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Pair of #FutureJackets Set for McDonald's All American Game

ATLANTA, Ga. — A pair of Georgia Tech women’s basketball signees, Elizabeth Balogun and Elizabeth Dixon, are set to take part in the 2018 McDonald’s All American Game on Wednesday at Philips Arena. The 17th annual McDonald’s All American Girls Game will tip at 5 p.m. on ESPN2 with the men’s game following on ESPN.

Balogun, a 6-1 guard from Chattanooga, Tenn. (Hamilton Heights Christian Academy) and Dixon, a 6-5 forward/center from Memphis, Tenn. (Ridgeway High School) will take the floor at Philips Arena for the West Team.

Balogun and Dixon are two prospects of a five-member Georgia Tech signing class that was ranked No. 7 according to Prospects Nation. Balogun was a top-ten recruit by All Star Girls Report coming in at No. 9, while Dixon was ranked No. 13 by Blue Star.

The McDonald’s All American Game roster features 24 premier high school players across the country. Balogun and Dixon are two of seven athletes named to the rosters that have committed to ACC schools.

For more information, including tickets, please visit the official McDonald’s All American Game website by clicking here.

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