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The Kentucky Wildcats 2014 Recruiting Class All Received McDonald's All-American Honors

Trey Lyles, Tyler Ulis, Devin Booker, and Karl Towns will all play in the McDonald's All-American Game on April 2.

Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

John Calipari's recruiting dreamwagon gets four more notches in the belt. The Kentucky Wildcats have four prospects committed in the 2014 class. Today, all four players were named as McDonald's All-Americans. The announcement was broadcast earlier today on ESPNU. The game will be played at the United Center in Chicago, IL on April 2, 2014.

Three future Wildcats will suit up for the West team. Point guard Tyler Ulis won't have to travel far. Ulis is one of three Chicago-area prospects in the game, along with Cliff Alexander (signed with Kansas) and Jahlil Okafor (signed with Duke). Trey Lyles, a power forward from Indianapolis, and Devin Booker, a shooting guard from Mississippi, join Ulis on the West squad.

The East will have one future Wildcat. Karl Towns, a center from New Jersey, was Kentucky's first commitment in the 2014 class. Towns' team also features center Myles Turner, an uncommitted prospect from Texas. Turner and shooting guard Rashad Vaughn are the only two McDonald's All-Americans who have yet to pick a school. Both prospects are considering Kentucky and will make spring decisions.

Full rosters:

East Team
Cliff Alexander -- Kansas
James Blackmon -- Indiana
Justin Jackson -- North Carolina
Tyus Jones -- Duke
Kevon Looney -- UCLA
Theo Pinson -- North Carolina
D'Angelo Russell -- Ohio State
Karl Towns -- Kentucky
Romelo Trimble -- Maryland
Myles Turner -- Undecided
Isaiah Whitehead -- Seton Hall
Justise Winslow -- Duke

West Team
Grayson Allen -- Duke
Joel Berry -- North Carolina
Devin Booker -- Kentucky
Stanley Johnson -- Arizona
Trey Lyles -- Kentucky
Emmanuel Mudiay -- SMU
Jahlil Okafor -- Duke
Kelly Oubre -- Kansas
Reid Travis -- Stanford
Tyler Ulis -- Kentucky
Rashad Vaughn -- Undecided
Thomas Welsh -- UCLA