TTU commit Nimari Burnett has been selected as McDonald’s All-Amerian

TTU commit Nimari Burnett has been selected as McDonald’s All-Amerian
Nimari Burnett is the first McDonald's All-American in Texas Tech Men's Basketball history. (Source: Texas Tech Basketball)

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Texas Tech commit Nimari Burnett has been selected as a McDonald’s All-American. He is the first McDonald’s All-American in Tech basketball history.

In November, Texas Tech landed its highest rated recruit in school basketball history with 6 feet, 3 inch shooting guard Nimari Burnett from Chicago.

The consensus five-star player is a top 25 recruit with ESPN listing him the 19th best prospect of the class of 2020.

247sports and Rivals had him at No. 22. Burnett played at Prolific Prep averaging 22 points a game.

He has a 6 feet, 10 inch wingspan. Last year, he helped the USA win the gold medal at the FIBA 3x3 Under 18 World Cup in Mongolia.

Burnett chose Tech over Alabama, Oregon and Michigan.

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