BioSteel All-Canadian game roster announced for 2022

Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe Oklahoma State commit. Photo by Chris McKee.

After a two-year hiatus, the BioSteel All-Canadian game will take place April 3 in Toronto.

Toronto, ON – The 2022 version of the BioSteel All-Canadian game will take place Sunday April 3 at the Golding Centre on the campus of the University of Toronto.

The game features the top 24 male and female Canadian high school basketball players who are either Canadian-born or enrolled in a Canadian institution.

13 players from recent games have gone on to play in the NBA including the likes of Jamal Murray, Luguentz Dort, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Nickeil Alexander-Walker and more.

There were over 30 Canadians playing in this years NCAA tournament with many of them being recent BioSteel alum.

For the Americans out there unfamiliar, the BioSteel All-Canadian game is the northern version of the McDonald’s All-American game.

The weekend will also the Future’s Games which feature the best U16 players in Canada with the recent players in the game including Josh Primo (San Antonio Spurs), Shaedon Sharpe (Kentucky), Caleb Houstan (Michigan), Zach Edey (Purdue) and more.

The annual Slam Dunk and three-point content will take place on April 2 at the Athlete Institute in Mono, ON the night before the big game.