Under Armour All-American Game 2014: Date, TV Schedule, Rosters and More

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Under Armour All-American Game 2014: Date, TV Schedule, Rosters and More
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Leonard Fournette and other top prospects will be on display at the Under Amour All-American Game.

The Under Armour All-American Game has turned into a great showcase for high school prospects before they head off to college, and this year should be no exception.

With top players like Leonard Fournette, Da’Shawn Hand and Jabrill Peppers suiting up for the game, there’s no doubt that it will be worth watching once more.

No matter whether these top prospects are already committed or have yet to pick a school, it’ll be thoroughly intriguing to watch them play against their peers.

Here’s all you need to know about the game, including the date, TV schedule, team rosters and some uncommitted players to watch.

Date: Thursday, Jan. 2

Time: 4 p.m. ET

Where: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

TV: ESPN

Live Stream: WatchESPN

Rosters

 

Team Highlight

Player Position 247 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 7 Undecided
Speedy Noil WR 11 Undecided
Marlon Humphrey CB 5 Undecided
Quin Blanding S 8 Virginia
Deshaun Watson QB 45 Clemson
Jalen Tabor CB 24 Undecided
Bo Scarbrough ATH 23 Alabama
Damian Prince OT 25 Undecided
Lorenzo Featherston DE 183 Undecided
Gerald Willis III DT 21 Undecided
Racean Thomas RB 17 Auburn
Kain Daub ILB 55 Florida State
John Smith ATH 13 Undecided
Kalvaraz Bessent CB 77 Alabama
David Cornwell QB 65 Alabama
Casey Tucker OT 79 Undecided
Ross Pierschbacher    OT 58 Alabama
Christian Miller OLB 34 Alabama
Brandon Harris QB 80 LSU
Travis Rudolph WR 69 Undecided
Cameron Sims WR 100 Alabama
DeAndre Thompkins WR 209 Penn State
Jamarco Jones OT 60 Ohio State
Stephen Roberts CB 147 Auburn
Tyler Luatua TE 245 Notre Dame
Tre Williams ILB 33 Auburn
Derick Roberson DE 67 Texas
Rashaan Evans OLB 41 Undecided
Thomas Holley DT 89 Penn State
Dylan Sumner-Gardner S 83 Texas A&M
Garrett Brumfield OG 105 LSU
Jacob Pugh OLB 66 Florida State
Michael O'Connor QB 254 Penn State
Chris Godwin WR 179 Penn State
Jacory Washington TE 208 LSU
Dexter Wideman DT 158 Florida State
Joshua Casher OC 287 Alabama
JC Hassenhauer    OC 167 Alabama
Jermaine Roberts CB 368 Texas
O.J. Smith DT 412 Alabama
Tanner Farmer OG 407 Nebraska
Melvin Keihn OLB 415 Virginia Tech
Adam Centers K NR Undecided
Jake Hartbarger P 977 Michigan State
Wesley Horky LS 2195 Undecided

 

