Keisei Tominaga, Jamison Battle among players to feature in Reese's NABC All-Star Game

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Nebraska‘s Keisei Tominaga will highlight a talented group of college players who will take place in the showcase Reese’s NABC All-Star Game ahead of this year’s Men’s Final Four Semifinal and Championship Games.

He’s one of several prominent college stars who have been selected to play in the prominent annual game, which is a free public event for fans.

The game will take place at 5:30 p.m. ET on Friday.

You can watch the tournament live on Prime Video, add on your favorite channels and watch at home or on your phone and laptop at work!

Tominaga is one of the most productive players playing in the game, and probably one of the most fun to watch. He averaged 15.1 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game for the Cornhuskers this season en route to an NCAA Tournament appearance.

He won’t be the only major conference player involved in the action, though.

Playing for the opposite team, the East team, will be Ohio State forward Jamison Battle. Playing in the same conference as Tominaga, Battle averaged 15.3 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game for the Buckeyes. He certainly knows how to fill up a stat sheet.

Then the are some other major conference players that stick out. How about Missouri‘s Sean East II?

Though the Tigers were absolutely abysmal this season, East was a constant bright spot. He averaged 17.6 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.5 rebounds per game, emerging as a serious presence in the backcourt.

Finally, there’s some more size to the rosters, too. West Virginia‘s Jesse Edwards checks in at 6-foot-11. He’s coming off a season in which he averaged 15.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 1.7 blocks and 1.2 assists per game. He’ll be suiting up for the West squad, with Tominaga, East and others.

You can check out the complete rosters for the Reese’s NABC All-Star Game below.

Reese’s NABC All-Star Game Rosters

East All-Stars (Black Uniforms)

Head Coach: Greg Kampe, Oakland

G Jordan Young – Richmond
G Jahmir Young – Maryland
G Quincy Olivari – Xavier
G Tyler Thomas – Hofstra
G Jack Gohlke – Oakland
F Jamison Battle – Ohio State
C Isaiah Cozart – Eastern Kentucky
F Josh Oduro – Providence
F Drew Pember – UNC Ashville
C Quinten Post – Boston College

West All-Stars (Orange Uniforms)

Head Coach: Steve Lavin, San Diego

G Tylor Perry – Kansas State
G Jaelen House – New Mexico
G Keisei Tominaga – Nebraska
G Sean East II – Missouri
G Elijah Pepper – UC Davis
F Isaiah Crawford – Louisiana Tech
F Enrique Freeman – Akron
F Gabe McGlothan – Grand Canyon
F Isaac Jones – Washington State
C Jesse Edwards – West Virginia
C Branden Carlson – Utah