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Future Longhorns Harmon, Hunter and Moore join Texas' list of McDonald's All-Americans

Moore High (Oklahoma) forward Aaliyah Moore celebrates during a game last month. A Texas signee, Moore was named a McDonald's All-American on Tuesday.

Texas will soon add three high school All-Americans to its roster.

Texas signees Rori Harmon, Kyndall Hunter and Aaliyah Moore all were named McDonald's All-Americans on Tuesday. Twenty-four boys and 24 girls earned All-American status this year.  

Due to the pandemic, the McDonald's All-American game won't be played. Had a game actually happened, the future Longhorns would have been teammates on the West squad. Harmon and Hunter are already playing together in the backcourt for an undefeated Houston Cypress Creek team. Moore, a forward, is averaging 24.9 points and 10 rebounds per game at Moore High in Oklahoma.

Starting with Nina Norman in 2002, Texas had previously welcomed 23 McDonald's All-Americans into its program. Three players on this year's team — graduate transfer Kyra Lambert, junior Charli Collier and sophomore Celeste Taylor — were McDonald's All-Americans in high school.

Harmon, Hunter and Moore are all regarded as top-25 recruits by espnW HoopGurlz. According to ESPN, Texas signed the fourth-best recruiting class in the nation in November.