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Under Armor All-America Game: Tuesday Game Updates

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Orlando, Florida – The 2023 edition of the Under Armor All-America Game will be played Tuesday night at 5:00 pm EST inside Camping World Stadium. The exhibition, which brought together more than 100 of the country’s top veterans, will be broadcast on ESPN2.

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Six different players who participated in last year’s all-star game have gone on to make 247Sports’ True Freshman All-American Team (LSU linebacker Harold Perkins, Texas A&M wide receiver Evan Stewart, Texas forward Kelvin Banks, Alabama forward Tyler Booker, LSU offensive lineman Will Campbell, and Michigan cornerback Will Johnson), while nearly a dozen others landed significant reps at some point in 2022.

So who will we see on the field making plays on Saturday next fall? The 247Sports team prepares you for the game after spending the last few days training.

Jackson Arnold and the quarterbacks

Under Armor usually brings six different quarterbacks to Orlando, but only four weapons will suit Tuesday with the two USC signees. Malachi Nelson and signatory from Alabama Dylan Lonergan dealing with injuries.

Oklahoma signatory Jackson Arnold has been our favorite signal caller since things kicked off late last week and should likely be seen as the favorite to take home MVP honors if he can keep things going. The dual-threat talent, who has gone 28-3 as a starter the last two years in Lone Star State’s highest ranking, is expected to split repeats on Team Speed​​(White Helmets) with Florida signee Jaden Rashadawhich has also had its moments in training.

The Phantom team (Black Helmets) will be led by a pair of Big 12 bystanders in the state of Iowa JJ Kohl and signatory of the state of Kansas Avery Johnson. Kohl is an NFL size 6 foot 7, 230 pounds and won the QB accuracy challenge on Monday after hitting more stationary targets than the rest of his peers. Johnson, on the other hand, is one of the most dynamic quarterbacks of the 2023 cycle and should be able to create with his legs as he will no longer be wearing a no-contact jersey.

Other highlights from the last few days

There were only two practice sessions that included extensive 1-on-1, 7-on-7, and 11-on-11 work, which means we only gave out two “Alpha Dog” awards: Texas A&M Defensive Line Signer David Hicks on Saturday and signer of Texas wide receiver Johntay Cook II on Sunday.

A Team Phantom offensive coach told 247Sports that Hicks pretty much dictated what his unit was capable of doing in practice. It wouldn’t be surprising if he made his presence felt in the middle on Tuesday. Cook got similarly glowing reviews and looks to be the best route runner in Orlando this week, which is pretty remarkable given that USC signers Branch Zechariah and makai lemon he has also been training and training the opposing defenses.

Some others that have consistently appeared in practice include: unsigned tight end Duke RobinsonGeorgia linebacker signer Raylen Wilson (who once went through College Football Playoff practices with the Bulldogs), Georgia safety signee Joenel AgüeroAlabama defensive line signer Jordan RenaudMiami Defensive Line Signer Rueben BainFlorida Defensive Line Signer Will Norman and UCF defensive line signer john walker.

Trying to stack the cornerback plate

We go into the week hoping to find some answers at cornerback. At least when it comes to how we want to stack them in the rankings at the top of the board. Different chants emerged, but no one really broke away from the rest of the pack. Can this happen on Tuesday?

miami commitment Cormani McClain checks every box from a height/length/speed standpoint, but he was limited due to a shoulder injury and wasn’t even there for Monday’s walkthrough. alabama signer Desmond Ricks, which reclassified itself from the Class of 2024, also looks apart with its dimensions and muscle twitch. He played almost blocking coverage during Sunday’s 1-on-1s, but needs to be more consistent. Florida signer Ja’Keem Jackson it’s more of a slender outer corner that lands the eye test. He’s made a good choice in practice but is still figuring things out from a technical standpoint, which isn’t surprising as he’s still relatively new to the position.

texas signatory Malik MuhammadLSU signatory Ryan Yaitesnot signed Ethan nation (which is set to make a commitment during the game), unsigned Rodrick Pleasant and Florida signatory Sharif Denson are other cornerbacks who deserve some recognition for what they’ve done on ESPN Wide World of Sports practice fields.

More prospects we’re watching closely on Tuesday

“Aberration” unsigned port of nyckoles remains a polarizing perspective. He may not be the most polished football player around, but he kept reminding people over the weekend why he’s so special at beating defenders with his elite flurry and then scoring long touchdowns during the 1-on-1 while working tight end. .

It’s been a little tough for the available forwards, but the LSU signer Zalance heard has done some encouraging things in pass protection and has the structure and range to be a franchise corner guard one day. The same could be said about the FSU signee and native of Sweden Lucas Simmonswhich has taken a big step forward from a development standpoint in the last eight months.

No prospect in Orlando this week has created as much buzz in the group chat for 247Sports as the Oklahoma defensive line signee Adepoju Adebawore. He’s come a long way since we saw him at the Future 50 back in June, and he’s someone who could make a strong case for belonging to our final 32, depending on how Tuesday night goes.

