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2023 Game Recap
Team Phantom Defeats Team Speed, 14-7
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2022 Game Recap
Team Icons Holds Off Team Legends for 23-17 victory
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2021 Game Recap
(Covid-19 Prohibited Game)
2020 Game Recap
Team Pressure Squeezes Team Savage, 30-24, at 2020 Under Armour All-America Game
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2019 Game Recap
Late Touchdown Lifts Team Ballaholics to Thrilling Win Over Team Flash
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2018 Game Recap
Team Highlight wins a 23-21 victory over Team Spotlight at Camping World Stadium Thursday night.
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2017 Game Recap
Jeff Thomas leads Team Armour to Under Armour All-America Game win.
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2016 Game Recap
Team Highlight downed Team Armour 27-0 in the ninth annual Under Armour All-America Game presented by American Family Insurance.
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2015 Game Recap
Team Highlight downed Team Armour 46-6 in the eighth annual Under Armour All-America Game presented by American Family Insurance.
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2014 Game Recap
Team Highlight defeated Team Nitro, 31-21, at the Under Armour All-America Game at Tropicana Field.
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2013 Game Recap
Team Nitro got on the board in the second quarter with a 44-yard field goal by 6-foot-5, then Covington put the final points of the game on the board with a 31-yard field goal.
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2012 Game Recap
At Times it looked like a celevration of Alabama football and by the fourth quart it was appropriate that "Sweet Home Alabama" was the tune of the night.
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2023 All-America Game RECAP

ORLANDO (Jan. 3, 2023) – Team Phantom Defeats Team Speed, 14-7, in 2023 Under Armour Next All-America Game

Zachariah Branch, Kelby Collins earn MVP honors for Team Phantom and Team Speed, respectively

ORLANDO (Jan. 3, 2023) – The nation’s premier high school senior football stars shined at the 2023 Under Armour Next All-America Game, highlighted by an MVP performance from Team Phantom’s Zachariah Branch, whose punt return touchdown propelled Team Phantom to a 14-7 victory over Team Speed on Tuesday night.

After a scoreless first quarter, Texas running back commit CJ Baxter got Team Phantom on the board on the first play of the second with a 13-yard touchdown run to give his squad a 7-0 advantage. Then later in the quarter, Branch, a USC commit, gave Team Phantom a 14-0 advantage with a 93-yard punt return for a touchdown, tying the record set by Amari Cooper’s in 2012.

On the ensuing possession, Team Speed cut into the lead with an eight-play drive that ended with Oklahoma quarterback commit Jackson Arnold connecting with Utah signee Michael Matthews for a 23-yard touchdown connection, making the score 14-7 at halftime and the decisive score.

Defensively, both teams had standout performers. For Team Speed, Oklahoma signee PJ Adebawore finished the game with a pair of tackles, a sack and a quarterback hurry, Michael and Andrew Harris combined for three tackles for loss, while Florida commit Kelby Collins, who earned team MVP honors, finished with three tackles, a sack and a pass breakup.

For Team Phantom, Clemson commit Peter Woods finished the game with three tackles, two for loss, and a pass breakup, Michigan State pledge Jordan Hall led the team with five tackles, including one for loss, and South Carolina signee Desmond Umeozulu recorded a pair of tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.

Also during the game, four Under Armour Next All-Americans announced their college commitments. A pair of players announced their commitments to Nebraska – cornerback Ethan Nation and defensive end Cameron Lenhardt, running back Durrell Robinson pledged to Charlotte and defensive end Ashton Porter made his commitment to Oregon.

Scoring Plays:

  • Phantom: 11:49, 2Q: CJ Baxter 13 yard rush (PAT Kick by Peyton Woodring), 7-0
  • Phantom: 3:16, 2Q: Zachariah Branch 93 yard punt return (PAT Kick by Woodring), 14-0
  • Speed: 1:28, 2Q: Michael Matthews 23 yard reception from Jackson Arnold (PAT Kick by Blake Craig), 14-7


Notable Top 10 Performances

  • Zachariah Branch’s (USC) 93 yard punt return is tied for the longest scoring play in Game history (Brian Poole 93 yard interception return and Amari Cooper’s 93 yard punt return in 2012), tied for the longest punt return in Game history (Cooper in 2012).
  • Branch’s 152 all-purpose yards is fourth-most in Game history.
  • Branch’s seven receptions are tied for second-most in Game history.
  • Branch’s 122 punt return yards are the most in Game history.
  • Jackson Arnold (Oklahoma) finished 12-of-23 passing. His 12 completions and 23 attempts each rank third in their respective categories in Game history.
  • JJ Kohl (Iowa State) finished 11-of-18 passing. His 11 completions are tied for fourth and his 18 attempts are tied for sixth in Game history.

2022 All-America Game RECAP

ORLANDO (Jan. 2, 2022) – Team Icons Holds Off Team Legends for 23-17 victory in Under Armour Next All-America Game

Behind an early 17-0 lead and a staunch defensive effort, Team Icons withstood a late rally to defeat Team Legends in the 14th Under Armour Next All-America Game, 23-17, on Sunday afternoon at Camping World Stadium in a game nationally televised on ESPN.

Team Icons defensive lineman Derrick Moore, ranked No. 23 in the ESPN300 and a Michigan signee, earned game MVP honors after recording two sacks in the game. He led the way on a defensive front that finished with seven tackles for loss and held the Team Legends offense in check during the first half, helping Team Icons build a nearly insurmountable lead.

Offensively for Team Icons, the fireworks started on the first play of the game with Missouri commit Luther Burden scoring on a 65-yard touchdown reception from Florida State-bound signal caller AJ Duffy to put Team Icons ahead to start the contest, 7-0. The 65-yard scoring play was the fifth-longest in game history.

After a quick three-and-out from Team Legends, Team Icons followed with an 18-play drive that was capped by a 5-yard touchdown run by Penn State commit Kaytron Allen, giving Team Icons a quick 14-0 lead that they carried into the second quarter.

Team Icons extended its lead midway through the second quarter. After a highlight-reel interception by Clemson commit Jeadyn Lukus gave Icons good field position deep in Team Legends territory, Grady Gross connected on a 30-yard field goal to make the score 17-0.

Team Legends responded on the ensuing position. Vanderbilt pledge AJ Swann orchestrated a nice drive that ended with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Texas A&M signee Donovan Green, making the score 17-7. Team Icons responded with Gross connecting on his second field goal, this time a 48-yarder, the second-longest in game history, to make the score 20-7 at halftime.

The teams traded field goals in the third quarter. Gross again accounted for three points on Team Icons’ first possession of the second half, nailing a 35-yarder to make the score 23-7. His three made field goals tied an Under Armour game record (Sean Covington, 2013; Justin Yoon, 2015). Alex McPherson, an Auburn signee, answered with a 42-yarder for Team Legends, the seventh-longest in game history, to make the score 23-10.

Team Legends closed to within six at the outset of the fourth quarter but could get no closer. Following an interception by USC pledge Zion Branch, a 39-yard pass completion from Notre Dame signee Steve Angeli to Alabama commit Aaron Anderson got Team Legends down to the 1-yard line, where newly announced Oklahoma commit Jovantae Barnes punched it in for the final score of the game, 23-17.

Three All-Americans announced their college commitments during the 2022 Under Armour Next All-America Game. Barnes, the No. 97 ranked recruit in the ESPN300, made his commitment to Oklahoma just prior to kickoff. At halftime, Omari Abor, the No. 26 ranked prospect and No. 4 defensive end in the ESPN300, announced his pledge to Ohio State. Finally, five-star linebacker Harold Perkins, the No. 5 ranked prospect, announced he will attend Texas A&M. Perkins gives the Aggies three of the top five ESPN300 prospects, joining No. 1 DT Walter Nolen and No. 3 DE Shemar Stewart. Overall, 16 players that were named Under Armour Next All-Americans are heading to Texas A&M next season.

2020 All-America Game RECAP

Team Pressure Squeezes Team Savage, 30-24, at 2020 Under Armour All-America Game
ORLANDO, Fla. (Jan. 2, 2020)

Behind a balanced offensive attack in the passing, running and kicking games, Team Pressure, coached by NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders, defeated Team Savage 30-24 on Thursday night in the 13th annual Under Armour All-America Game. The game was contested in front of 16,292 fans at Camping World Stadium and a national TV audience on ESPN2.

