It was a good night at the McDonald's Game for Duke as Frank Jackson led the way with 19 points for the West and was named Co-MVP along with Josh Jackson.
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Fellow future Devil Jayson Tatum had 18 for the East.
Over at the Sporting News, Alex Brzezinski said this about Jackson and Tatum: "Jackson is a freak athlete with a smooth touch from beyond the arc. His ability to hit the open jumper and create his own shot will work perfectly in Coach K's ever-moving offense. Tatum is an NBA-ready small forward who possesses a litany of post moves and can step out and hit jump shots. At 6-9, he might be the most versatile player in this class."
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