Louisville signee Terry Rozier scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and was named White Team MVP. Amile Jefferson, still undecided, scored 26 points and grabbed five rebounds and was named Black Team MVP. Indiana recruit Jeremy Hollowell was named the "Fan Favorite" in text-message voting by spectators in attendance at the game. The Papa John's "Slice Award" for core values went to Robert Carter, a Georgia Tech recruit.
The game featured four McDonald's All-Americans, as well as three Indiana University signees. At halftime, it was announced that the team of Jefferson (undecided on college choice) and Tyler Lewis (North Carolina State signee) won Wednesday night's 2-on-2 finals at New Albany High School during the Horseshoe Foundation Derby Festival Night of the Future Stars.
Said Derby Festival President and CEO Mike Berry: "We had a great turnout for tonight's game – even Mayor Greg Fischer came out to cheer on the players. With a high-scoring game that came right down to the wire, it was the perfect way to wrap up a tremendous week for basketball fans in the Commonwealth."
WHITETerry Rozier - 16 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists, 3-8 three's
Steve Adams - 11 points, 10 rebounds
Semaj Christon - 10 points, 11 assists, 5 rebounds
Sam Dekker - 14 points, 9 rebounds
Nathan Dieudonne - 8 points, 4 rebounds
Jeremy Hollowell - 11 points, 2 rebounds
Ron Patterson - 8 points, 5 rebounds
Hanner Perea - 7 points, 2 rebounds
Jakarr Sampson - 18 points, 6 rebounds
T.J. Warren - 27 points, 5 rebounds
BLACKJordan Adams - 7 points, 2 steals
Cameron Biedscheid - 16 points, 1 assist
Robert Clark - 9 points, 6 rebounds
Phil Forte - 12 points, 3 assists
Amile Jefferson - 26 points, 5 rebounds
Chicken Knowles - 15 points, 8 rebounds
Tyler Lewis - 11 points, 6 assists
MeKale McKay - 9 points, 4 rebounds
Andrew White - 14 points, 6 assists
Marcus Smart - 8 points, 15 rebounds