The 2013 Under Armour All-America Game lived up to expectations, and the best college-football recruits in the nation showed us why they deserved their high rankings.
The black team (Highlight) ended up defeating the white team (Nitro), 16-3, but we all know the final score doesn't matter in an all-star game like this.
What matters the most to these players is that they were able to show off a bit of their talent to college-football fans, coaches and the media.
We got to see how these highly ranked recruits responded in game situations, and that will be huge in the evaluation process from this point forward.
I intently watched the 25 highest-ranked recruits (according to the 247Sports composite rankings) at the 2013 Under Armour game. Here's how each star recruit graded out.
Note: Considering that all of these players are All-Americans, the lowest grade a player could received was a C-. N/A's were given to skill players that weren't targeted. Grades were based on how much a recruit was able to stand out and make plays amongst other elite recruits.