Army All American Game Rosters 2013: Complete Breakdown of Each Team

Tim DanielsFeatured ColumnistJanuary 3, 2013


The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is a chance for top recruits from around the nation to show college football fans what all the fuss is about. It holds an even greater importance for prospects who have yet to make their college choice.

Quarterback Max Browne, who's committed to USC, and Texas A&M wide receiver commit Ricky Seals-Jones are among the big-name players in attendance for the marquee game. The duo will pair up to lead the West squad against Kenny Bigelow and his East teammates.

Here's a look at all the key information for Saturday's game, the rosters for each team and a quick breakdown of some players to keep an eye out for. It should be a terrific showcase of the talented football stars of the future.


Where: Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas

When: Saturday, Jan. 5 at 1 p.m. ET

Watch: NBC


East Roster and Analysis

No. Player Position
1 Greg Bryant RB
2 Derrick Henry RB
3 Shelton Gibson WR
4 Taquan Mizzell ATH
5 Kendall Fuller DB
6 Dorian O'Daniel LB
7 Jalen Ramsey DB
8 Al-Quadin Muhammad DL
9 Eli Apple DB
10 E.J. Levenberry LB
11 Jeremy Johnson QB
12 Johnathon McCrary QB
13 Daniel McMillian LB
14 Dymonte Thomas S
15 Ahmad Fulwood WR
16 Ryan Burns QB
17 James Quick WR
18 Asiantii Woulard QB
19 Nick Washington DB
21 Tyren Jones RB
22 Jordan Sherit DL
23 Tyler Boyd WR
24 Mackensie Alexander DB
25 Larenz Bryant LB
26 Doug Randolph LB
27 Derrick Green RB
28 Tray Matthews DB
34 Peter Kalambayi LB
35 Johnny Townsend P
44 Matt Burke TE
45 Jason Hatcher DL
48 Johnny O'Neal LB
55 Khaliel Rodgers OL
57 Wyatt Teller DE
58 Greg Webb DL
60 Christian Morris OL
69 Evan Lisle OL
70 Brendan Mahon OL
73 Austin Golson OL
74 Josh Montelus OL
76 Michael Hill DL
77 Laremy Tunsil OL
79 Brandon Kublanow OL
80 Tony Stevens WR
81 Marquez North WR
85 Jim Cooper K
87 Jake Butt TE
88 Demarcus Robinson WR
90 Garrett Sickels DL
93 Jonathan Allen DE
95 Keith Bryant DL
98 Kenny Bigelow DE
99 Frank Herron DL

The East's offense is led by a pair of dynamic running backs, Greg Bryant and Derrick Henry. Given the upcoming BCS National Championship Game, it's fitting that the two have committed to Notre Dame and Alabama, respectively.

Joining Bryant and Henry is an extremely talented group of quarterbacks, led by Ryan Burns and Asiantii Woulard. The latter of which still hasn't made his college decision, meaning fans from Kentucky, South Florida and NC State, among others, will be tuning in to see him.

On defense, the East features defensive back Kendall Fuller, a ball-hawk committed to Virginia Tech, and the previously mentioned Bigelow, a dominant defensive lineman. His ability to wreak havoc in the opponents' backfield should shine through on Saturday.


West Roster and Analysis

No. Player Position
1 Tyrone Swoopes QB
2 Kameron Miles DB
3 Chris Hawkins DB
4 Thomas Tyner RB
5 Tahaan Goodman DB
6 Jake Oliver WR
9 Jaylon Smith LB
10 Tre'Davious White DB
11 Hayden Rettig QB
13 Max Browne QB
14 A'Shawn Robinson DL
16 Miles Bergner P
17 Michael Hutchings LB

Su'a Cravens

22 Altee Tenpenny RB
23 Myles Jack LB
24 Ezekiel Elliott ATH
25 Antwuan Davis DB
26 Justin Davis RB
27 Jourdan Lewis RB
29 Antonio Allen DB
31 Joe Mathis DL
33 Chans Cox LB
35 Daniel Carlson K
41 Deoundrei Davis LB
42 Tim Kimbrough LB
44 Mike Mitchell LB
47 Eddie Vanderdoes DL
50 Reeve Koehler OL
51 Josh Banderas LB
55 Jake Raulerson OL
56 Scott Pagano DL
72 Steve Elmer OL
73 Chris Fox OL
74 Nico Falah OL
75 Deon Mix OL
76 Kent Perkins OL
78 Josh Boutte OL
80 Derrick Griffin WR
81 Steven Mitchell WR
82 John Diarse WR
84 Torii Hunter Jr. WR
85 DeSean Smith TE
86 Torrodney Prevot DL
88 Corey Robinson WR
89 Ricky Seals-Jones WR
92 Justin Manning DL
93 Kylie Fitts DL
99 Isaiah Golden DL

The aforementioned tandem of Browne and Seals-Jones will be joined by running back Thomas Tyner and wide receiver Derrick Griffin on the West's offense, giving the team a tremendous group of playmakers. Unfortunately, Torii Hunter Jr. has been forced out due to injury.

Other potential stars on the West offense include versatile back Altee Tenpenny, an Alabama commit, and tight end DeSean Smith, who's bound for rival LSU. All told, it's a deep group that gives the West an edge heading into the game.

The defense doesn't lack star power, either. Jaylon Smith, one of the nation's most hyped recruits, headlines the unit along with undecided fellow linebacker Mike Mitchell. In the defensive backfield, Su'a Cravens is the player to watch for the West.