Joe Bryant Jr.
Norfolk State University PG 6’1 Norfolk, VA
Norfolk State University C-F 6’9 Little Rock, AR
Morgan State University PG 6’1 Bowie, MD
North Carolina Central University C 7’0 Baltimore, MD
Coppin State University SG 6’0 Philadelphia, PA
Nathaniel Pollard Jr.
Univ. of Maryland Eastern Shore SF/F 6’5 Richmond, VA
North Carolina A&T State University SG 6’5 Raleigh, NC
Hampton University SG 6’5 Hampton, VA
Tennessee State University PG 6’0 Chattanooga, TN
Tuskegee University PG 5’10 Seat Pleasant, MD
Morehouse College SF 6’6 Riverdale, GA
Savannah State University SG 6’4 Savannah, GA
Grambling State University G/F 6’6 Allen, TX
Southern University SG 6’4 Sarasota, FL
Joirdan Karl Nicholas
Texas Southern University PF/C 6’9 Houston, TX
John Walker III
Texas Southern University F/C 6’9 Houston, TX
Shaun Doss Jr.
University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff SG 6’5 Marion, AR
Bethune Cookman University PG 6’2 Chicago, IL
Alcorn State University SG 6’5 Baton Rouge, LA
Prairie View A&M SG 6-5 Memphis, TN
Mississippi Valley State University SG 6’3 Kenner, LA
Virginia Union University SF/PF 6’5 Richmond, VA
Virginia State University SF 6’5 Chesterfield, VA
Lincoln University (PA) PG 6’0 Brooklyn, NY
- Joe Bryant Jr.
- Kassim Nicholson
- Javonte Cooke
- Shawn Williams
- Jalen Seegars
- Jawaun Daniels
- Jordan Pebbles
- Lenell Henry
- Prince Moss
- Darian “DJ” Jones
- Brison Gresham
- Navar Elmore
- Kam Langley
- Brandon Miller
- Kyle Foster
- Trey DeLoach
- Myles Carter
- Randy Miller
- Tajh Green
- Noah Morgan
- Deaquan Williams
- Najee Garvin
- Jaquan Lawrence
- Randall Brumant
- Anthony Tarke
- Brandon Battle
- CJ Keyser
- Davion Warren
- Dejuan Clayton
- Devante Carter
- Kameron Langley
- Lennell Henry
- Michael Weathers
- Myles Carter
- Prince Moss
- Shakem Johnson
- Tristan Jarrett
- Troy Baxter
- Troymain Crosby
- Andrew Corum
- Casey Minor
- Charles Williams
- Cletrell Pope
- Demani Applewhite
- Devonte Patterson
- Gerard Andrus
- Ivy Smith Jr.
- James Eads
- Jermaine Bishop
- Jermaine Marrow
- Jibri Blount
- John Crosby
- Joseph Allen
- Maurice Howard
- Michael Olmert
- Randy Mcclure
- Robert Colon
- Rod Melton Jr.
- Roger Ray
- Roland Griffin
- Romaine Thomas
- Ronald Jackson
- Saiquan Jamison
- Shawn Foxbrennen
- Stanley Davis
- Terrell Leach
- Tobi Ewuosho
- Tyrik Armstrong
- Wes Harris
The 2023 HBCU All-Star Players will be selected at the end of the 2022-23 basketball season from the NCAA Division I & II.
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC)
Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC)
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA)
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC)
Independent HBCU's Tennessee State, North Carolina A&T and Hampton University will be included in the selection process.
- HBCU All-Stars LLC national scouting staff determines selection process.
- 24 of the nation’s top players in Black College Basketball will be able to participate in the 2023 HBCU All-Star Game in Houston, Texas.
- There will be 12 players selected per team.
- Only graduating seniors who have exhausted their NCAA eligibility will be able to participate.
- Season statistics, accolades, recognition, postseason experience, character, and integrity will be taken into consideration.
- MEAC, SWAC, CIAA, & SIAC All-Conference and Player of the Year Candidates will be selected to participate in the game.
- The 2023 HBCU All-Star Head Coaches will be NCAA Division I MEAC & SWAC Coaches of the Year candidates.
- The 2023 HBCU All-Star Assistant Coaches will be NCAA Division II SIAC & CIAA Coaches of the Year candidates.
- HBCU All-Stars LLC will select the third assistant coach or celebrity guest coach.