How to watch Bronny James, DJ Wagner, Juju Watkins & more in McDonald’s All-American 3-Point, Dunk Contest

By | March 27, 2023

All eyes will be on Houston this week as the top high school talent from around the country will participate in the McDonald’s All-American Game.

The all-star festivities get started on Monday as select members of this year’s McDonald’s All-American Game will participate in three challenges: Knock-out, the 3-Point Contest and, of course, the Slam Dunk Contest.

Last year, Indya Nivar and Mark Mitchell took home the Skills Challenge. Ashlon Jackson and Keyonte George knocked down enough shots to win the 3-Point Contest and Ashlyn Watkins brought the crowd to their feet, edging out Dillon Mitchell to become the Slam Dunk Contest champion. 

The likes of Isaiah Collier, DJ Wagner, Bronny James, Juju Watkins and Jada Williams all have the potential to dazzle the Houston crowd this year. There’s no doubt the 2023 Powerade Jam Fest will be must-see TV.

Here’s all you need to know to tune into the event including the start time and TV channel.

MORE: McDonald’s All-American Game 2023 live stream: How to watch game without cable

What time is the 2023 McDonald’s All-American 3-Point, Slam Dunk Contest?

  • Date: Monday, March 27, 2023
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

The 2023 Powerade JamFest will start at 7:30 p.m. ET on Monday, March 27. 

The event will take place at the Delmar Athletic Complex in Houston, Texas. The 5000-seat venue used to be the home of the Houston Cougars men’s basketball team.

What channel is the 2023 McDonald’s All-American 3-point, dunk contest?

  • Channel: ESPN U, ESPN 2 (re-air)
  • Live Stream: Sling TV, ESPN+, ESPN app

The 2023 Powerade JamFest will air on ESPNU at 7:30 p.m. ET. The events will re-air on ESPN 2 at 10:00 p.m. ET. 

There will be a handful of re-airs before the girls’ and boys’ games are played on Tuesday night. 

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When is the 2023 McDonald’s All-American Game?

  • Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2023
  • Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
  • Channel: ESPN2

The 2023 McDonald’s All-American Girls Game will air on Tuesday, March 28 at 6:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2. The McDonald’s All-American Boys Game will immediately follow on ESPN at 9 p.m. ET.

McDonald’s All-American rosters 2023

McDonald’s All-American Game Boys East Roster
Player High School Position Height Committed to
Xavier Booker Cathedral (IN) C 6-10 Michigan State
Aaron Bradshaw Camden (NJ) C 7-0 Kentucky
Matas Buzelis Sunrise Christian (KS) SF 6-9 G League Ignite
Stephon Castle Newton (GA) PG 6-6 UConn
Justin Edwards Imhotep (PA) SF 6-7 Kentucky
Kwame Evans Montverde (FL) PF 6-9 Oregon
Aden Holloway Prolific Prep (CA) PG 6-1 Auburn
Elmarko Jackson South Kent School (CT) SG 6-3 Kansas
Mackenzie Mgbako Roselle Catholic (NJ) PF 6-8 Duke
Sean Stewart Montverde (FL) PF 6-8 Duke
D.J. Wagner Camden (NJ) PG 6-2 Kentucky
Cody Williams Perry (AZ) SF 6-7 Colorado
McDonald’s All-American Game Boys West Roster
Player High School Position Height Committed to
Omaha Biliew Waukee Senior (IA) PF 6-9 Iowa State
Isaiah Collier Wheeler (GA) PG 6-4 USC
Mookie Cook Compass Prep (AZ) SF 6-7 Oregon
Baye Fall Accelerated Schools (CO) C 6-11 Arkansas
Jeremy Fears Joilet West (IL) PG 6-2 Michigan State
Brandon Garrison Del City (OK) C 6-9 Oklahoma State
Ron Holland Duncanville (TX) PF 6-8 Texas
Bronny James Sierra Canyon (CA) PG 6-3 Undeclared
Jared McCain Centennial (CA) SG 6-3 Duke
Reed Sheppard North Laurel (KY) SG 6-2 Kentucky
Andrej Stojackovic Jesuit (CA) SF 6-7 Stanford
Ja’Kobe Walter Link Academy (MO) SG 6-5 Baylor
McDonald’s All-American Game Girls East Roster
Player High School Position Height Committed to
Zoe Brooks Saint John Vianney (NJ) G 5-10 NC State
Essence Cody Valdosta (GA) F 6-3 Alabama
Aalyah Del Rosario The Webb School (CA) F 6-5 LSU
Jadyn Donovan Sidwell Friends School (DC) G 6-0 Duke
Milaysia Fulwiley W.J. Keenan (SC) G 5-6 South Carolina
Hannah Hildalgo Paul VI (NJ) G 5-6 Notre Dame
Riley Nelson Bullis School (MD) W 6-0 Maryland
Courtney Ogden Westminster School (GA) W 5-11 Stanford
Laila Reynolds Shabach Christian (FL) F 6-2 Florida
Emma Risch Palm Bay Magnet (FL) G 6-1 Notre Dame
Taliah Scott Saint John’s Country Day (FL) G 5-9 Arkansas
Ashlynn Shade La Lumiere (IN) G 5-9 UConn
McDonald’s All-American Game Girls West Roster
Player High School Position Height Committed to
Kamorea Arnold Germantown (WI) G 5-9 UConn
Sofia Bell Jesuit (OR) W 6-1 Oregon
Madison Booker Germantown (MS) W 6-1 Texas
Addyson Brown Derby Senior (KS) W 6-2 Iowa State
Breya Cunningham La Jolla Country Day (CA) F 6-4 Arizona
Kymora Johnson Saint Annes-Belfield (VA) G 5-7 Virginia
Tessa Johnson Saint Michael Albertville (MN) G 5-10 South Carolina
Amanda Muse Heritage (CA) F 6-4 UCLA
Judea Watkins Sierra Canyon (CA) G 6-0 USC
Mikaylah Williams Parkway (LA) G 6-0 LSU
Jada Williams La Jolla Country Day (CA) G 5-6 Arizona
Sahara Williams West (IA) W 5-10 Oklahoma