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Spring Valley player selected to play in McDonald's All American Game

Dozier Dozier
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

P.J. Dozier, Jr. of Spring Valley High School joined the ranks of high school basketball's elite as he was selected to the 2015 McDonald's All American Boys West Team. 

Dozier's selection was announced during a Jan. 28 Selection Show on ESPNU. He joins 23 other top male prep players throughout the country. Final Team rosters can be viewed at www.mcdaag.com.

The 38th Annual Boys Game tips off at 8:00 pm CT (9:00 pm ET) on Wednesday, April 1 inside Chicago's United Center and will air live on ESPN. The 14th Annual Girls Game precedes the Boys Game, beginning at 5:30 pm CT (6:30 ET) and will be televised live on ESPNU. 

Dozier is the third consecutive McDonald's All American Finalist hailing from the Midlands to play for the South Carolina Gamecocks. He also now ranks with an impressive list of players who have donned the McDonald's All American jersey, including: Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Jahlil Okafor, Candace Parker, Maya Moore, Elena Delle Donne, Skylar Diggins and Breanna Stewart.

The McDonald's All American Games support and celebrate deserving local athletes as they take their first steps toward basketball greatness, while also strengthening ties and relationships with communities across the country.

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