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Round Up: 2014 Army All-American Bowl verbal commitments

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The 14th annual Army All-American Bowl was broadcast by NBC on Saturday. The game features 90 of the best high school football players from across the country. Throughout the years, the game has featured the nation’s most elite football players, providing a launching pad for college and NFL stars such as: Andrew Luck, Jamaal Charles, Percy Harvin, Eric Berry, Patrick Peterson, AJ McCarronDe’Anthony Thomas, and hundreds more.

This year’s game was as star-studded as ever and, as usual, featured live verbal commitments from an array of players. Here’s a round up of the announcements from Saturday:

Quarterback Kyle Allen is headed to Texas A&M and is the heir apparent to Johnny Manziel:

Offensive tackle Brian Wallace has decided to play for Arkansas:

WR Jamil Kamara is heading to Virginia:

In a bit of a surprise, LB Dwight Williams picked UCLA:

The Aggies picked up another commit when WR Frank Iheanacho chose Texas A&M:

Tight end Bryce Dixon has decided to attend USC:

Marshon Lattimore has decided to play his college career at Ohio State:

The number one all-purpose back in the country, according to 247sports, Joe Mixon has decided to play at the University of Oklahoma:

Safety Erick Smith has decided to take his talents to Ohio State:

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6 Responses to “Round Up: 2014 Army All-American Bowl verbal commitments”
  1. kiopta1 says: Jan 4, 2014 6:01 PM

    Many missing.

  2. 8to80texansblog says: Jan 4, 2014 8:07 PM

    A&M class looking really good….

    #2 right now with the Iheanacho commit….

  3. footballnut85 says: Jan 4, 2014 9:28 PM

    This exploitation of high school kids is out of control!

  4. boomersoonerthunder1 says: Jan 5, 2014 4:08 AM

    You forgot to mention Joe Mixon, the MVP of the game commiting to the Oklahoma Sooners.

  5. addict2sport says: Jan 5, 2014 9:38 AM

    At least half will decommit and commit somewhere else by the time they’re actually on a campus.

    On another note, as if enough money isn’t made off college student athletes we’re now seeing money made from high school student athletes. Pretty disturbing.

  6. mediocrebob says: Jan 5, 2014 4:12 PM

    These high school students eat it up. Get over it. I haven’t heard any of them crying about it.

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