February 12, 2013
A record five Kentucky commitments were named to the Jordan Brand Classic on Tuesday.
Class of 2013 commitments Andrew and Aaron Harrison, Marcus Lee, James Young and Dakari Johnson were each named to the game.
It's the first time in the event's history that five players committed to one school were selected in the same year.
Aaron Harrison will play on the East team, while the other four future Cats will play on the West.
A total of 23 Cats have been named to the Jordan Brand Classic game since its 2002 inception. All but five of those have come from John Calipari-recruited classes.
A few other key UK targets were selected for the game as well. Julius Randle and Andrew Wiggins will both be on the East team with Aaron Harrison.
EAST: Tyler Ennis (Syracuse), Aaron Harrison (Kentucky), Kasey Hill (Florida), Kuran Iverson (Memphis), Rondae Jefferson (Arizona), Kennedy Meeks (North Carolina), Bobby Portis (Arkansas), Julius Randle (Uncommitted), Wayne Selden (Kansas), Chris Walker (Florida), Andrew Wiggins (Uncommitted).
WEST: Joel Embiid (Kansas), Aaron Gordon (Uncommitted), Andrew Harrison (Kentucky), Dakari Johnson (Kentucky), Matt Jones (Duke), Marcus Lee (Kentucky), Jabari Parker (Duke), Noah Vonleh (Indiana), Troy Williams (Indiana), Nigel Williams-Goss (Washington), James Young (Kentucky)