Aug 11, 2012, 3:17 PM EDT
The Big Strick Classic, formerly known as the Franchise Classic, tips off Saturday at 6 p.m. at City College in New York City.
The rosters are stacked, rivaling other premiere events like the Elite 24, which is slated to take place later this month in Venice Beach, Calif.
Leading the field is 2014 Andrew Wiggins, the talk of the summer circuit and perhaps the best high school player in the country, along with Andrew and Aaron Harrison, the stellar backcourt combo package from Texas that is still looking for a college team.
Speaking of package deals, it has been rumored that Boo Williams (Va.) AAU teammates Troy Williams and Anthony Barber could be a package deal wherever they end up. Barber, a quick point guard, and Williams, a solid swingman, are still looking for suitors.
Chris McCullough is another to keep an eye on. After breaking out last summer, the 2014 forward is in the Top 20 in the country, an ultra-athletic swingman who excels in transition.
Check out the rest of the rosters below.
Isaiah Whitehead 2014
Chris McCullough 2014
Dakari Johnson 2014
Terrence Samuel 2013
Anthony Barber 2013
Noah Vonleh 2014
Troy Williams 2013
Jaron Sina 2013
Emmanuel Mudiay 2014
Jared Terrell 2014
Andrew Wiggins 2014
Andrew Harrison 2013
Aaron Harrison 2013
Jabari Bird 2013
Robert Hubbs 2013
Tyler Ennis 2013
Sindarius Thornwell 2013
Jordan Mickey 2013
Marcus Lovett, Jr. 2015
Malik Price Martin 2013
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