Team Pressure jumped to a 10-0 first quarter lead, following a 36-yard field goal by Harrison Mevis, a Missouri pledge, and a 10-yard touchdown run by quarterback Jeff Sims, a Georgia Tech signee. Stanford commit Joshua Karty connected on a 45-yard field goal early in the second quarter to put Team Savage on the board, 10-3. But Team Pressure responded late in the second with a nine-play, 63-yard drive that was capped by a 14-yard run by Zach Evans, the team MVP, to put Team Pressure up 17-3 heading into halftime.

Team Savage rebounded early in the second half with a touchdown drive. Notre Dame commit Drew Pyne, connected with Ohio State signee Julian Fleming on a 42-yard touchdown pass to make the score 17-10. Team Pressure quickly responded with a scoring drive of its own, with Mevis connecting on a 35-yard field goal to extend the lead to 20-10. However, using a 10-play, 65-yard drive, Team Savage cut the score to 20-17 after a one-yard touchdown run from Michigan running back commit Blake Corum.

The teams once again exchanged scores to start the fourth. Texas commit Hudson Card connected on a 12-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Jaquavion Fraziars, a Florida signee, to make the score 27-17 in favor of Team Pressure. Team Savage was quick to respond as Notre Dame running back commit Chris Tyree rushed in from one-yard out to make the score 27-24. Team Pressure however would nearly run out the clock on its ensuing possession, eating up nearly seven minutes with an 11-play, 47-yard drive that ended with Mevis booting his third field goal of the game for the final 30-24 score.
The nation’s top defensive players showed their mettle throughout the game. Team Pressure finished with six tackles for loss, including sacks from Trenton Simpson (Clemson), Sav’ell Smalls (Washington) and Desmond Evans (North Carolina). Team Savage recorded seven tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks with Jordan Burch (South Carolina) recording two tackles for loss and a sack and Mekhail Sherman (Georgia) finishing with two tackles for loss. Dominic Bailey (Tennessee), Jalen Carter (Georgia, Team Savage MVP) and Chris Braswell (Alabama) each posted one tackle for loss.

Six players announced their college choices throughout the evening, with the Pac-12 picking up four commitments. Prior to kickoff, quarterback Chandler Morris out of Highland Park, Texas committed to Oklahoma, while Folsom, Calif., teammates Elijhah Badger, a wide receiver, and Daniyel Ngata, a running back, both committed to former Under Armour All-America Game coach Herm Edwards and Arizona State. Defensive end Jason Harris, a native of Higley, Ariz., committed to Colorado, tight end Darnell Washington announced he will head to Georgia, and defensive back Dontae Manning pledged to Oregon.

With his three field goals in the game, Mevis tied Sean Covington (2013) and Justin Yoon (2015) for the most in the game’s history, and Kayshon Boutte’s (LSU) seven catches is tied for second in the game’s history.

2019 All-America Game Recap

11 Years • 180 NFL Draft Picks • 47 First-Round NFL Draft Picks • 21 NFL Pro Bowlers • Two Heisman Trophy Winners

Late Touchdown Lifts Team Ballaholics to Thrilling Win Over Team Flash
Six game records set with Jerrion Ealy, Marcus Washington claiming MVP honors

ORLANDO (Jan. 3, 2019) – Highlighted by record-setting performances from Team Flash running back Jerrion Ealy and Team Ballaholics wide receiver Marcus Washington, Team Ballaholics came away with a thrilling 28-27 victory on Thursday night in front of 17,716 fans at the 12th annual Under Armour All-America Game. It was the first contest decided by one point in Under Armour All-America Game history.
Capping an 11-play, 65-yard drive that took more than six minutes off the fourth-quarter clock, Washington, who was named his team’s MVP, was on the receiving end of a 15-yard touchdown pass from Jayden Daniels, an Arizona State pledge, with 3:41 to play for the game-winning score. It was the second time the tandem connected in the game; Washington, a Texas signee, caught a 17-yard pass from Daniels early in the second quarter. Washington’s two touchdowns matched the record held by Jeff Thomas in 2017.
Not to be outdone, Ealy, an Ole Miss commit, was also named team MVP after rushing for 119 yards on 16 carries and two touchdowns, which each met or set game records. His 119 rushing yards established a new game record, breaking the old mark of 110 yards by Damien Harris in 2015. He also matched Harris’ game record with 16 carries and Maurice Washington’s two rushing scores from 2018.
Team Flash kicker Cade York, an LSU signee, gave his squad a 6-0 lead in the first quarter after booting two field goals, including a new Under Armour All-America Game record 59-yarder. Team Ballaholics came alive in the second quarter after touchdowns by Washington and fellow wide receiver Theo Wease, an Oklahoma commit, gave their team a 14-6 lead.
Team Flash would respond as the half came to a close. Ealy scored the first of his two touchdowns with 19 seconds to play, bringing Team Flash within one at halftime, 14-13.
The teams traded scores in the third quarter. Team Ballaholics #DreamFearlessly Fan Vote winner Michael Jansey Jr., who will be heading to Northwestern next year, made his mark in this year’s contest. He tipped a Zach Calzada pass, then snagged the interception and returned it 33 yards for a touchdown, giving his squad a 21-13 edge midway through the third. Ealy would respond for Team Flash with a 38-yard touchdown run to make the score 21-20 heading to the fourth.
Penn State commit Noah Cain gave Team Flash the lead early in the fourth after a 3-yard touchdown run, 27-21, but Daniels came in for the ensuing drive and led Team Ballaholics to the decisive score.
Josh Calvert, who will play for Washington next season, led the way defensively for Team Ballaholics, tying a game record with 10 tackles. Florida State commit Raymond Woodie III and Texas A&M signee Brian Williams also had interceptions for Team Ballaholics.

Three players announced their college commitments throughout the evening. Prior to kickoff, linebacker Shammond Cooper out of Trinity Catholic High School (Missouri) pledged his commitment to Illinois. At the start of the second quarter, defensive lineman Tre’Mon Morris-Brash out of St. John’s College High School (Virginia) announced he would be attending UCF. Prior to the start of the fourth, wide receiver Arjei Henderson from Fort Ben Travis High School (Texas) committed to Florida.

Game Records and Notable Performances:
Cade York’s 59-yard field goal is a new game record
Jerrion Ealy’s 119 rushing yards is a new game record
Ealy’s two rushing touchdowns is tied with Maurice Washington (2018) for the most rushing touchdowns in a game
Ealy’s 16 carries tied Damien Harris 16 carries in 2015 as the most in the game’s history
Marcus Washington’s two receiving touchdowns is tied with Jeff Thomas (2017) for the most receiving touchdowns in a game
Ealy and Marcus Washington become only the third and fourth players (joining Maurice Washington and Thomas) to score multiple touchdowns in a game
Josh Calvert’s 10 tackles is tied with Dylan Moses (2017) for the most tackles in a game
Michael Jansey Jr. became the first winner of the #DreamFearlessly fan vote to score a touchdown after his 33-yard interception return for a touchdown
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2018 All-America Game Recap

Texas RB Maurice Washington sets Under Armour record with 3 TDs

Maurice Washington of Cedar Hill (Texas) Trinity Christian Academy stole the show on offense at the Under Armour All-American Game, scoring three touchdowns — two of them in the first quarter — to spur Team Highlight to a 23-21 victory over Team Spotlight at Camping World Stadium Thursday night.

It is the first time in the 11-year history of the event that a player has scored three times.

Washington, who has yet to declare his college intentions, scored on a 20-yard run on the first series of the game and then caught a 27-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson of Las Vegas Bishop Gorman later in the first quarter. Thompson-Robinson is committed to UCLA. The two early Washington touchdowns staked Team Highlight to a 13-0 lead after a missed extra point on a chilly, 45-degree night in Orlando.

Washington also opened the second half with a 63-yard kickoff return to set up Team Highlight’s third score of the game. Following a short pass to Miami commit Brevin Jordan of Las Vegas Bishop Gorman to get the ball to the 2-yard line, Washington finished it off with his third touchdown of the game.

Team Spotlight finally got on the board in the third quarter with a touchdown pass from Nebraska signee Adrian Martinez to Penn State commit Ricky Slade Jr., of Woodbridge (Va.) Hylton.

Spotlight also scored to start the fourth quarter with a 31-yard touchdown pass from Jacksonville Bartram Trail quarterback Joey Gatewood, an Auburn signee, to Hollywood Chaminade Madonna’s Xavier Williams, an Alabama signee.

