MIAMI, Fla. – Duke commit Ryan Kelly won the three point shootout at the McDonald’s All-American Powerade Jam Fest on Monday night in Miami.
Kelly, who attends Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, scored 20 points in the final round to win the competition. Six former Duke players have won the three point shootout as McDonald’s All-Americans, including current Associate Head Coach Chris Collins (1992), Trajan Langdon (1994), current Assistant Coach Nate James (1996), Shane Battier (1997), Chris Duhon (2000) and J.J. Redick (2002).
The Blue Devils’ other commitment for next year, Mason Plumlee, finished as the runner-up in the dunk contest. Plumlee attends the Christ School in Arden, N.C. and is the brother of current Blue Devil freshman Miles Plumlee.
Mike Krzyzewski has coached all 49 of Duke’s McDonald’s All-Americans, including current players Gerald Henderson, Greg Paulus, Jon Scheyer, Kyle Singler, Nolan Smith, Lance Thomas and Elliot Williams. Duke has had at least one participant in every McDonald’s All-American game since 1994.
Kelly and Plumlee will participate in this year’s McDonald’s All-American high school all-star game on Wednesday at the Bank United Center in Miami. The game will be televised on ESPN beginning at 8 p.m.