|Terry Rozier finished with 18 pts and 5 asts|
In the second session of the day, All-Ohio Red would face a 12-3 Houston Hoops and a roster full of high major prospects. Duke commit Rasheed Sulamon would open the game with a layup to give Houston the initial lead. However, Teddy Hawkins answered back with a three ball, and Kenny Kaminski would hit a trey of his own to give All-Ohio its first lead at 6-5. Both teams would take turns playing with and loosing the lead, but Houston would take a 33-31 lead into the half. Kaminski scored on a layup and a free throw to give All-Ohio a 34-33 lead to start the second half, but Houston would answer right back with an ally oop to retake a 1 point lead (41-40). Although the lead would exchange hands for most of the second half, All-Ohio held on to claim 71-69 victory.
Michigan State verbal Kenny Kaminski continued his impressive play with a gaudy 30 point outburst. Terry Rozier bounced from a subpar first game to finish with 18 points and 5 assists. Jordan Potts finished with 10 points, followed by Donte Hawkins (9), Myles Hamilton (4) and Leroy Alexander (2). Rasheed Sulaimon led Houston with 24 points, while Brian Bridgewater added 19 and J-Mychal Reese finished with 12. First up for All-Ohio in the morning are the Arkansas Wings followed by the Georgia Stars in the afternoon.