High School Slam Dunk

American Family Insurance High School Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships

At American Family Insurance, we’re dedicated to those who are in pursuit of their dreams. And that includes young athletes who are working hard towards theirs. Watch CBS on Sunday, April 7 as elite high school basketball players from around the country compete in a slam dunk and 3-point competition that showcases their talent and determination.

CBS

Sunday, April 7 at 3:30 P.M. Eastern

During College Basketball Championship Weekend

CBS

Sunday, April 7 at 3:30 P.M. Eastern

During College Basketball Championship Weekend

Support for Our Dreamers

Get a preview of future college and pro athletes as the top men’s high school dunkers, 3-point shooters and women’s 3-point shooters in the nation chase their dreams. They’ll compete in a contest to determine the best of the best.

Alumni of the event include Sacramento Kings’ Buddy Hield (2012 3-Point), New York Knicks’ Emmanuel Mudiay (2014 3-Point), Washington Mystics’ Ariel Atkins (2014 3-Point) Denver Nuggets’ Grayson Allen (2014 Slam Dunk), Seattle Storm’s Jordin Canada (2014 3-Point), Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell (2015 Slam Dunk), Orlando Magic’s Markelle Fultz (2016 Slam Dunk), Atlanta Hawks’ Trae Young (2017 3-Point) and Cleveland Cavaliers’ Collin Sexton (2017 3-Point).

Support Dreamers

Support for Our Dreamers

Get a preview of future college and pro athletes as the top men’s high school dunkers, 3-point shooters and women’s 3-point shooters in the nation chase their dreams. They’ll compete in a contest to determine the best of the best.

Alumni of the event include Sacramento Kings’ Buddy Hield (2012 3-Point), New York Knicks’ Emmanuel Mudiay (2014 3-Point), Washington Mystics’ Ariel Atkins (2014 3-Point) Denver Nuggets’ Grayson Allen (2014 Slam Dunk), Seattle Storm’s Jordin Canada (2014 3-Point), Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell (2015 Slam Dunk), Orlando Magic’s Markelle Fultz (2016 Slam Dunk), Atlanta Hawks’ Trae Young (2017 3-Point) and Cleveland Cavaliers’ Collin Sexton (2017 3-Point).

Supporting Dreamers Every Day

At American Family Insurance, we’ve been protecting dreams for 90 years. Because we believe a dream is the most valuable thing you’ll ever own, we appreciate all the hours of dedication and hard work that these young men and women have devoted to theirs. As a champion of high school sports, we’re committed to supporting the dreams of the athletes competing in this tournament.

Check out our library of inspiring success stories and helpful articles that’ll motivate you to dream fearlessly.

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Dunking over 3 people

Supporting Dreamers Every Day

At American Family Insurance, we’ve been protecting dreams for 90 years. Because we believe a dream is the most valuable thing you’ll ever own, we appreciate all the hours of dedication and hard work that these young men and women have devoted to theirs. As a champion of high school sports, we’re committed to supporting the dreams of the athletes competing in this tournament.

Check out our library of inspiring success stories and helpful articles that’ll motivate you to dream fearlessly.

Read On >

Winners of High School Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships

Samuell Williamson, Charisma Osborne and Terry Armstrong take titles at American Family Insurance High School Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships

American Family Insurance Slam Dunk Championship

Name
High School
Hometown
College Choice
Jalen Gaffney (SG)
Wasttown School
Columbus, NJ
UConn
P.J. Fuller (SG)
Findlay Prep
Henderson, NV
TCU
Marcus Watson (SG)
Buford High School
Buford, GA
Oklahoma State
Jahmius Ramsey (SG)
Duncanville High School
Mansfield, TX
Texas Tech
Brycen Goodine (SG)
St. Andrews School
New Bedford, MA
Syracuse
Terry Armstrong (SG)
Bella Vista Prep
Scottsdale, AZ
Arizona
Courtney Brown Jr. (PF)
East Ridge High School
Saint Paul, MN
Milwaukee
Niven Glover (SG)
Oak Ridge High School
Orlando, FL
Undecided

Men’s 3-Point Championship

Name
High School
Hometown
College Choice
Matthew Hurt (PF)
John Marshall High School
Rochester, MN
Undecided
Samuell Williamson (SF)
Rockwall High School
Rockwall, TX
Louisville
Tyrell Terry (PG)
De La Salle High School
Minneapolis, MN
Stanford
Joe Girard (PG)
Glens Falls Senior High School
Glens Falls, NY
Syracuse
Jarod Lucas (SG)

Los Altos High School

Hacienda Heights, CA

Oregon State

Jaylen Forbes (PF)

Florence High School
Florence, MS
Alabama
Khalif Battle (SG)
Trenton Catholic School
Metuchen, NJ
Butler
Jalen Wilson (SF)
Guyer High School
Denton, TX
Michigan

American Family Insurance Women’s 3-Point Championship

Name/Score
High School
Hometown
College Choice
Celeste Taylor (PG)
Long Island Lutheran High School
Valley Stream, NY
Texas
Kierstan Bell (SG)
McKinley High School
Canton, OH
Ohio State
Rikki Harris (PG)
North Central High School
Indianapolis, IN
Ohio State
Rickea Jackson (SF)
Detroit Edison Public Academy
Detroit, MI
Mississippi State
Anaya Peoples (PG)
Schlarman Academy
Danville, IL
Notre Dame
Nyah Green (SG)
Allen High School
Allen ,TX
Louisville
Charisma Osborne (PG)
Windward School
Moreno Valley, CA
UCLA
Chloe Stoehr (PG)
East Ridge High School
Woodbury, MN
Undecided

Learn About Your Guest Judges

Griffen was selected in the fourth round and 100th overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft after playing college football at USC. He’s been described as “one of the rare physical freaks that come around only once in a blue moon.” He was named to three straight Pro Bowls in 2015-17 and earned 2nd team All-Pro honors in 2017. Griffen ranks 3rd in the NFL since 2014 with 43.5 sacks.

Rudolph played college football for the University of Notre Dame. He was drafted by the Vikings and was the 1st TE selected in the 2011 NFL Draft, #43 overall, the 2nd-highest drafted TE in Vikings history. He was selected for the Pro Bowl following the 2012 and 2017 NFL season.

After playing college football at Michigan State, Waynes was drafted by the Vikings in the first round, 11th overall of the 2015 NFL Draft — the highest-drafted DB in Vikings history and the 5th DB selected in the 1st round. He set career-highs in 2017 with 16 games started and played as well as 72 total tackles and 1.0 sack.

Jack Salzwedel is Chair and CEO of American Family Insurance enterprise, which includes the American Family brand and subsidiaries, Homesite, The General and Main Street America.