The starting rosters for the 2013 Under Armour All-American Game have been officially released (via ESPN).
Four-star recruit and future Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg will get the start under center for the black team offense. He’ll be throwing to fellow four-star recruits Alvin Bailey, Robert Foster and Damore’ea Stringfellow, who are all listed as starters at wide receiver.
The White team will be led by the No. 5 quarterback in the nation in four-star recruit Kevin Olsen, who committed to play for the Miami Hurricanes next year. He’ll be lined up in front of the No. 3 running back in the country, 5’10”, 200 pound Keith Ford, who committed to play at Oklahoma.
The Under Armour All-American Game will showcase some of the best high school talent in the nation, including five-star defensive ends Robert Nkemdiche and Carl Lawson and defensive tackle Montravius Adams. Five-star cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III will get the start for the black team alongside undecided five-star linebacker Matthew Thomas.
|Position:||Player (Black Team)|
|Running back||Alvin Kamara|
|Wide receiver||Alvin Bailey, Robert Foster, Damore'ea Stringfellow|
|Tight end||O.J. Howard|
|Offensive tackle||Darius James, Denver Kirkland|
|Guard||Grant Hill, Joas Aguilar|
|Defensive end||Robert Nkemdiche, Elijah Daniel|
|Defensive tackle||Greg Gilgmore, Kennedy Tulimasealii|
|Inside linebacker||Ben Boulware|
|Outside linebacker||Alex Anzalone, Matthew Thomas|
|Cornerback||Vernon Hargreaves III, Tarean Folston|
|Safety||Keanu Neal, Leon McQuay III|
|Position||Player (White Team)|
|Running back||Keith Ford|
|Wide R=receiver||Laquon Treadwell, Ryan Green, Jalin Marshall|
|Tight end||Hunter Henry|
|Offensive tackle||Derwin Gray, Dorian Johnson|
|Guard||Patrick Kugler, David Dawson|
|Defensive end||Carl Lawson, Joey Bosa|
|Defensive tackle||Henry Poggi, Kelsey Griffin|
|Inside linebacker||Reuben Foster, Yannick Ngakoue|
|Outside linebacker||Trey Johnson|
|Cornerback||Gareon Conley, Shaq Wiggins|
|Safety||Max Redfield, Antonio Conner|
|Long snapper||Brendan Turelli|
The entire roster features a total of five five-star recruits and 87 four-star recruits, many of which have already committed to a major program for next season.
The game will take place at 5 p.m. on Jan. 4, and can be seen on ESPN.