FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Aaliyah Wilson was selected to the 2016 McDonald’s All-American Game roster this week.
The Muskogee, Oklahoma, standout signed with Jimmy Dykes and the Razorbacks in November and is in the midst of her senior season. ESPN rates Wilson as the No. 30 overall player in the country in her class.
Wilson is believed to be just the second McDonald’s All-American to sign with the Razorbacks out of high school. The first was Ruby Vaden from Osceola, Arkansas, in 2002. Lauren Ervin was also a McDonald’s All-American and transferred to Arkansas.
This is the 15th season for the McDonald’s All-American Girls team. Player of the Year will be announced in March.
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