Two Alabama basketball signees, Jaden Bradley and Brandon Miller, named McDonald's All-Americans

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Alabama men's basketball 2022 signees Brandon Miller and Jaden Bradley have been named McDonald's All-Americans, the high school all-star game announced Tuesday.

Their selection marks the first time the Crimson Tide has had two signees named McDonald's All-America from the same class, according to the program.

Bradley is a five-star, 6-foot-3 point guard who plays for IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. He's originally from Rochester, New York. Miller is a five-star, 6-9 forward from Antioch, Tennessee.

They are the ninth and 10th program signees to have been named McDonald's All-Americans. Alabama has two others on its current roster in JD Davison and Jahvon Quinerly.

Being named a McDonald's All-American is one of the top honors a high school basketball player can receive, with the game viewed as the country's top high school all-star basketball game.

The game will be played on March 29 in Chicago and broadcast on ESPN.

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Contact Alabama reporter Nick Kelly: nkelly@gannett.com. Follow him on Twitter: @_NickKelly

This article originally appeared on The Tuscaloosa News: Two Alabama basketball signees named McDonald's All-Americans

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