By Amber Anderson | Hampton Script Staff Writer
The vision is clear and bright for Hampton University commit Victoria Davis, as she is one step closer to becoming a McDonald's All-American athlete. Davis is living out a dream of many high school athletes. Along with more than 900 other high school basketball players across the country, she has been nominated for the McDonald's All-American Game.
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The McDonald's All-American Game has maintained a reputation for a difficult selective process. The names of the athletes have to be submitted and approved by a wide variety of judges. They include high school coaches, high school athletic directors, high school principals and McDonald's All-American Games Selection Committee Members. What surprises people the most is there isn't a set number on the amount of the nominees throughout the country.
Once the voting committees cast their vote, 24 young women will have the opportunity to become a McDonald's All-American. If selected, she will be playing with some of the best of the best on April 1 at the Toyota Center in Houston.
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