The Boiling Point: Scout.com has a review of players in the Indiana JR/SR All-Star game
Every year Indiana holds an all-star game of juniors vs. seniors. There is a core group for each team that play in both games, then a selection of players that join the core group for one game in the southern part of the state and another selection for the game in northern part of the state. 2012 Purdue recruit Ronnie Johnson was part of group that played in the first game. Fellow 2012 commit Rapheal Davis played in the second game, though he didn’t play very much for some reason. Below is what Scout had to say on Ronnie Johnson and 2012 target Gary Harris:
"Gary Harris, SG – On Monday night Harris was probably the most impressive player on the Junior All-Stars. He hit threes, scored in the mid-range, and as always showed off his explosive athleticism. Harris wasn’t quite able to replicate that performance on Wednesday, though he was still impressive and showed why he is a five-star prospect and one of the most coveted players in the Midwest. Ronnie Johnson, PG – As a pure floor general, there just aren’t many better than Johnson. Add in that his perimeter shot is getting much better, and it isn’t tough to figure out why the future Purdue Boilermaker was moved up to four-star status in the most recent rankings. When Johnson was in the game the Junior offense ran far smoother with his ability to push the ball and impressive instincts for the position."
Gary Harris also said he has no change in his recruitment. Joining Purdue in recruiting this heavily targeted SG are Michigan St, Notre Dame, Louisville, Michigan, others, and Indiana.