Ohio State's 2010 recruiting class boasts some of the top talent in the country, but the crown…
Dream Come True For Sullinger
When Jared Sullinger learned the McDonald's All-American Game would be played in his hometown, he was so excited that he promptly punched a hole in the wall of his bedroom that remains there today. Then on the eve of the game, the Ohio State commitment came down with a stomach sickness that cast his status for the game in doubt. After shaking off the queasiness, Sullinger started for the East squad and captured the team's most valuable player honor in a 107-104 loss. "I don't know what got into me," he said after the game. "I just got so excited." With an attitude like that, it is little surprise that Sullinger found a way to play in the game. He finished with a game-high 22 points on 7 for 11 shooting and added seven rebounds in a game-high 24 minutes of action. He was joined on the court by future Buckeye teammate DeShaun Thomas, both of whom started for the East. Thomas struggled to find his shot from behind...
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