Also in the first quarter, Plantation American Heritage receiver Anthony Schwartz, the reigning state 100- and 200-meter sprint champion, announced his commitment to Auburn. There were four announcements during the game, the others were: Defensive end Tyreke Smith of Cleveland Heights (Ohio) committed to Ohio State; linebacker Nik Bonitto of Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas is headed to Oklahoma; and defensive end Jason Oweh of Howell (N.J.) Blair Academy committed to Penn State.

2017 All-America Game Recap

24 Armour vs. 21 Highlight

ORLANDO, Fla – East St. Louis (Ill.) receiver Jeff Thomas had three catches for 148 yards, two of them for touchdowns, to lead Team Armour to a 24-21 victory against Team Highlight in the Under Armour All-America Game on Sunday.Thomas, who was a first-team American Family Insurance ALL-USA selection, used his 4.3 speed in the 40-yard dash to become the first receiver in the history of the game to have two touchdown catches, one in each half. He made a simple down-and-out pattern into a 44-yard touchdown in the first half and turned a slant pattern into a 79-yard score in the second half.

Thomas’ 148 receiving yards also broke the game’s record of 120 yards set by former East St. Louis wide receiver Terry Hawthorne, who went on to play four years at Illinois and is now the Flyers’ secondary coach.

“It’s a good experience,” Thomas said. “Before the game, (Hawthorne) told me he had the receiving record, so I had to break it. On the first touchdown, I went for the ball and realized I had space, so I made him think I was going outside and then I broke inside. To be honest, I don’t know what happened on the second touchdown.”

Thomas is undecided on his college choice. He has 16 offers, including Illinois, but in the past week, Oregon and Tennessee offered him and he plans visits to both schools in the next few weeks, along with Miami. More offers are sure to follow.

“This isn’t necessarily bad for Illinois,” Thomas said. “I haven’t broken down who my favorites are yet. Hopefully, this puts me on the map nationally. I just wanted to show my talents.”

St. Stanislaus (Bay St. Louis, Miss.) quarterback Myles Brennan, an LSU commit, threw the first touchdown pass to Thomas.

“It was a five-yard out that was supposed to be just for a first down, but we knew if you put it in his hands, he could make a big play for us,” Brennan said.

IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) linebacker Dylan Moses, an Alabama commit, and K’Lavon Chaisson, a North Shore (Houston) defensive end, were Team Highlight’s leaders on defense. Moses had a game-record 10 tackles and Chaisson had six tackles, including three sacks.

“It’s kind of a little glimpse of what college will be,” Moses said. “It was hard, really, adjusting to everything because everyone is fast. Jeff Thomas is a beast. He has some wheels. I didn’t really get to watch him in practice, but seeing him live in practice is crazy.”

Thomas was Team Armour’s MVP. The MVP for Team Highlight was Khalan Laborn, a FSU-bound running back from Bishop Sullivan (Virginia Beach), who ran for 74 yards and a touchdown. Anders Carlson, an Auburn commit from Classical Academy (Colorado Springs, Colo.) had two field goals in the game for Team Highlight, the first a 36-yarder in the first half and the second a 39-yarder in the second half.

Toneil Carter had a 5-yard run for Team Highlight to cut Team Armour’s lead to 24-21 midway through the fourth quarter. IMG Academy quarterback Kellen Mond followed with a two-point conversion pass to Cy-Fair (Cypress, Texas) tight end Brock Wright, who is headed to Notre Dame.

In the first half, Mond, a Texas A&M commit, got Team Highlight on the board on his first series. He ran 20 yards for a first down and after nearly being intercepted by Moses, he found Wright for a 26-yard pass to the Team Armour 21. One play later, Laborn rolled right and ran it in for a 21-yard touchdown.Team Armour answered on the next series. After a failed onside kick by Team Highlight gave Team Armour the ball at the Highlight 46, Amour quarterback Kasim Hill of St. John’s College (Washington, D.C.) led a six-play drive that included a 26-yard run and a 9-yard run by Hill. The touchdown came on a 4-yard run by Archbishop Hoban (Akron) running back Todd Sibley, who is headed to Pitt.

Penalties forced Team Highlight had to settle for a 36-yard field goal by Carlson with nine minutes to go in the first half. That gave Highlight a 10-7 lead.

Team Armour went up 14-10 as Brennan found Thomas on on a short down-and-out, and Thomas juked Chevin Calloway and ran through an arm tackle by Daniel Wright en route to a 44-yard touchdown catch with 2:03 remaining in the half. Armour tacked on another score right before the half on a 46-yard field goal by Andrew Mevis.

2016 All-America Game Recap

27 Highlight vs. Armour 0

ORLANDO, Fla. – The nation’s premier high school football players were once again on display today at the Orlando Citrus Bowl as Team Highlight downed Team Armour 27-0 in the ninth annual Under Armour All-America Game presented by American Family Insurance. A crowd of 24,186 witnessed the first shutout in the history of the Under Armour All-America Game.

Late in the first quarter, a dropped punt by Team Armour deep in their territory was recovered by Team Highlight. Malik Henry of Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Polytechnic) capitalized on the turnover by connecting with local star Eddie McDoom of Winter Garden, Fla. (West Orange) on the following play for a 12-yard touchdown. Henry, a Florida State commit, completed 9 of his game-high 12 attempts for 75 yards and two touchdowns.

The highlight of the day came when Miami (Fla.) commit Dionte Mullins of Miami (Gulliver Prep) hauled in a 24-yard touchdown pass from fellow Hurricanes commit Jack Allison of Palmetto, Fla. (Palmetto High School). With a defender draped on his back in the end zone, Mullins snagged Allison’s pass with an acrobatic one-handed catch to extend Team Highlight’s lead to 17-0 going into halftime. Allison finished 3 of 7 passing for a game-high 83 yards.

Team Highlight’s defense was anchored by a dominant defensive line that combined for six sacks on the day and allowed just 34 yards rushing. ESPN 300 No. 1 overall recruit and Team Highlight MVP, Rashan Gary of Paramus, N.J. (Paramus Catholic), led the way for Team Highlight’s defense with three sacks that tied an All-America Game record and a team-high six tackles. Not to be outdone, ESPN 300 No. 4 overall recruit Ed Oliver of Houston (Westfield) posted five tackles, including two for a loss, and took home Team Armour MVP honors.

Other game highlights included Team Highlight’s Eric Cuffee of Waco, Texas (Waco) wrestling the ball away from Team Armour’s Joshua Hammond of Hallandale Beach (Hallandale) for a 41-yard interception and Team Armour’s Tino Ellis of Hyattsville, Md. (DeMatha) hauling in a 51-yard pass from quarterback Matt Fink of Glendora, Calif. (Glendora).

Finally, five Under Armour All-Americans announced their college commitments during the game:

  • Devwah Whaley (RB), Central High School (Beaumont, Texas) – University of Arkansas
  • Terrance Davis (OG), DeMatha Catholic High School (Hyattsville, Md.) – University of Maryland
  • Drake Davis (WR), IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) – Louisiana State University
  • Jean Delance (OT), North Mesquite High School (Mesquite, Texas) – University of Texas
  • Rahshaun Smith (OLB), IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) – Clemson University

2015 All-America Game Recap

46 HIGHLIGHT vs. ARMOUR 6 – Jan. 4 from ESPN Recruiting

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – It was a night of record-breaking performances at Tropicana Field as Team Highlight downed Team Armour 46-6 in the eighth annual Under Armour All-America Game presented by American Family Insurance. An All-America Game record crowd of 25, 461 witnessed a first half filled with a flurry of exciting plays.

It all started with local quarterback Deondre Francois of Orlando, Fla., (IMG Academy) energizing his hometown fans by completing four of four passes for 103 yards and a touchdown – punctuated by a 60-yard strike to future teammate George Campbell of Tarpon Springs, Fla. (East Lake High School). Both are committed to Florida State University.

Other records in the game included University of Notre Dame commit placekicker Justin Yoon of Milton, Mass., (Milton Academy) netting a 47-yard field goal seconds before the end of the first half, and undecided running back Damien Harris from Berea, Ky., (Madison Southern) setting rushing records of 16 attempts and 122 yards.

Other game highlights included Daylon Charlot of Patterson, La., (Patterson) running back a 53-yard punt for a Team Highlight touchdown and Eric Glover-Williams matching that for Team Armour with a 47-yard punt return for a score.

