DiJonai defends against an East player helping the West to a 97-88 overtime victory in the women's McDonald's All-American game.
There was no shortage of scoring skills at the 2016 McDonald's All American Game, which was won in overtime by the West squad, 97-88.
Here's a player-by-player breakdown from Wednesday night and a peek into the future.
DiJonai Carrington, Stanford: Normally a double-double machine, Carrington struggled to find her shot in Chicago but did grab three rebounds in 14 minutes on the court. Usually money from inside 10 feet, Carrington's versatility should play well at Stanford.
Nadia Fingall, Stanford: She had a reputation for being efficient on both ends of the floor, and Fingall did just that on Wednesday night. Blending power with finesse, Fingall scored nine points and grabbed 10 rebounds. She also added two blocks and three assists.
Anna Wilson, Stanford: Wilson, injured during practice in Chicago, was unable to play. She finished her high school career by leading Bellevue to a state title in Washington.