LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Another year of the McDonald’s All-American game, another year that future Kentucky Wildcats claim multiple spots on the roster.

Kentucky native Reed Sheppard is the first Kentuckian since 2014 to make the All-Star game roster. The North Laurel star will be joined by future teammates DJ Wagner, Aaron Bradshaw, and Justin Edwards in Houston on March 28th.

This class of four selections makes it 44 McDonald’s All-Americans for John Calipari since taking over as the bench boss. This is the third largest haul of Calipari’s tenure, finishing up behind the six in 2013, and the five All American signees in 2017.

Kentucky has another five-star prospect in Rob Dillingham who was not eligible for the game due to him competing with Overtime Elite.