Although it was a night where points came in bunches, defensive linemen – Team Armour’s Daylon Mack from Gladewater, Texas, (Gladewater) and Team Highlight’s Byron Cowart from Seffner, Fla., (Armwood) – walked away as MVPs of the game. The overall ESPN 300 no. 1, Mack finished the night with seven tackles including three for losses. No. 2 on that list, Cowart tallied four tackles and a sack.

Finally, six Under Armour All-Americans announced their college commitments during the game:

  • Ronald Jones II, McKinney North High School (Texas) – University of Southern California
  • Tim Settle, Stonewall Jackson High School (Va.) – Virginia Tech University
  • Daron Payne, Shades Valley High School (Ala.) – University of Alabama
  • Tyron Johnson, Warren Easton High School (La.) – Louisiana State University
  • Anthony Wheeler, Skyline High School (Texas) – University of Texas
  • Kendall Sheffield, Thurgood Marshall High School (Texas) – Alabama

2014 All-America Game Recap

31 HIGHLIGHT vs. NITRO 21Jan. 2, 2014 – from ESPN Recruiting

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – The 2014 UAAAG Game did not disappoint with its on-field talent and excitement at the announcement stage. Auburn quarterback commit Sean White completed 10 of 12 passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns en route to MVP honors as Team Highlight defeated Team Nitro, 31-21, at the Under Armour All-America Game at Tropicana Field on Thursday night.

Team Nitro MVP Jeff Jones finished with 37 yards on six carries along with four catches for 35 yards and a touchdown.  Florida State commit Dalvin Cook had a game-high 78 rushing yards and a score for Nitro as well. For team Highlight, Four-star Travis Rudolph, who committed to Florida State over Alabama during the game, caught four passes for a game-high 48 yards and a touchdown.

Defensively for Highlight, Texas A&M defensive end commit Myles Garrett was completely unstoppable early and he finished with six tackles (four for loss) and a sack. Virginia pledge Quin Blanding and Auburn LB commit Tre Williams also recorded six tackles. Five-star athlete Adoree’ Jackson had the game’s lone interception.

For Team Nitro, four-star defensive end Lorenzo Carter and Alabama safety commit Ronnie Clark each had six stops and were highly active throughout the game.

Two of the biggest plays of the night came from two Louisiana prospects who also made their college announcements.  In the third quarter, newly committed Texas A&M receiver Speedy Noil accelerated by Team Nitro’s secondary down the right sideline for a 64-yard catch and run into the end zone. Noil finished the day with 90 yards receiving on just three catches.

Another noteworthy play stemmed from No. 1 overall prospect Leonard Fournette, who came to life with two back-to-back plays after a slow start. With a sharp cross-field cutback to turn a negative play into a 15-yard gain, he stepped up again and caught an easy 36-yard scoring pass. Those were Fournette’s final minutes as an uncommitted recruit since he announced his commitment to LSU Tiger moments later.

2013 All-America Game Recap

16 HIGHLIGHT vs. NITRO 3 – Jan.4, 2013 from ESPN Recruting

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Notre Dame is now No. 1 in both the BCS and the college football recruiting world.

Max Redfield, the nation’s No. 4 athlete out of Mission Viejo (Calif.) High School, was one of five players to commit Friday night at the Under Armour All-America Game at Tropicana Field. His pledge propelled the Fighting Irish to the No. 1 spot in the ESPN RecruitingNation class rankings over BCS National Championship opponent Alabama.

Redfield’s commitment is the 23rd for Notre Dame, which counts 10 members of the ESPN 150 in its Class of 2013. Redfield, the No. 3 prospect in California, ranks behind linebacker Jaylon Smith of Fort Wayne, Ind., and running back Greg Bryant of Delray Beach, Fla., on Notre Dame’s list.

The highest-profile player to commit in the game — won by Team Highlight 16-3 — was four-star athlete Kendell Beckwith of Jackson (La.) East Feliciana.

The 6-foot-3, 235-pound Beckwith chose LSU over SEC West rival Alabama midway through the first quarter. Beckwith, the sixth member of the ESPN 150 to join LSU’s class, said he felt more comfortable with the Tigers.

“It’s just a school that I felt more at home with — that I was most comfortable with throughout the whole process,” he said.

Beckwith said it doesn’t matter which position he ends up playing.

“Defensive end or outside linebacker,” he said, “it really doesn’t matter to me.”

Four-star defensive end Ebenezer Ogundeko of Brooklyn (N.Y.) Thomas Jefferson was next to make his pledge. The ESPN 150-ranked defensive end verbally committed to Clemson over the home-state Syracuse Orange. Clemson’s recruiting class is ranked No. 14.

As a senior, Ogundeko totaled 74 tackles, including 17 sacks. He is the nation’s No. 10 defensive end.

Inside linebacker Trey Johnson of Lawrenceville (Ga.) Central Gwinett committed to Ohio State at halftime. The nation’s No. 2 inside linebacker chose the Buckeyes over Tennessee and Florida. Johnson said OSU’s depth chart was a deciding factor.

“When I took a visit up there, it was different,” Johnson said. “I kind of like the feel up there, the depth chart. And there are many factors that make it a good fit there.”

The addition of Johnson gives Ohio State 20 commitments, nine of those being members of the ESPN 150, and boosts what is already the No. 4 recruiting class.

Safety Leon McQuay III (Seffner, Fla./Armwood) was the last prospect to commit. The nation’s No. 3 safety chose USC over Vanderbilt, Oregon, Florida State and Michigan.

McQuay’s pledge ended a string of four decommitments to USC since November. Four-star wide receiver Sebastion LaRue reopened his commitment Wednesday after UA Game practice. McQuay is ranked as the No. 32 player in the nation.

Florida commit Vernon Hargreaves (Tampa, Fla./Wharton) was named Team Highlight’s MVP after recording five tackles, an interception and a tackle for a loss. Four-star linebacker Reuben Foster (Auburn, Ala./Auburn) was recognized as Team Nitro’s MVP after he racked up six tackles, two tackles for a loss and a pass breakup.

Playing in his hometown, UCLA kicker commit Sean Covington of St. Petersburg High School got the scoring started for Team Highlight with a 25-yard field goal late in the first quarter. The drive was highlighted by a 28-yard run by uncommitted running back Alvin Kamara of Norcross (Ga.) High School.

Alabama quarterback commit Cooper Bateman of Salt Lake City Cottonwood put Team Highlight up 10-0 with a 6-yard touchdown pass to tight end Josh McNeil of Durham (N.C.) Milford Academy.

Team Nitro got on the board in the second quarter with a 44-yard field goal by 6-foot-5, 270-pounder Ryan Santoso (Pace, Fla./Pace), a Minnesota commit. Covington put the final points of the game on the board with a 31-yard field goal.

2012 All-America Game Recap

47 BLUR vs. HIGHLIGHT 16 – Jan.5, 2012 from ESPN Recruiting

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — At times it looked like a celebration of Alabama football and by the fourth quarter it was appropriate that “Sweet Home Alabama” was the tune of the night.

From Amari Cooper’s 75-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter to the announcement of Geismar, La., five-star safety Landon Collins in the fourth quarter, Thursday night was all about the Crimson Tide.

“This is why I committed to Alabama,” Cooper said. “I wanted to play with great players and win championships. The guys we have in this game are going to be part of that next group of superstars to play at Alabama.”

Cooper, who at times can be as quiet as a calm wind, has come up big all season when the lights were on. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound four-star prospect from Northwestern High in Miami added a 93-yard punt return for a touchdown in the White team’s 49-16 win over the Black team and quickly gained a fan base from his future teammates.

“Amari doesn’t say a lot, but you don’t have to when you have that much game,” said five-star athlete Eddie Williams (Panama City, Fla./Arnold), another Bama commit. “You see his technical skills, his footwork, his ball skills and you know he’s a big-time player.”

The Tide continued to roll all night — four-star athlete Cyrus Jones (Baltimore, Md./Gilman) committed to Alabama in the third quarter and then scored on a 40-yard interception return.

While this might have been a glimpse of the future for Jones, it appears likely that his career in Tuscaloosa will see him on the offensive side of the ball.

“If you like what you see out of me on defense wait until you see me on offense,” said Jones. “I’m thinking about the future and lining up with Amari. I know he can teach me some things and I can teach him some things.”

With the commitments of Jones and Collins, the Tide had eight commits in Thursday’s game and now have the nation’s top-ranked recruiting class with national signing day less than a month away.

