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The rosters have been released for the annual Capital Classic at Comcast Center, and per usual, there's all sorts of ACC representation.

First the local tie-ins for the April 13 all-star game -- future Terp and St. Frances standout Sean Mosley, as well as Georgetown-bound Mount St. Joseph big man Henry Sims, will both suit up for the U.S. All-Stars.

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At least two one-time Terps targets will join Mosley and Sims on the U.S. roster. Duluth, Ga. center Ralph Sampson III, who signed with Minnesota, and Albany, Ga. point guard Andre Young, who's headed to Clemson, both considered Maryland last summer before choosing the Golden Gophers and Tigers, respectively.

Seven players are headed to ACC schools. In addition to Mosley and Young, Olek Czyz (Duke), Deividas Dulkys (Florida State), Sylven Landesberg (Virginia), Tanner Smith (Clemson) and Ty Walker (Wake Forest) round out the future ACC players.

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The U.S. team will be coached by St. Benedict (N.J.) Prep's Danny Hurley, the high school coach of 2009 UM target Greg Echenique.

Last year's Capital Classic featured then-Virginia Tech signee Gus Gilchrist earning MVP honors with his 24-point, eight-rebound performance.

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