Kemba Walker, Rice (Harlem, N.Y.)
Walker's game was anything but pedestrian as he paced the East with 13 points, six rebounds and three assists in leading it to a 107-102 victory Wednesday night.
Brandon Jennings, Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.)
Jennings assisted on the West's first five baskets, but fell short of his goal to break Jacque Vaughn's assist record (13) as he finished with a game-high nine assists.
Tyreke Evans, American Christian (Aston, Pa.)
As the nation's top unsigned recruit, Evans, who scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, added another line to his lengthy resume by winning MVP.
Samardo Samuels, St. Benedict's (Newark, N.J.)
''Sam Sam'' showed off his agility and shooting during the week, and unleashed a vicious dunk during the main event.
Willie Warren, North Crowley (Fort Worth, Texas)
The soon-to-be Sooner went on a personal 10-0 run to get the West back into the game, but his efforts were all for naught by the end.
Michael Dunigan, Farragut Career Academy (Chicago)
At 6-foot-10, Dunigan was a big man in a game that caters to guards. Nonetheless, he finished with six points, two rebounds and a block for the West.
Elena Delle Donne, Ursuline (Wilmington, Del.)
As the third consecutive national player of the year to sign with UConn, Delle Donne, who played impressive defense, previewed her future in Storrs, Conn., with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
Nikki Speed, Marlborough (Los Angeles)
The future Scarlet Knight scored nine points and dished for assists in earning co-MVP honors with fellow Rutgers signee Brooklyn Pope.
Brooklyn Pope, Dunbar (Fort Worth, Texas)
The Lone Star state's top prospect scored 13 points and shared the MVP award with Nikki Speed.
Glory Johnson, Webb School (Knoxville, Tenn.)
The Tennessee signee grabbed three rebounds as she assisted the West to an 80-64 victory.