Jeannie Boehm: Chicago’s lone representative at McDonald’s All American Game

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CHICAGO - Derrick Rose, Kevin Garnett, Jabari Parker - those are the names that come to mind when you think of Chicago's decorated past at the McDonald's High School All American Games.

This year, no one on the men's side hails from the Windy City.

There is one player of note on the women's side, though - Jeannie Boehm.

But what truly separates the 6'3" New Trier forward from the rest of the All Americans is where she decided to take her talents.

Boehm is headed for Harvard, where she'll be the second recruit in school history to be named a McDonald's All American and the third Ivy Leaguer of all time.

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