words // Brandon Richard

Yesterday, the nation's top high school prospects showcased their talents at the United Center in the 37th Annual McDonald's All-American Game.

This year's top-ranked prospect and Duke commit Jahlil Okafor won co-MVP honors after leading the West to a 105-102 victory over the East. In 22 minutes of action, Okafor scored 17 points and grabbed 7 rebounds. Justin Jackson, also named co-MVP, scored 23 points for the East.

Okafor and Jackson will see each other again this year, as Jackson is a North Carolina signee. The All-American Game was just start of the next chapter in the Tobacco Road rivalry.

Once again, adidas was the game's official outfitter. The sleeved uniform system made its second-straight appearance, highlighted by holographic numbering and silver stripes. Most players laced up custom versions of the adidas D Rose 4.5, available now at retailers like Eastbay.

Check out some of the visuals from the game below.

Jahlil Okafor wearing adidas D Rose 4.5

Jahlil Okafor (Duke)


Emmanuel Mudlay wearing adidas D Rose 4.5

Emmanuel Mudlay (Southern Methodist)


Isaiah Whitehead wearing adidas D Rose 4.5

Isaiah Whitehead (Seton Hall)


James Blackmon Jr. wearing adidas D Rose 4.5

James Blackmon Jr. (Indiana)


Cliff Alexander wearing adidas D Rose 4.5

Cliff Alexander (Kansas)


Jahlil Okafor wearing adidas

Jahlil Okafor (Duke)


Karl Anthony Towns wearing adidas D Rose 4.5

Karl Towns (Kentucky)


Kelly Oubre wearing adidas D Rose 4.5

Kelly Oubre (Kansas)


Theo Pinson wearing adidas D Rose 4.5

Theo Pinson (North Carolina)


Justise Winslow wearing adidas D Rose 4.5

Justise Winslow (Duke)


Jahlil Okafor & Justin Jackson wearing adidas

Jahlil Okafor & Justin Jackson

images via Jonathan Daniel for Getty; Brian Spurlock for USA Today; Charles Rex Arbogast for AP