Team Nitro

Player Position 247 Composite Ranking College
Jabrill Peppers ATH 2 Michigan
Da'Shawn Hand DE 4 Alabama
Tony Brown CB 9 Undecided
Raekwon McMillan    ILB 20 Ohio State
Lorenzo Carter DE 14 Undecided
Keller Chryst QB 32 Stanford
Joseph Yearby RB 47 Miami
Dalvin Cook RB 12 Florida
Laurence Jones S 49 Alabama
Jamal Adams S 27 Undecided
Lamont Gaillard DT 88 Georgia
Malachi Dupre WR 16 Undecided
Ermon Lane WR 26 Florida
Arrion Springs CB 62 Oregon
Kc McDermott OT 35 Miami
Roderick Taylor OG 48 Ole Miss
Alex Bars OT 85 Notre Dame
Chad Thomas DE 38 Miami
J.C. Jackson WR 121 Florida
Bryan Mone DT 81 Michigan
Nick Watkins CB 138 Notre Dame
Andy Bauer OT 99 Missouri
Drake Harris WR 63 Michigan
Kevin Crosby TE 261 South Carolina
Corey Holmes WR 186 Notre Dame
Jeb Blazevich    TE 170 Georgia
Ronnie Clark OLB 73 Alabama
Justice Hansen QB 151 Oklahoma
Dillon Bates OLB 97 Tennessee
Edwin Freeman OLB 150 Undecided
Garrald McDowell DE 204 Ole Miss
Andrew Trumbetti DE 135 Notre Dame
Trevor Darling OT 95 Miami
Braden Smith OG 64 Undecided
Juwann Bushell-Beaty    OT 311 Michigan
Michael Ferns ILB 161 Michigan
Jesse Jackson WR 360 Mississippi State
Wilton Speight QB 358 Michigan
Jeff Jones RB 111 Minnesota
Dontavius Russell DT 145 Auburn
Quincy Wilson S 315 Florida
Jacob Bragg OC 776 Kansas
Braxton Berrios WR 391 Miami
Alec Eberle OC 451 Florida State
Morgan Mahalak QB 224 Oregon
Isaiah McKenzie WR 450 Undecided
Sam Mustipher OG 229 Notre Dame
Will Ulmer QB 436 Maryland
Jared Wangler S 808 Michigan
Aaron Medley K 1209 Tennessee
Gary Wunderlich K 1187 Ole Miss
Nick Reinhardt    LS NR Undecided

 

Uncommitted Players to Watch 

Speedy Noil

With one of the most appropriate names of any college prospect, Noil will be a fun player to watch for Team Highlight.

Noil boasts excellent speed, running a 4.40 40-yard dash, and his highlight video clearly shows how dangerous he can be on the outside.

He’ll be working against good competition in guys like Jabrill Peppers and Tony Brown, but he could still have a big game in this one.

The question that’s on everyone’s mind, however, is where Noil will commit. He’s deciding between the hometown LSU Tigers and Texas A&M Aggies. He’ll announce his decision at the game, according to Deathvalleyvoice.com.

“I made my decision about a week ago,” Noil told Geaux 247. “I looked into the schools a lot, and I talked to my mom and she said choose what’s best for me. I just made the decision on my own, and nobody knows yet, not even my mother or my family. I’ll tell her when she gets down here for my decision.”

No matter where he ends up committing, Noil will be electric in the Under Armour matchup.

 

Adoree’ Jackson

5-star cornerback from California, Jackson will have his hands full in this game, but he should still put on a show.

Receivers like Malachi Dupre and Ermon Lane will be tough to defend, but as his highlights show, he’s up to the test.

He’s currently considering a variety of schools, with the hometown USC Trojans and Florida Gators thought of as the leaders in the clubhouse for his services.

However, he hasn’t visited either school officially, meaning that things are still up in the air. Tennessee, Florida State and LSU are all in the hunt for him as well.

 

Leonard Fournette

It’s impossible to discuss the All-American game without mentioning the nation’s top recruit, via 247 Sports' composite rankings, in 5-star running back Fournette.

He may be facing some stiff competition on defense, but his blend of speed and power make it evident that he’ll have no trouble in keeping up with the other players.

Fournette also plans to announce his decision at the game according to NOLA.com’s James Smith. Alabama is pursuing him fiercely, but it will likely be the local Tigers who earn his services, as Smith explains.

LSU is in a heated battle with Alabama for Fournette's services. During a recent video interview at the NOLA.com studios, Fournette spoke of his desire to play linebacker in college, which only added to the intrigue because the Crimson Tide has spoken with him about that exact possibility. The need at the running back position is great for the Tigers, while Bama already has a full backfield.

LSU running backs coach and recruiting coordinator Frank Wilson has forged a strong bond with Fournette and his family. The Tigers have made their pitch about Fournette being the face of the program and immediate playing time en route to the NFL. It may take an act of Congress to pry Fournette from LSU's grasp.

He’ll be a treat to watch in this game and should give LSU or Alabama a very solid idea of what they’re getting.

With top-flight prospects like Fournette, Jackson and Noil, the game should be well worth watching.

The event has hosted plenty of NFL draft picks in its short history, and this year should be no exception.

 

Recruiting information via 247 Sports unless otherwise noted.

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