniors and seniors making up squads from the North, East, South and West the event features 11 five-star, 25 four-star and two three-star prospects amongst the 38 players in the event.
Nate Britt- North Carolina
Omar Calhoun- UConn
Dajuan Coleman- Syracuse
Jerami Grant- Syracuse
Ricardo Ledo- Providence
Mitch McGary- Michigan
Nerlens Noel- Undecided
Christopher Obekpa- Undecided
D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera- Georgetown
Kaleb Tarczewski- Arizona
Willie Cauley- Kentucky
Shaquille Cleare- Maryland
Keith Frazier- Undecided
Aaron Harrison- Undecided
Andrew Harrison- Undecided
Matt Jones- Duke
Cameron Ridley- Texas
L.J. Rose- Baylor
Gabe York- Arizona
Cameron Biedscheid- Notre Dame
Sam Dekker- Wisconsin
Kevin Ferrell- Indiana
Mike Gesell- Iowa
Jeremy Hollowell- Indiana
Ronnie Johnson- Purdue
Marc Loving- Ohio State
Hanner Perea- Indiana
Glenn Robinson III- Michigan
Adam Woodbury- Iowa
Robert Carter- Georgia Tech
Javan Felix- Texas
Ricardo Gathers- Baylor
Shaquille Goodwin- Memphis
Joel James- North Carolina
Shaquille Johnson- Auburn
Evan Nolte- Virginia
Braxton Ogbueze- Florida
Derek Willis- Kentucky