“Alabama is the premier program in the nation right now and the guys in the game should tell everyone how bright the future is,” Collins said. “I know my decision surprised some people but I feel firm and comfortable with my choice and my future.”

Although Alabama’s future stars appeared to shine brightest, there were other programs that should look forward to great things to come.

Florida State, who had six verbals in the game, may have the quarterback of the future if Jameis Winston’s commit sticks. The 6-foot-4, 195-pound senior from Hueytown, Ala., walked away with MVP honors for the White team after going 8-of-9 for 178 yards and two touchdowns.

Winston has remained firm with the Seminoles despite constant overtures from Alabama and the potential of a future in Major League Baseball.

“It was a great experience to play with a lot of these guys that I’m going to be doing the chop with for the next few years,” Winston said.

Four-star defensive lineman Dante Fowler Jr. (St. Petersburg, Fla./Lakewood), playing just minutes from his school, started for the Black team and had a sack.

“I probably could have had a few more out there but it’s OK,” Fowler said. “Jameis was great and I think tonight was a good start for the future of FSU football.

“We want to get the Seminoles back to where they used to be.”

FSU’s bitter rivals to the southeast, the Florida Gators, should also have plenty to look forward to based off of Thursday’s performances. Four-star cornerback Brian Poole (Bradenton, Fla./Southeast) set the Under Armour All-America Game with a 93-yard interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter.

Four-star safety Marcus Maye (Melbourne, Fla./Holy Trinity), playing outside linebacker Thursday, blocked a punt for a safety and recovered a fumble.

“There were a lot of future Gators out there working hard,” said wide receiver Latroy Pittman (Citra, Fla./North Marion), a Gators commit who had one reception and one massive crackback block. “They are great guys and I’m looking forward to what we can accomplish together over the next few years.”

Overall, the SEC continued to be the dominating theme in the Under Armour All-America Game. Aberdeen, Miss., four-star defensive end Channing Ward, who committed to Ole Miss during the event, had two sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss.

The 6-3, 230-pound senior is hopeful that his commitment and the play of White team teammate Issac Gross (Batesville, Miss./South Panola) will help turn things around in Oxford.

“I think the offense at Ole Miss is pretty good but they need some big playmakers on defense,” Ward said. “I’m hopeful we can come in and help the home school get back on track.

“The SEC is where the best football is played and the SEC West is the toughest division but we’re going to grind and work and fight to get the program in contention.”

Some players are still undecided and for Hamilton (Ga.) Harris County four-star defensive end Jordan Jenkins nights like Thursday make an already tough decision even tougher.

The 6-3, 235-pound senior will make his announcement Jan. 9 and is choosing between Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Georgia.

“I spent time with a lot of the guys from each program, just hanging out,” said Jenkins, who had two sacks.

Jenkins gave each program’s top commits equal time, hanging out with Georgia commit John Atkins, Auburn commit Joshua Holsey, Alabama commit Brandon Greene and Florida commit Austin Hardin.

“They are all great guys and it’s going to be tough because some will be my teammates and others will be the guys I have to go through to win ball games,” Jenkins said. “The decision didn’t get any easier.”

2022 All-America Roster

BobbyTaylorDefensive BackTX
BryanAllen JrDefensive BackTX
BryceAndersonDefensive BackTX
ChaceBiddleDefensive BackTX
DaylenEveretteDefensive BackVA
DenverHarrisDefensive BackTX
DomaniJacksonDefensive BackCA
JacobyMathewsDefensive BackLA
JaheimSingletaryDefensive BackFL
JeadynLukusDefensive BackSC
Jonquis (JQ)HardawayDefensive BackAL
KamariWilsonDefensive BackFL
KeonSabbDefensive BackFL
KhamauriRogersDefensive BackMS
LaquanRobinsonDefensive BackAL
LaterranceWelchDefensive BackLA
MalakiStarksDefensive BackGA
SamuelMccallDefensive BackFL
TravisHunterDefensive BackGA
TrequonFegansDefensive BackAL
WillJohnsonDefensive BackMI
ZionBranchDefensive BackNV
AnthonyLucasDefensive LineAZ
BearAlexanderDefensive LineTX
DerrickMooreDefensive LineMD
ErnestCooperDefensive LineTX
GabrielBrownlow-DindyDefensive LineFL
JarayBledsoeDefensive LineTX
JehiemOatisDefensive LineMS
JeremiahAlexanderDefensive LineAL
JusticeFinkleyDefensive LineAL
KenyattaJackson JrDefensive LineFL
MalickSyllaDefensive LineTX
MarquisGracialDefensive LineMO
OmariAborDefensive LineTX
PopeyeWilliamsDefensive LineIN
ShemarStewartDefensive LineFL
TravisShawDefensive LineNC
TyreeseFearbryDefensive LinePA
WalterNolenDefensive LineTN
BoBordelonOffensive LineLA
CollinSadlerOffensive LineSC
DemetriusHunterOffensive LineTX
DeshawnWoodsOffensive LineNE
DevonCampbellOffensive LineTX
DrewSheltonOffensive LinePA
EmeryJonesOffensive LineLA
GunnerGivensOffensive LineVA
KamDewberryOffensive LineTX
KelvinBanks Jr.Offensive LineTX
NetoUmeozuluOffensive LineTX
PatrickWilliamsOffensive LineTX
SheridanWilsonOffensive LineTX
TyChanOffensive LineMA
TylerBookerOffensive LineCT
WillCampbellOffensive LineLA
ZachRiceOffensive LineVA
BransonRobinsonRunning BackMS
EmmanuelHendersonRunning BackAL
GeorgePettawayRunning BackVA
JovantaeBarnesRunning BackNV
KaytronAllenRunning BackVA
Le'VeonMossRunning BackLA
AaronAndersonWide Receiver/Tight EndLA
AdamRandallWide Receiver/Tight EndSC
AmorionWalkerWide Receiver/Tight EndLA
AndreGreene JrWide Receiver/Tight EndVA
AntonioWilliamsWide Receiver/Tight EndSC
ArmaniWinfieldWide Receiver/Tight EndTX
BrenenThompsonWide Receiver/Tight EndTX
DonovanGreenWide Receiver/Tight EndTX
EvanStewartWide Receiver/Tight EndTX
JackPedersenWide Receiver/Tight EndCA
JaydenGibsonWide Receiver/Tight EndFL
JordanHudsonWide Receiver/Tight EndTX
KadenSaundersWide Receiver/Tight EndOH
LutherBurdenWide Receiver/Tight EndMO
ShazzPrestonWide Receiver/Tight EndLA
TalynShettronWide Receiver/Tight EndOK
TychaunChapmanWide Receiver/Tight EndVA

