Kameron Chatman selected to play in Jordan Brand Classic

Dylan Burkhardt

478748[1]Class of 2014 commitment Kameron Chatman was selected to play in the 2014 Jordan Brand Classic.

Chatman was one of 26 players selected to the event and will play with the West team . The game is scheduled for April 18th, 2014 (7 p.m.) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

Michigan, Indiana (James Blackmon Jr.) and Ohio State (D’Angelo Russell) were the only  Big Ten schools to have a signee selected for this year’s game.

Chatman just wrapped up his senior season, leading Columbia Christian to the 1A State Championship in Oregon. Chatman is the consensus No. 33 recruit in the country according to 247Sports.

Tickets can be purchased from Ticketmaster.com.

Find the full roster after the jump.


Tyus Jones (Apple Valley, MN/Duke), Joel Berry (Lake Highland, FL/UNC), Isaiah Whitehead(Lincoln, NY/Seton Hall), LJ Peak (Gaffney, SC/Georgetown), Grayson Allen (Providence, FL/Duke), James Blackmon (Marion, IN/Indiana), Rashad Vaughn (Findlay, NV/UNLV), Kelly Oubre (Findlay, NV/Kansas), Justin Jackson (Homeschool Christian Youth Academy, TX/UNC),Reid Travis (De LaSalle, MN/Stanford), Trey Lyles (Arsenal Tech, IN/Kentucky), Jahlil Okafor(Whitney Young, IL/Duke), Karl Towns (St. Joseph, NJ/Kentucky).


Emmanuel Mudiay (Prime Prep, TX/SMU), Tyler Ulis (Marian Catholic, IL/Kentucky), Devin Booker (Moss Point, MS/Kentucky), Kameron Chatman (Columbia Christian, OR/Michigan),Theo Pinson (Wesleyan Christian, NC/UNC), Justise Winslow (St. John’s, TX/Duke), Stanley Johnson (Master Dei, CA/Arizona), Cliff Alexander (Curie, IL/Kansas), Chris McCullough(IMG Academy/Syracuse), Myles Turner (Trinity, TX/Uncommitted), Daniel Hamilton (St. John Bosco, CA/UConn), D’Angelo Russell (Montverde Academy, FL/Ohio State), Shaqquan Aaron (Rainier Beach, WA/Louisville).

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  • UMHoopsFan

    Nice work! I’m sure not playing last year was a bummer so getting some recognition like this must be extra satisfying.

  • geoffclarke

    Congratulations to Kameron! As good of a season as we’re having now, it’s hard not to get excited about the future. I think we’ll have another good year next year.

  • Indiana_Matt


    Side note: The fact that Duke recruits Chicago better than Illinois has to really get under their skin.

    • guestavo

      It’s a loss for the B1G in general.

      • Indiana_Matt

        Of course, every kid can do what they want. But I love it when midwestern kids stay in the Big Ten. It seemed like in the past if a kid from Michigan didn’t stay in state, they would end up at Iowa (BJ Armstrong) or Minnesota (Voshon Lenard). If a Chicago kid didn’t go to Illinois they would end up at Michigan (Juwan Howard) or Wisconsin (Mike Finley) or IU (Eric Anderson).

        • Kenny

          But but we get Cam from Oregon, Wilson from California, Doyle from Florida. The world is becoming smaller. Is 2014 class the least midwestern in Michigan basketball history?

    • rlcBlue

      I count two kids from Minnesota, two from Indiana, and three from Illinois – and only one out of seven is going to play basketball in the Big Ten. I don’t like that trend much.

  • guestavo

    Congrats Kam! Can’t say the rosters are anymore balanced than the McD AA but at least our guy made it.