Medium skill players will also finally be in the spotlight on Tuesday. Will Colorado’s Sprinter Dylan Edwards break a long? Or the signer from Alabama Richard Young do it between tackles. And the signer from Iowa Ben Kueter and Ole Miss signatory Suntarine Perkins. How will they and the other linebackers fare?

Lists for Tuesday

Ghost Team

QB- Kansas state signatory Avery Johnson (5), signatory of the State of Iowa JJ Kohl (12)

RB- texas signatory Cedric Baxter Jr. (4), not signed Durell Robinson (22), notre dame signer jeremiyah’s love (23), signatory from Arkansas Isaiah Augustave (27)

WR- louisville signer William Fowles (0), USC signatory Branch Zechariah (1), texas signatory Johntay Cook II (two), hello miss signer ayden williams (3), LSU signatory Shelton Sampson Jr. (6), ohio state signatory Noah Rogers (11), USC signatory makai lemon (14), colorado signatory Adam Hopkins (16), signee from Michigan English Karmello (21)

YOU- Not signed port of nyckoles (8), arkansas signatory lucas hasz (82)

OL- younot signed Johnathan Slack (50), LSU signatory Zalance heard (53), signatory from South Carolina Markee Anderson (58), USC signatory Micah Banuelos (59), Washington signatory Landen Hatchett (66), signatory from South Carolina Trovon Baugh (72), Florida signer Roderick Kearney (77) signatory of the state of Michigan Stanton Ramil (78)

DL- Texas A&M signatory David Hicks (5), ohio state signatory Jason Moore (6), signatory of Clemson David Ojiegbe (8), unsigned Ashton Porter (9), signatory of Clemson peter woods (11), signatory from Maryland dylan gooden (16), signatory from South Carolina Desmond Umeozulu (19), signatory from South Carolina Xzavier McLeod (64), signatory from Texas Sydir Mitchell (90)

LB- Michigan state signatory Jordan Hall (3), hello miss signer Suntarine Perkins (10), clemson signatory Dee Crayton (18), Georgia signatory Troy Bowles (23), signatory from Iowa Ben Kueter (32), signatory from Georgia Raylen Wilson (33)

DB- texas signatory derek williams (0), signee from Alabama Tony Mitchell (1), signatory from Georgia Justyn Rhett (2), signatory of Texas Malik Muhammad (4), signatory from Georgia Joenel Agüero (7), LSU signatory Javien Toviano (14), signatory to Texas A&M Bravion Rogers (17), signatory from Hawaii Elias Palmer (20), Oregon signatory Daylen Austin (21), Oregon signatory Kodi DeCambraName (24), unsigned Rodrick Pleasant (26), NC state signatory Rohan Davy (31), signee from Alabama Desmond Ricks (34)

team velocity

QB- Florida signer Jaden Rashada (5), signatory from Oklahoma Jackson Arnold (11)

RB- alabama signer Richard Young (9), signatory from Colorado Dylan Edwards (23), unsigned Javin Simpkins (27)

WR- Utah signatory Mikey Matthews (0), Oregon signatory Ashton Cozart (1), clemson signatory Noble Johnson (3), South Carolina signatory Kelton Henderson (4), Oklahoma signatory Jaquaize Pettaway (6), Signatory from Alabama jalen hale (8), Notre Dame signatory braylon james (14), West Carolina signatory Santana Fleming (81)

YOU– Not signed Duke Robinson (two), kentucky signatory Khamari Anderson (15)

OL- michigan signatory Amir Herring (58), signee from Alabama Miles McVay (58), Oregon signatory Iapani Laloulu (65), signatory from Florida Knijeah Harris (66), Louisville signatory Madden Sanker (71), alabama signer Olaus Alinen (73), signatory from Oklahoma cayden green (75), FSU signatory Lucas Simmons (79)

DL-Oklahoma signatory Adepoju Adebawore (6), Signatory from Alabama Jordan Renaud (9), Miami signatory Rueben Bain (11), Tsignatory Chandavian Bradley (16), Signatory of Florida Kelby Collins (17), Georgia signatory Samuel M’Pemba (19), unsigned Cameron Lenhardt (33), UCF signatory john walker (55), signatory from Florida Will Norman (92)

LB- notre dame signer jaiden ausberry (2), signatory from Oklahoma lewis carter (4), Maryland signatory rich walker (8), unsigned michael harris (27), unsigned Andre Harris (29)

DB- penn state signatory Elliot Washington (0), miami commitment Cormani McClain (1), mississippi state signatory Isaac Smith (3), Florida signatory Ja’Keem Jackson (5), Florida signatory Sharif Denson (7), miami signer Robert Stafford (12), TCU signatory Max Carroll (14), Signatory of Florida Jordan Castell (18), LSU signatory Ryan Yaites (21), Oklahoma signatory Peyton Bowen (22), Oklahoma signatory jacob johnson (24), unsigned Ethan nation (28)

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