2021 All-America Roster

Giovanni El-HadiOLSterling Heights, MIMichigan
Savion ByrdOLCedar Hill, TXOklahoma
Garrett DellingerOLClarkston, MILSU
Isaiah BrevardWRSouthaven, MSOregon
Landon JacksonDLTexarkana, TXLSU
Mario WilliamsWRPlant City, FLOklahoma
Beaux CollinsWRLos Angeles, CAClemson
Cane BerrongTEBowersville, GANotre Dame
Rocco SpindlerOLClarkston, MINotre Dame
Billy Bowman Jr.ATHProsper, TXOklahoma
Payton PageDLGreensboro, NCClemson
Morice Blackwell Jr.ATHFort Worth, TXTexas
Jalen MilroeQBKaty, TXAlabama
Donovan EdwardsATHWest Bloomfield, MIMichigan
Greg Penn IIILBBaltimore, MDLSU
Cade DenhoffDLPlant City, FLClemson
Deion SmithWRJackson, MSLSU
James BrockermeyerOLFort Worth, TXAlabama
Ishmael IbraheemDBDallas, TXTexas
Clinton Burton Jr.DBBaltimore, MDBoston College
Chief BordersLBPowder Springs, GAFlorida
Derrick DavisDBMonroeville, PALSU
Will ShipleyRBMatthews, NCClemson
Miller MossQBPacific Palisades, CASouthern California
Raneiria DillworthLBWinston-Salem, NCNorth Carolina
Tywone Malone Jr.DTJamesburg, NJ
Ahmari HarveySTallahassee, FLAuburn
Keeshawn SilverDERocky Mount, NCNorth Carolina
Tony Grimes-GloverDBVirginia Beach, VANorth Carolina
Trevonte RuckerWROcala, FLFlorida
Bryce LangstonDLOcala, FLLSU
Bralon BrownWRMiramar, FLOle Miss
Jackson LightOLDraper, UTOregon
Jacolby GeorgeWRSunrise, FLMiami
Kyron Ware-HudsonWRDuarte, CAUSC
Ethan CalvertLBWestlake Village, CAUtah
Dylan BrooksDLRoanoke, ALTennessee
Marcus TateOLSunrise, FLClemson
Jaydon HoodLBRoyal Palm Beach, FLMichigan
GaQuincy McKinstryWRBirmingham, ALAlabama
Nyland GreenCBCovington, GAGeorgia
Kevin Knowles IIDBPlantation, FLFlorida State
Jaylin DaviesDBFontana, CAOregon
Tunmise AdeleyeDLKaty, TXTexas A&M
Lee HunterDL/OLMobile, ALAuburn
Laurence SeymoreOLMiami Gardens, FLMiami
Amarius MimsOLCochran, GAGeorgia
JC LathamOLOak Creek, WIAlabama
Agiye HallWRBrandon, FLAlabama
JoJo EarleWRAledo, TXAlabama
Dacari CollinsWRRiverdale, GAClemson
Jatavion SandersWRDenton, TXTexas
Noah JoseyOLBrentwood, TNVirginia
Damon PayneDTBelleville, MIAlabama
Terrrence FergusonOLByron, GAAlabama
Jack SawyerDEPickerington, OHOhio State
Christian LearyWROrlando, FLAlabama
Armoni GoodwinRBTrussville, ALLSU
Tyler BuchnerQBLa Jolla, CANotre Dame
Kai MillnerQBGilbert, AZCalifornia
Taizse JohnsonDTWashington, D.C.Maryland
Ryan LinthicumOLDamascus, MDClemson
Michael TriggTETampa, FLSouthern California
Tommy BrockermeyerOLFort Worth, TXAlabama
Aaron WillisLBRichmond, VATennessee
Demeioun RobinsonLBGermantown, MDMaryland
Marcus BradleyDTGermantown, MDVanderbilt
Damarius McGheeDBPensacola, FLLSU
Jake BriningstoolTEBrentwood, TNClemson
Prince KollieLBJonesborough, TNNotre Dame
Zaire PattersonDEWinston-Salem, NCClemson
Lovasea CarrollRBWarrenton, GAGeorgia
Destyn HillWRNew Orleans, LA
Shemar TurnerDEWaxahachie, TXTexas A&M
Drake MayeQBCharlotte, NCNorth Carolina
Luke AltmyerQBStarkville, MSOle Miss
Kadarius CallowayDBPhiladelphia, MSAlabama
Ben ChristmanOLCopley, OHOhio State
Benjamin PerryDBCountry Club Hills, ILLousiville
Deuce HarmonDBCorinth, TXTexas A&M
David DanielDBWoodstock, GAGeorgia
Jahzion HarrisOLBStaten Island, NYTexas A&M
JJ HenryWRMcKinney, TXOle Miss
Garrett NussmeierQBDouble Oak, TXLSU
Ryan WintermeyerLSScottsdale, AZ
Grant SandsLSChandler, AZ
Noah JonesPWingham, GAGeorgia
Cole BeckerKRoseville, CAColorado
Shedeur SandersQBCanton, TXJackson State
J. Michael SturdivantWRHighland Village, TXCalifornia
Jerand BradleyWRDesoto, TXTexas Tech
JD Coffey IIIDBArlington, TXTexas
Devin KirkwoodDBInglewood, CAUCLA
Donovan McMillonSMcMurray, PAFlorida
Easton MascarenasLBMission Viejo, CAOregon State
Jake GarciaQBLoganville, GAMiami
Malik NabersWRLafayette, LALSU
Michael Jackson IIIWRLas Vegas, NVUSC
Peter CostelliQBMission Viejo, CAUtah
Tiaoalii SaveaDLLas Vegas, NV

2020 All-America Roster

Wesley SteinerLBWarner Robins, GAAuburn
RJ AdamsOLWoodbridge, VAKentucky
Sergio AllenLBFort Valley, GAClemson
Nathan AndersonOLFrisco, TXOklahoma
Robby AshfordQBHoover, ALOregon
Dominic BaileyDTSalisbury, MDTennessee
Tank BigsbyRBLaGrange, GAAuburn
Kayshon BoutteWRNew Iberia, LALSU
Demarkcus BowmanRBLakeland, FLClemson
Chris BraswellDEParkville, MDAlabama
Warren BrinsonDTBradenton, FLGeorgia
Vernon BroughtonDTHouston, TXTexas
Jordan BurchDEElgin, SCSouth Carolina
Major BurnsDBBaton Rouge, LAGeorgia
Jermaine BurtonWRCalabasas, CAGeorgia
DeMonte CapehartDLHartsville, SCClemson
Hudson CardQBLakeway, TXTexas
Jalen CarterDTOrlando, FLGeorgia
Lejond CavazosDBSan Antonio, TXOhio State
Blake CorumRBWarrenton, VAMichigan
Jacolbe CowanDTCharlotte, NCOhio State
Kitan CrawfordDBTyler, TXTexas
Gervon DexterDLLake Wales, FLFlorida
Marcus DumervilOLLauderdale Lakes, FLLSU
Desmond EvansDESanford, NCNorth Carolina
Zachary EvansRBHouston, TX
Julian FlemingWRElysburg, PAOhio State
Jaquavion FraziarsWRDunnellon, FLFlorida
Damieon GeorgeOLHouston, TXAlabama
Henry GrayCBDavie, FLNebraska
Jaden GreenLSGilbert, AZWashington
Lideatrick GriffinWRPhiladelphia, MSMississippi State
Reggie Grimes IILBMadison, TNOklahoma
Jason HarrisDEGilbert, AZ
Anton HarrisonOTWaldorf, MDOklahoma
Marcus HendersonOTCordova, TN
Luke HillCBTemple Hills, MDOregon
Shane IllingworthQBCorona, CAOklahoma State
Ja'Quinden JacksonATHMesquite, TXTexas
Curtis JacobsLBGlen Burnie, MDPenn State
Rakim JarrettWRTemple Hills, MDMaryland
Enzo JenningsDBDetroit, MIPenn State
Chad JohnsonWRLos Angeles, CAArizona State
Theo JohnsonTEWindsor, OntarioPenn State
Jayson JonesDTCalera, ALAlabama
Broderick JonesOTLithonia, GAGeorgia
Thaiu Jones-BellWRHollywood, FLAlabama
Joshua KartyKBurlington, NCStanford
Demouy KennedyLBTheodore, ALAlabama
Haynes KingQBLongview, TXTexas A&M
Jaylan KnightonRB/SlotLauderhill, FLMiami
Bryce LeightonPCamas, WAMontana State
Chad LindbergOLLeague City, TXGeorgia
Jake MajorsOLCelina, TXTexas
Dontae ManningDBKansas City, MO
Ryan MarksPFarmington, UT
Mitchell MaysOTRaleigh, NCClemson
Micah MazzccuaOLPhiladelphia, PAMichigan
Jase McClellanRBAledo, TXAlabama
Jayion McClusterLBLargo, FLFlorida State
Braiden McGregorTE/DEPort Huron, MIMichigan
Harrison MevisKWarsaw, INMissouri
Marvin MimsWRLittle Elm, TXStanford
Chandler MorrisQBDallas, TX
Myles MurphyDE/DTGreensboro, NCNorth Carolina
Daniyel NgataRB/SlotFolsom, CA
Walker ParksOLLexington, KYClemson
Alex PeitschLSEllicott City, MDNotre Dame
Luke PetitbonOL/CAnnapolis, MDWake Forest
Ethan PounceyCBOrlando, FLTexas
Antwaun PowellDLPortsmouth, VAFlorida
Drew PyneQBNew Canaan, CTNotre Dame
Andrew RaymOTBroken Arrow, OKOklahoma
Michael Redding IIIWRPensacola, FLMiami
Brenden RiceWRChandler, AZColorado
Jalen RiversOLMiddleburg, FLMiami
Jahari RogersDBArlington, TXFlorida
Marcus RosemyWRMargate, FLGeorgia
Jaquelin RoyDLBaton Rouge, LALSU
Antoine SampahLBWoodbridge, VALSU
Drew SandersLB/TEDenton, TXAlabama
Andre SeldonDBRedford, MIMichigan
Mekhail ShermanOLBBowie, MDGeorgia
Trenton SimpsonLBCharlotte, NCClemson
Jeff SimsQBJacksonville, FLGeorgia Tech
Sav'ell SmallsLBBurien, WAWashington
EJ SmithATHDallas, TXStanford
Arian SmithWRBradley, FLGeorgia
Demorie TateDBOrlando, FLFlorida State
Christopher Thompson Jr.SDesoto, TXAuburn
Jordan TolesDBBaltimore, MDLSU
Bryn TuckerOTKnoxville, TNClemson
Chris TyreeRBChester, VANotre Dame
Sedrick Van PranOLNew Orleans, LAGeorgia
Issiah WalkerOLMiami Gardens, FLFlorida
Darnell WashingtonTELas Vegas, NV
Phillip WebbDE/OLBBuford, GALSU
Eddie WilliamsWRFt. Mitchell, ALClemson
Avantae WilliamsSDeLand, FL
Chantz WilliamsDEOrange Park, FLMiami
Tre WilliamsDLWashington, DCClemson
Johnny WilsonWRPacoima, CAArizona State
Dazalin WorshamWRBirmingham, ALMiami
Elijhah BadgerWRSacramento, CA
Mordecai McDanielSFort Washington, MDFlorida
Chris MorrisOLMemphis, TNTexas A&M
Elijah YelvertsonTERoyse City, TXIowa
Jaylon JonesDBCibolo, TXTexas A&M
Ladarius TennisonDBRockledge, FLAuburn
Marlon MartinezOLHollywood, FLLSU

