Alabama basketball will featured two signees in Tuesday's McDonalds All-American Game. No. 1 overall point guard Jaden Bradley received an invite to be an All-American but will not be participating due to a foot injury.

5-star small forward from Antioch,Tennessee Brandon Miller was in action on Tuesday. Miller is a long and athletic player who is a tremendous defender and can get his own shot from anywhere on the court.

One area of improvement for Miller will be his body strength. Miller is very lanky standing at 6-foot-8 and the added strength will help him with finishing at the rim and playing in the post when needed. A good comparison for Miller is Paul Pierce from the Boston Celtics.

As for Bradley he played his high school ball at IMG on one of the best teams in the country. Bradley is more of a traditional point guard who likes to get his teammates involved and be more of a facilitator. Bradley is also a very good rebounder for a guard and uses his body well to be effective on both ends of the court. Bradley is very capable of scoring the ball but he tends to be a pass first type point guard.

The future is bright for Alabama basketball as this is the first time in program history that they get two McDonalds All-Americans in the same class.

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