Under Armour All-American Game Rosters 2014: Complete Breakdown of Each Team

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Under Armour All-American Game Rosters 2014: Complete Breakdown of Each Team
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Judging by last Saturday's game of the millennium between Auburn and Alabama, or this weekend's tantalizing slate of conference championship games, college football is in a very good place right now. 

While that can certainly change in an instant, the future of the sport looks just as promising.

Fans will get a glimpse of that future on Jan. 2 when the best high school prospects on the planet are showcased against each other in the Under Armour All-American Game.     

If you want a preview of superstars that will be dominating Saturdays in a few years—and in many cases, less than that—then missing this game isn't advised. 

Date: Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014

Time: 4 p.m. ET

Where: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. 


Live Stream: WatchESPN

Team Highlight Roster

Under Armour All-American Game Team Highlight Roster
Player Position 247 Sports Composite Ranking College
Leonard Fournette RB 1 Undecided
Cameron Robinson OT 3 Alabama
Andrew Brown DT 6 Virginia
Myles Garrett DE 10 Texas A&M
Adoree Jackson CB 8 Undecided
Speedy Noil WR 11 Undecided
Marlon Humphrey CB 5 Undecided
Quin Blanding S 7 Virginia
Deshaun Watson QB 43 Clemson
Jalen Tabor CB 25 Undecided
Bo Scarbrough ATH 22 Alabama
Damian Prince OT 17 Undecided
Lorenzo Featherston DE 108 Undecided
Gerald Willis III DT 23 Undecided
Racean Thomas RB 24 Auburn
Kain Daub ILB 46 Florida State
John "JuJu" Smith ATH 13 Undecided
Kalvaraz Bessent CB 77 Alabama
David Cornwell QB 60 Alabama
Casey Tucker OT 79 Undecided
Ross Pierschbacher OT 63 Alabama
Christian Miller OLB 49 Alabama
Brandon Harris QB 80 LSU
Travis Rudolph WR 67 Undecided
Cameron Sims WR 100 Alabama
DeAndre Thompkins WR 212 Penn State
Jamarco Jones OT 56 Ohio State
Stephen Roberts CB 157 Auburn
Tyler Luatua TE 146 Undecided
Tre Williams ILB 38 Auburn
Derick Roberson DE 75 Texas
Rashaan Evans OLB 48 Undecided
Thomas Holley DT 61 Undecided
Dylan Sumner-Gardner S 84 Texas A&M
Garrett Brumfield OG 107 LSU
Jacob Pugh OLB 98 Florida State
Michael O'Connor QB 249 Penn State
Chris Godwin WR 188 Penn State
Jacory Washington TE 213 LSU
Dexter Wideman DT 187 Florida State
Josh Casher OC 287 Alabama
J.C. Hassenhauer OC 171 Alabama
Jermaine Roberts CB 359 Texas
O.J. Smith DT 400 Alabama
Tanner Farmer OG 396 Nebraska
Melvin Kelhn OLB 404 Undecided
Adam Centers K NR Undecided
Jake Hartbarger P 955 Michigan State
Wesley Horky LS 2156 Undecided