2019 All-America Roster

Julian BarnettAthleteBelleville, MIMichigan State
Devontae DobbsOffensive TackleBelleville, MIMichigan State
Mazi SmithDefensive TackleKentwood, MIMichigan
Brady WeeksLong SnapperO'Fallon, MOMinnesota
Shamoond CooperOutside LinebackerSt. Louis, MOUndeclared
Marcus WashingtonWide ReceiverSt. Louis, MOTexas
Isaiah WilliamsAthleteSt. Louis, MOIllinois
Noah CainRunning BackBradenton, FLUndeclared
Jaleel McRaeOutside LinebackerBradenton, FLFlorida State
Evan NealOffensive TackleBradenton, FLUndeclared
Maurice HamptonCornerbackMemphis, TNLSU
Jason RodriguezOffensive TackleHesperia, CAUSC
Josh CalvertInside LinebackerWestlake Village, CAUndeclared
Kayvon ThibodeauxDefensive EndWestlake Village, CAUndeclared
Zach CharbonnetRunning BackWestlake Village, CAMichigan
Daniel CarterRunning BackFort Lauderdale, FLUndeclared
Anthony SolomonOutside LinebackerFort Lauderdale, FLMiami
Jordan BattleSafetyFort Lauderdale, FLOhio State
Jaden DavisCornerbackFort Lauderdale, FLOklahoma
Nakobe DeanOutside LinebackerHorn Lake, MSUndeclared
Jerrion EalyRunning BackJackson, MSOle Miss
Te'Cory CouchCornerbackHollywood, FLMiami
Brandon TurnageCornerbackOxford, MSAlabama
John DunmoreWide ReceiverDelray Beach, FLPenn State
Ge'Mon EafordOutside LinebackerDeerfield Beach, FLOregon
Mykael WrightCornerbackValencia, CAOregon
Max WilliamsCornerbackGardena, CAUSC
Kaiir ElamAthleteNorth Palm Beach, FLUndeclared
Sean DollarsRunning BackSanta Ana, CAOregon
Jeremiah CriddellSafetySanta Ana, CAUndeclared
Hudson HenryTight EndLittle Rock, ARArkansas
Jake SmithWide ReceiverPhoenix, AZTexas
Jaquaze SorrellsDefensive TackleWinter Park, FLUndeclared
Jarrian JonesAthleteBrandon, MSMississippi State
Keon ZippererTight EndLakeland, FLUndeclared
Deyavie HammondOffensive GuardBradenton, FLUndeclared
Brendan GantSafetyLakeland, FLFlorida State
Jeremiah PaytonWide ReceiverNeptune Beach, FLMiami
Nathan PickeringDefensive EndSeminary, MSMississippi State
Tarian Lee Jr.Outside LinebackerTallahassee, FLTexas A&M
Lewis CineSafetyCedar Hill, TXGeorgia
Raymond Woodie IIIAthleteTallahassee, FLUndeclared
Jonathan MingoWide ReceiverBrandon, MSOle Miss
Theo WeaseWide ReceiverAllen, TXOklahoma
Arjei HendersonWide ReceiverRichmond, TXUndeclared
Jashawn SheffieldAthleteSaint Simons Island, GAAuburn
Erick YoungCornerbackHouston, TXTexas A&M
Jamal MorrisSafetyRichmond, TXOklahoma
Derick HallAthleteGulfport, MSUndeclared
Devonta LeeAthleteAmite City, LAUndeclared
Ishmael SophserDefensive TackleAmite City, LAUndeclared
Elijah HigginsWide ReceiverAustin, TXUndeclared
Isaiah SpillerRunning BackKlein, TXTexas A&M
Justin EboigbeDefensive EndForest Park, GAAlabama
King MwikutaDefensive EndLaGrange, GAAlabama
Roschon JohnsonQuarterbackPort Neches, TXTexas
John EmeryRunning BackDestrehan, LALSU
Bryton ConstantinInside LinebackerBaton Rouge, LAClemson
Jordan ClarkCornerbackBaton Rouge, LAArizona State
Travis JayCornerbackMadison, FLFlorida State
Kalen DeLoachOutside LinebackerSavannah, GAFlorida State
Dylan WrightWide ReceiverMesquite, TXTexas A&M
Zacch PickensDefensive EndAnderson, SCSouth Carolina
Branson BraggCenterCrandall, TXStanford
Pierce QuickOffensive TackleTrussville, ALAlabama
Clay WebbCenterOxford, ALUndeclared
Savion JacksonDefensive EndClayton, NCNC State
Ivan MoraKickerDalton, GAWake Forest
Marquez BeasonCornerbackDuncanville, TXIllinois
Baylor CuppTight EndBrock, TXTexas A&M
Sheridan JonesCornerbackNorfolk, VAClemson
Amari KightOffensive TackleAlabaster, ALAlabama
Brandon SmithOutside LinebackerMineral, VAPenn State
Devyn FordRunning BackStafford, VAPenn State
Charles MooreDefensive TackleLouisville, MSMississippi State
Shane LeeInside LinebackerBaltimore, MDAlabama
Darrien DalcourtOffensive GuardBaltimore, MDAlabama
Joey YellenQuarterbackMission Viejo, CAArizona State
Zeke CorrellOffensive GuardCincinnati, OHNotre Dame
Brayden LiebrockTight EndChandler, AZTexas
Jameson WilliamsWide ReceiverSaint Louis, MOOhio State
Michael Johnson Jr.QuarterbackEugene, ORPenn State
Nolan RumlerOffensive GuardAkron, OHMichigan
Stanley KingWide ReceiverCamden, NJLouisville
Jayden DanielsQuarterbackSan Bernardino, CAUndeclared
Blake WilcoxKickerWales, WIUndeclared
Michael Jansey Jr.Outside LinebackerBatavia, ILNorthwestern
Chase RobertsWide ReceiverAmerican Fork, UTBYU
Akeem DentCornerbackWellington, FLFlorida State
Bo NixQuarterbackPinson, ALAuburn
Brian WilliamsSafetyDallas, TXTexas A&M
David GbendaInside LinebackerKaty, TXTexas
De'Monte RussellDefensive EndJaskson, MSMississippi State
Donte StarksInside LinebackerMarrero, LALSU
George PickensWide ReceiverHoover, ALAuburn
Jaylen McColloughSafetyPowder Springs, GATennessee
Jeffery CarterCornerbackMansfield, TXTexas A&M
Joseph WeteDefensive EndWashington, DCOklahoma
Jowon BriggsDefensive TackleCincinnati, OHVirginia
Kaven MwikutaDefensive End/LinebackerLaGrange, GAAlabama
Keilan RobinsonAthleteWashington, DCAlabama
Keiondre JonesOffensive GuardHogansville, GAAuburn
Kenyatta WatsonCornerbackLoganville, GATexas
Kenyon GreenOffensive TackleHumble, TXTexas A&M
Kevin Harris IIOutside LinebackerLoganville, GAAlabama
Owen PappoeOutside LinebackerLoganville, GAAuburn
Quinten JohnsonSafetyWashington, DCMichigan
Rian DavisOutside LinebackerApopka, FLGeorgia
Seth MacKellarLong Snapper San Juan Capistrano, CAUndeclared
Tre'Mon Morris-BrashDefensive EndWashington, DCUndeclared
Trent JonesOffensive TackleLoganville, GAMichigan
Tyler DavisDefensive TackleApopka, FLUndeclared
Valentin SennOffensive TackleTirol, AustriaColorado
Wanya MorrisOffensive TackleLoganville, GATennessee
Will ReichardKickerHoover, ALAlabama
Zach CalzadaQuarterbackBuford, GATexas A&M
Cade YorkKickerProsper, TXLSU
Christian WilliamsSafetyDaphne, ALAlabama

