Ferrell, Perea, Hollowell set to play in All-American Championship

Indiana signees Yogi Ferrell, Hanner Perea and Jeremy Hollowell are all among the 38 players selected to play in the All-American Championship on April 1 at Lakefront Arena in New Orleans during Final Four week. The event tips off at 3 p.m. with a game between the West and East teams, and North and South following that. All three IU signees are part of the north team.

The rest of the rosters follow.

East Team
Nate Britt – North Carolina
Omar Calhoun – Connecticut
Dajuan Coleman – Syracuse
Jerami Grant – Syracuse
Ricardo Ledo – Providence
Mitch McGary – Michigan
Nerlens Noel — Undecided
Christopher Obekpa – Undecided
D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera – Georgetown
Kaleb Tarczewski – Arizona

West Team
Willie Cauley – Kentucky
Shaquille Cleare – Maryland
Keith Frazier – Undecided
Aaron Harrison – Undecided
Andrew Harrison – Undecided
Matt Jones – Duke
Cameron Ridley – Texas
L.J. Rose – Baylor
Gabe York – Arizona

North Team
Cameron Biedscheid – Notre Dame
Sam Dekker – Wisconsin
Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell – Indiana
Mike Gesell – Iowa
Jeremy Hollowell – Indiana
Ronnie Johnson – Purdue
Marc Loving – Ohio State
Hanner Perea – Indiana
Glenn Robinson – Michigan
Adam Woodbury – Iowa

South Team
Robert Carter – Georgia Tech
Javan Felix – Texas
Ricardo Gathers – Baylor
William “Shaq” Goodwin – Memphis
Joel James – North Carolina
Shaquille Johnson – Auburn
Evan Nolte – Virginia
Braxton Ogbueze – Florida
Derek Willis – Kentucky

5 comments

  1. Wow, that East team is huge… Noel, McGary, Coleman, Tarczewski, Obekpa

    Got to see a couple of those guys this year, raw but good. I wish I had seen McGary just to watch him get punked by my Bridgton Academy boys. His prep school is about an hour from my house, so it’s my bad.

    Not that anyone here thinks the ESPN rankings are gospel, but including Gary Harris this game is missing 17 of their top 20… Must be some other big event happening that week.

  2. BEATPURDUE– he went out of state! Dont go to IU, Purdue or Notre Dame– u r forgotten. Simple

  3. I beleive that the players are limited to the number of all star games they can play in. It could be that they are playing in other high profile games (McDonalds).

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