The 2014 USA Junior National Select Team will be led by Joel Berry II (Lake Highland Prep School/Apopka, Fla.), Stanley Johnson (Mater Dei H.S./Fullerton, Calif.), Tyus Jones (Apple Valley H.S./Apple Valley, Minn.), Jahlil Okafor (Whitney Young H.S./Chicago, Ill.), Theo Pinson (Wesleyan Christian Academy/Greensboro, N.C.) and Justise Winslow (St. John’s School/Houston, Texas).
Rounding out the U.S. roster are Cliff Alexander (Curie Metropolitan H.S./Chicago, Ill.), James Blackmon, Jr. (Marian H.S./Fort Wayne, Ind.), Kelly Oubre (Findlay Prep, Nev./Fort Bend, Texas), Reid Travis (DeLaSalle H.S./Minneapolis, Minn.) and Myles Turner (Trinity H.S./Bedford, Texas).
The 2014 World Select Team, which will be looking to record an unprecedented third-straight win, features four players who attend U.S. high schools, including center Karl Towns, Jr. (St Joseph High School, N.J./Dominican Republic), who returns for his second Nike Hoop Summit appearance, having scored seven points to go with four rebounds and four assists in the 2013 victory. Also playing high school basketball in America are Trey Lyles (Arsenal Technical H.S., Ind./Canada), Brandone Francis (Arlington Country Day School, Fla./Dominican Republic) and Emmanuel Mudiay (Prime Prep Academy, Texas/Democratic Republic of Congo).
The World Team roster is rounded out by center Clint Capela (ES Chalon-sur-Saone/Switzerland), forwards Damien Inglis (Chorale de Roanne Basket/France), James Metecan Birsen (Fenerbache Ulker/Turkey) and Nikola Jokic (Mega Vizura/Serbia) and guards Jamal Murray (Athlete Institute/Canada) and Gao Shang (Guangdong Southern Tigers/China).