2018 All-America Roster

Justin FieldsQBKennesaw, GAPenn State
Brenton Cox Jr.DLDecatur, GAOhio State
Kalon GervinDBDetroit, MIUndeclared
Jordan DavisDEMemphis, TNAlabama
Cole SmithCPontotoc, MSLSU
Matthew JonesOTBrooklyn, NYOhio State
Kearis JacksonWRFort Valley, GAGeorgia
Jayson OwehDEBlairstown, N.J.Undeclared
Jaycee HornCBAlpharetta, GATennessee
Justin ShorterWRMonmouth Junction, NJPenn State
Malik HeathWRJackson, MSMississippi State
Kwatrivous JohnsonOTGreenwood, MSMississippi State
Shaquon Anderson-ButtsWRHarrisburg, PAPenn State
Eyabi AnomaDEBaltimore, MDUndeclared
Jaelyn DuncanOTBaltimore, MDMaryland
Terrace Marshall Jr.WRBossier City, LAUndeclared
Justin RogersQBBossier City, LATCU
Emory JonesQBFranklin, GAOhio State
A.J. LyttonCBUpper Marlboro, MDFlorida State
JaMarr ChaseWRMetairie, LAFlorida
Quindarious MondaySAtlanta, GAAuburn
Ricky SladeRBWoodbridge, VAPenn State
Trey DeanSHampton, GATennessee
K.J. HenryDEWinston-Salem, NCUndeclared
Jake CamardaKNorcross, GAGeorgia
Paxton BrooksKWest Columbia, SCTennessee
Robert CooperDTSnellville, GAFlorida State
Joey GatewoodAJacksonville, FLAuburn
Quay WalkerOLCordele, GAAlabama
Byron HanspardCBDeSoto, TXArkansas
Dylan WonnumOTTucker, GAUndeclared
Tyreke SmithDECleveland Heights, OHUndeclared
Anthony SchwartzWRPlantation, FLUndeclared
Xavier WilliamsAHollywood, FLAlabama
Sevyn BanksCBOrlando, FLOhio State
Josh MooreAYoakum, TXNebraska
Calvin AveryDTDallas, TXIllinois
Ayodele AdeoyeILSaint Louis, MOTexas
Curtis Dunlap Jr.OGBradenton, FLFlorida
Houston GriffithCBBradenton, FLFlorida State
Stephon WynnDEBradenton, FLAlabama
Verdis BrownCBradenton, FLFlorida State
Daniel FaaleleOTBradenton, FLUndeclared
Asante Samuel Jr.CBFt. Lauderdale, FLFlorida State
Elijah MooreWRFt. Lauderdale, FLGeorgia
Al Blades Jr.CBFt. Lauderdale, FLMiami
Nik BonittoOLFt. Lauderdale, FLUndeclared
Tommy BushWRSchertz, TXUndeclared
Justin HallRBFlossmoor, ILUndeclared
Cleveland ReedOGFort Meade, FLMiami
B.J. FosterSAngleton, TXTexas
Devin O'RourkeDEFrankfort, ILNorthwestern
Robert Hicks IIIILMiami, FLLouisville
Chandler JonesCBMiami, FLLouisville
Richard GouraigeOTTampa, FLUndeclared
Rosendo LouisILDeerfield Beach, FLFlorida State
Jalen PrestonWRManvel, TXTexas A&M
Jacob SirmonQBBothell, WAWashington
Nick Petit-FrèreOTTampa, FLUndeclared
Dawson JaramilloOTLake Oswego, OROregon
Gurvan HallSPalm Beach Gardens, FLMiami
Al'vonte WoodardWRHouston, TXTexas
D'Shawn JamisonCBHouston, TXTexas
Mustapha MuhammadTEMissouri City, TXUndeclared
Brian SneadRBSeffner, FLOhio State
Keondre CoburnDTHouston, TXTexas
Justin WatkinsAClermont, FLUndeclared
Malcolm EppsTEHouston, TXTexas
Jacob IsaiaOGLas Vegas, NVMichigan State
Brevin JordanTELas Vegas, NVMiami
Dorian Thompson-RobinsonQBLas Vegas, NVUCLA
Jacob CopelandWRPensacola, FLFlorida
Seth SmallKKaty, TXTexas A&M
Slater ZellersLSScottsdale, AZCalifornia
Adrian JacksonOLDenver, COOregon
Justyn RossWRPhenix City, ALUndeclared
Jack WestQBSaraland, ALStandford
Evan McPhersonKFort Payne, ALMississippi State
Maurice WashingtonRBCedar Hill, TXUndeclared
Keaontay IngramRBCarthage, TXTexas
DeMarvion OvershownSArp, TXTexas
Justin MaderLSMagnolia, TXUndeclared
Myles SimsSAtlanta, GAMichigan
Christian MeadowsOGMontezuma, GAFlorida State
Coynis Miller Jr.DTBirmingham, ALAuburn
DJ BrownCBWashington, DCVirginia
Joshua JeffersonCWashington, DCUndeclared
Caleb OkechukwuOLWashington, DCUndeclared
PJ MustipherDTOwnings Mills, MDPenn State
Tommy BrownOTSanta Ana, CAAlabama
Delone Scaife Jr.OGMiami, FLMiami
Kyle PittsTEWarminster, PAFlorida
Teradja MitchellILVirginia Beach, VAOhio State
Hank ManosCChapin, SCSouth Carolina
Alontae TaylorWRManchester, TNTennessee
Devon WilliamsALancaster, CAUndeclared
Jack LambOLTemecula, CANotre Dame
Bryan AddisonAGardena, CAUndeclared
Merlin RobertsonILGardena, CAUndeclared
Olaijah GriffinCBMission Viejo, CAUCLA
Tevailance HuntWRTexarkana, TXTCU
Austin FontaineDTHyattsville, MDMaryland
Dante StillsDEFairmont, WVWest Virginia
Adrian MartinezQBFresno, CATennessee
Steve StephensSFresno, CAOregon
Cameron GoodeDTWashington, DCVirginia Tech
Matthew HillWRLawrenceville, GAAuburn
Tyrese Johnson-Fisher
Xavier Peters

2021 All-America Game Canceled

ORLANDO (Nov. 6, 2020) – The Under Armour All-America High School Football Game annually celebrates the accomplishments of 100 high school seniors, providing a memorable experience that positions them for success as the game’s next generation of superstars.

However, given the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the 2021 Under Armour All-America Game has been canceled. The safety of participants, coaches, staff and everyone associated with the Under Armour All-America Game is of the utmost importance, as is the well-being of the families, friends, classmates and others connected to this year’s class of All-Americans. The Future 50 Camp and the UA Next Game, which features the nation’s top underclassmen and eighth-grade standouts, respectively, have also been canceled.

Taking part in the Under Armour All-America Game is the pinnacle for high school seniors. While we are disappointed for this year’s class that will miss the physical experience of being in Orlando and participating in the Game, Intersport is working together with ESPN and Under Armour to celebrate these incredible athletes and honor them for their achievements as they prepare for the next steps of their football careers.

Future highlights planned include Under Armour product drops, virtual and social media experiences and integrations with ESPN through a variety of its traditional and social platforms. A complete schedule announcing experiences and broadcast plans will be revealed in the coming weeks.

About the Under Armour All-America Game

Over its 13-year history, the Under Armour All-America Game has produced many of football’s best collegiate and professional players. NFL Pro Bowler A.J. Green competed in the inaugural game, while No. 1 overall NFL Draft selections like Jadeveon Clowney (2011), Jameis Winston (2012), Myles Garrett (2014) and Kyler Murray (2015) are among the players that participated in later years. Nearly 250 alumni of the Under Armour All-America Game have been selected in the NFL Draft, including 64 first-round draft picks and 23 NFL Pro Bowlers.