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story.lead_photo.caption Davonte Davis signs to play basketball at the University of Arkansas while his grandmother Yvette Davis watches during a ceremony Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019, in Jacksonville. ( Staton Breidenthal)

Jacksonville senior guard Davonte Davis is one of several players from Arkansas who were nominated to play in the 2020 McDonald's All-American boys and girls games, which will take place on April 1 at the Toyota Center in Houston.

Davis, a University of Arkansas signee, joined fellow Razorback commitment Jaylin Williams of Fort Smith Northside; Detrick Reeves and Makyi Boyce of Marion; C.J. Mann of Alma; and Mykale Franks of Fort Smith Southside on the list of boys nominations. On the girls side, Nettleton's Elauna Eaton, also an Arkansas signee; Jonesboro guard and University of Tennessee commitment Destiny Salary; Fayetteville guard and University of Memphis commitment Coriah Beck; and Fayetteville forward Sasha Goforth, who's committed to Oregon State, were all nominated.

The final rosters for both teams will be announced Jan. 23.

-- Erick Taylor

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