ATLANTA, GA (BRPROUD.com) – HBCU All-Stars LLC has announced the first ever 2021-22 HBCU All-Stars Watch List featuring the nation’s top HBCU student-athletes from the MEAC, SWAC, CIAA, SIAC, Tennessee State, North Carolina A&T, and Hampton Universities. 

The HBCU All-Star Game will showcase 24 of the best student-athletes from the four Historically Black Athletic Conferences, representing the legendary coaches Team John McLendon (MEAC & SIAC) and Team Clarence “Big House” Gaines (SWAC & CIAA), along with Tennessee State, Hampton, and North Carolina A&T State Universities. 

Travis L. Williams, HBCU All-Stars, LLC Founder/CEO and former head coach at two HBCUs Tennessee State University and Fort Valley State University shared, “What a blessing for us to celebrate Black culture, Black excellence, and Black history through our weeklong HBCU All-Star Game Experience during Final Four Weekend in New Orleans. We are truly excited to showcase the nation’s best HBCU student-athletes and brilliant coaches with our CBS Sports partners on a national stage, one day before the Men’s National Championship Game and honor the legendary coaching careers of John McLendon, Clarence Big House Gaines, and illustrious playing careers of Dick Barnett, Earl “The Pearl” Monroe, Bobby Dandridge, Ben Wallace, and Rick Mahorn. 

The HBCU All-Star Game Experience and week-long festivities will include college admissions fair, pro-day scouting combine, legacy court dedication, and community outreach that will kick off the week on Tuesday, March 29 and conclude the following Tuesday after the National Championship game (April 5). For more information, please go to www.hbcuallstargame.com and www.hbcuallstargameexperience.org. To request media credentials and group ticket accommodations email info@HBCUAllStarGame.com.

 HBCU All-Star Game to Air Live on CBS Television Network Sunday, April 3 at 4:00 PM ET and will be available to stream on Paramount+

                 Tickets For Game on Sale Now and can be purchased through UNO Lakefront Arena at www.arena.uno.edu


Dick Barnett – Point Guard 

1. Jayden Saddler 6’1″ 195 Southern University 2. Kam Langley 6’2″ 175 North Carolina A&T State University 3. Brandon Miller 6’0″ 175 Miles College 4. Seventh Woods 6’2″ 184 Morgan State University 5. Greg Boyd 5’10” 165 Tuskegee University 6. Johquin Wiley 5’11” 175 Hampton University 7. Jonas James 6’0″ 160 Jackson State University 8. Justin Thomas 6’0″ 185 Alcorn State University 9. Kenny Cooper 6’1″ 185 Tennessee State University 10. Tyriek Railey 6’0″ 180 Virginia Union University 11. Rashawn Neal 6’0″ 195 Shaw University 

Earl “The Pearl” Monroe – Shooting Guard 
1. Myles Carter 6’1″ 185 Delaware State University 2. Keith McGee 6’2″ 190 Morgan State University 3. Randy Miller 6’2″ 180 North Carolina Central University 4. Tai Bibbs 6’3″ 190 Howard University 5. Tim Bing 6’3″ 175 Benedict College 6. Shannon Smith 6’4″ 194 Clark Atlanta University 7. Jalen Seegars 6’5″ 215 Fayetteville State University 8. Kyle Foster 6’5″ 172 Howard University 9. Trey Deloach 6’5″ 185 Savannah State University 10. Brandon Faison 6’3″ 185 Shaw University 11. David Beatty 6’2″ 185 North Carolina A&T State University 12. Tyler Maye 6’1″ 180 North Carolina A&T State University 13. Marlo Haskett 6’2″ 185 Hampton University 14. Cameron Campbell 6’3″ 182 Winston Salem State University 15. Amari Beacham 6’2″ 164 Albany State University 16. Danya Kingsby 6’2″ 175 Grambling State University 17. Jawaun Daniels 6’7″ 205 Prairie View A&M University

Bobby Dandridge – Small Forward 
1. Sam Green 6’6″ 230 Howard University 2. Tajh Green 6’8″ 210 Benedict College 3. Malik Smith 6’7″ 195 Livingstone College 4. Kassim Nicholson 6’7″ 200 Tennessee State University 5. Joshua Greer 6’5″ 215 Morehouse College 6. Justin Longstreet 6’4″ 188 Clark Atlanta University 7. Justin Hopkins 6’5″ 205 Texas Southern University 8. Xavier Jones 6’5″ 220 Johnson C. Smith University 9. Jordan Peebles 6’7″ 190 Virginia Union University 10. Javonte Cooke 6’5″ 200 Winston Salem State University 11. Prince Moss 6’7″ 185 Grambling State University 

Ben Wallace – Power Forward 
1. Deaquan Williams 6’8″ 215 South Carolina State University 2. Joel Logan 6’8″ 225 Miles College 3. Randall Brumant 6’7″ 220 Howard University 4. Shakem Johnson 6’7″ 230 Tennessee State University 5. Jalen Dupree 6’8″ 240 Tennessee State University 6. Tyler Jones 6’8″ 225 Bowie State University 7. Edward Oliver 6’7″ 215 Hampton University 8. Kobby Ayetey 6’8″ 220 Bowie State University 

Rick Mahorn – Center 
1. Lenell Henry 6’8″ 215 Alcorn State University 2. Zion Cousins 6’9″ 205 Fayetteville State University 3. Navar Elmore 6’9″ 202 Livingstone College 4. Godlyvictor Okafor 6’8″ 230 Bowie State University 5. Amari McCray 6’11” 260 Grambling State University 6. Terreone Randolph 6’9″ 220 Grambling State University 7. Najee Garvin 6’10” 210 Hampton University 8. Brison Gresham 6’9″ 240 Texas Southern University 9. Jaquan Lawrence 6’9″ 200 Lemoyne-Owens College 10. Lagio Grantsaan 6’8″ 235 Morgan State University 11. Anthony Fairley 6’8″ 195 Miles College

(Press release provided by Southern University Athletics).