The two biggest high school football all-star games took place this weekend and both were great.
The work put in to get the nation's best prospects to play in these games each year is a huge undertaking. Both the Under Armour and Army games were a success and, of course, recruiting news was a topic of discussion at both settings all week long.
Many players came into their respective bowls games having already committed to schools. Yet, verbal commitments are non-binding until a recruit signs his letter of intent on or after the first Wednesday in February, or if the recruit is an early commit.
For this read, I'm going touch on a few recruits who came to the Army or Under Armour game committed to one school but who may be flipping to another school before signing day.