Courtesy of ESPN.com

Team Nitro Roster

Under Armour All-American Game Team Nitro Roster
Player Position 247 Sports Composite Ranking College
Jabrill Peppers ATH 2 Michigan
Da'Shawn Hand DE 4 Alabama
Tony Brown CB 9 Undecided
Raekwon McMillan ILB 16 Undecided
Lorenzo Carter DE 12 Undecided
Keller Chryst QB 32 Stanford
Joseph Yearby RB 40 Miami
Dalvin Cook RB 19 Florida
Laurence "Hootie" Jones S 31 Alabama
Jamal Adams S 27 Undecided
Lamont Gaillard DT 68 Georgia
Malachi Dupre WR 15 Undecided
Ermon Lane WR 26 Florida
Arrlon Springs CB 62 Oregon
Kc McDermott OT 34 Miami
Rod Taylor OG 47 Ole Miss
Alex Bars OT 93 Notre Dame
Chad Thomas DE 52 Miami
J.C. Jackson WR 163 Florida
Bryan Mone DT 81 Michigan
Nick Watkins CB 127 Notre Dame
Andy Bauer OT 95 Missouri
Drake Harris WR 59 Michigan
Kevin Crosby TE 261 South Carolina
Corey Holmes WR 185 Notre Dame
Jeb Blazevich TE 172 Georga
Ronnie Clark OLB 73 Alabama
Justice Hansen QB 150 Oklahoma
Dillon Bates OLB 99 Tennessee
Edwin Freeman OLB 144 Undecided
Garrald McDowell DE 209 Undecided
Andrew Trumbetti DE 159 Notre Dame
Trevor Darling OT 92 Miami
Braden Smith OG 64 Undecided
Juwann Bushell-Beaty OT 306 Michigan
Michael Ferns ILB 160 Michigan
Jesse Jackson WR 351 Mississippi State
Wilton Speight QB 350 Michigan
Jeff Jones RB 112 Minnesota
Dontavius Russell DT 140 Undecided
Quincy Wilson S 208 Florida
Jacob Bragg OC 760 Kansas
Braxton Berrios WR 381 Miami
Alec Eberle OC 442 Florida State
Morgan Mahalak QB 320 Oregon
Isaiah McKenzie WR 499 Undecided
Sam Mustipher OG 210 Notre Dame
Will Ulmer QB 426 Maryland
Jared Wangler S 790 Michigan
Aaron Medley K 1178 Tennessee
Gary Wunderlich K 1159 Ole Miss
Nick Reinhardt LS NR Undecided

Courtesy of ESPN.com

Players to Watch

Leonard Fournette, RB, Undecided

The No. 1 prospect in the nation according to 247Sports' composite rankings and pretty much every other list you'll see, Leonard Fournette is still undecided. However, the New Orleans product, who will announce his decision at the game, is expected by most to stay home and go to LSU, although SEC rival Alabama is also certainly in the mix. 

Whichever program he eventually picks will have reason to rejoice. 

Although he doesn't possess quite as much raw upside as some other No. 1 prospects from past years, Fournette's blend of power, speed and size has him already looking like a legitimate college running back. 

He is the complete package, and it will be a joy to watch him play against the best competition. 

Jabrill Peppers, Athlete, Michigan

247Sports currently lists the 5-star Peppers as an athlete, and considering his size (6'1", 205 pounds), speed and explosive athleticism, the Wolverines could potentially use him as a running back, returner or anywhere in the secondary. 

Of course, if his quest to be better than former Michigan great Charles Woodson is any indication, he's ready to play corner:

That's not exactly surprising when you sprinkle in his ball skills and instincts to his already fantastic athleticism, and assuming he lines up at corner in January, it will be extremely fun to see him match up against Speedy Noil and Travis Rudolph. 

Speedy Noil, WR, Undecided

Appropriately named, Speedy Noil is one of the most exciting players in the nation. 

Not only does he have breakaway speed, but he also has the versatility to hurt defenses out of the backfield, out of the slot or in the return game a la Percy Harvin, Tavon Austin, or De'Anthony Thomas. 

Still deciding between LSU and Texas A&M, Noil is someone with big-play ability who is capable of putting on a show. If he lines up against Peppers, watch out for fireworks. 

Top-20 Matchup to Watch

Cameron Robinson vs. Da'Shawn Hand

This matchup not only features the respective No. 3 and No. 4 prospects, according to 247Sports' composite rankings, but it also pits the best offensive lineman (Robinson) against the best defensive end (Hand).

Futher adding to the intrigue, it's a preview of future Alabama practices, as both are committed to Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide.  

There are a slew of skill-position matchups to keep your eye on (Noil vs. Peppers, Fournette vs Raekwon McMillan), but it will be extremely compelling to see these future teammates battling it out in the trenches. 

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