The HBCU All-Star Game, an event to highlight many of the top HBCU basketball players from across the country, is right around the corner. The game will take place on Sunday, April 3 at 4 p.m. and will be broadcast on the CBS Television Network/stream live on Paramount+.
The rosters for the event were announced on Monday, March 14 on CBS Sports HQ, revealing which of the 24 star players will be participating in the big game. The two coaches will be John McLendon and Clarence “Big House” Gaines.
Team McLendon will have players from the MEAC and SIAC, as well as the HBCU All-Stars Willis Reed NCAA Division I National Player of the Year, Kyle Foster.
Jalen Seegars is the star on Team Gaines, which will also feature players who compete in the SWAC and the CIAA
The game will be called by will be called by play-by-play announcer Brian Custer, analysts Clark Kellogg and Avery Johnson and reporter AJ Ross. Custer, Johnson and Ross all went to HBCUs: Hampton University, Southern University and Howard University, respectively.