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Army All-Combine Team: Defense

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SAN ANTONIO - Hundreds of potential college football prospects converged on the Alamodome last week for the U.S. Army National Combine, and many of those players impressed the team of analysts.
The combine coincided with Saturday's U.S. Army All-American Bowl which featured numerous players who worked out at the same event one year ago.
On the defensive side of the ball, several stars from the 2014 class managed to stand out, including Woodbridge (Va.) Woodbridge Senior DE Da'Shawn Hand and Washington (D.C.) Collegiate Friendship Academy ATH Jalen Tabor.
Here's a look at the U.S. Army All-Combine Defense: U.S. Army National All-Combine Team: Defense
First team: Da'Shawn Hand, 6-5/245, Woodbridge (Va.) Woodbridge Senior (2014); Jason Hatcher, 6-2/238, Louisville (Ky.) Trinity; Christopher Robinson, 6-2/250, Shreveport (La.) Woodlawn; Greg Webb, 6-2/290, Sicklerville (N.J.) Timber Creek
The defensive line group was led by Hand, a 2014 prospect who is a physical specimen who might not even understand how talented he is at this point. Robinson was a consensus pick among the analysts after an impressive showing during one-on-ones. Hatcher and Webb also made good impressions. A few second-team selections could have easily been on the first team, the group was deep and talented and a lot of players had a good showing.
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Second team: Dajaun Drennon, 6-4/227, Sicklerville (N.J.) Timber Creek; Greg Gilmore, 6-4/275, Hope Mills (N.C.) South View; Dee Liner, 6-4/255 Muscle Shoals, Ala.; Deadrin Senat, 6-1/311, Immokalee , Fla.
Honorable mention: Andrew Brown, 6-4/280, Chesapeake (Va.) Indian River (2014); Kenton Gibbs, 6-2/290, Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech; Cornelius Henderson, 6-4/270, Duncanville, Texas; Chikwe Obasih, 6-4/230, Brookfield (Wis.) Central; Cody Young-Brown, 6-2/260, Saratoga Springs (Utah) Westlake
First team: Josh Banderas, 6-2/215, Lincoln (Neb.) Lincoln Southwest; Buddy Brown, 6-2/205, Williamstown, N.J.; Dorian O'Daniel, 6-1/205, Olney (Md.) Good Counsel
Linebackers are always at a disadvantage during combines especially during the one-on-one segments because they have to deal with hard-charging running backs coming right at them in the open field. But Banderas, Brown and O'Daniel were able to make the best impressions, showing off their athleticism against those backs and making plays all over the place. All three stood out in their own way and O'Daniel definitely made a strong impression because of his ability to move in space.
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Second team: Shane Jones, 6-1/220, Cincinnati (Ohio) Moeller; Marcus Robinson, 6-3/215, Memphis (Tenn.) East; George Williams, 6-1/200, Hialeah, Fla.
Honorable mention: Ben Boulware, 6-1/225, Anderson (S.C.) T.L. Hanna; Larry Cage, 6-2/186, Zachary, La.; Cameron Judge, 6-2/200, Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian; Luke Maclean, 6-3/233, Grand Blanc, Mich.; AJ Moore, 6-2/200, Highland Springs, Va.; Roderick Moore, 6-1/215, Dallas (Texas) Skyline
First team: Mackensie Alexander, 5-11/175, Immokalee, Fla.; Noel Ellis, 5-11/170, New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr; Kendall Fuller, 6-0/185, Olney (Md.) Good Counsel; Laurence Jones, 6-2/200, Monroe (La.) Neville
Defensive back was one of the deepest groups at the combine and the first team is loaded with top Division I talent. Fuller, a five-star by, earned the combine MVP award and he was outstanding in one-on-one drills. Alexander was aggressive and talkative and really hounded receivers all day. Ellis is a standout and Jones could be one of the top defensive backs in the South in the 2014 class.
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Second team: Kirk Garner, 5-11/180, Olney (Md.) Good Counsel; Marcell Harris, 6-2/193, Groveland (Fla.) South Lake; Dashon Hunt, 5-10/175, Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake; Darrius Sims, 5-9/170, Memphis (Tenn.) Whitehaven
Honorable mention: Tre Bell, 5-11/170, Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's Prep; Eric Church, 5-9/170, Sicklerville (N.J.) Timber Creek; Kahlil Dawson, 5-11/160, Graham (Wash.) Graham-Kapowsin; Kennedy Frazier, 6-2/180, Towson (Md.) Calvert Hall; Nate Halverson, 5-11/173, Portland (Ore.) Grant; Desmond Lawrence, 6-0/175, Charlotte (N.C.) Christian; Keanu Neal, 6-0/204, Bushnell (Fla.) South Sumter; Brian Walker, 5-11/170, Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek
First team: Jalen Tabor, 6-1/168, Washington (D.C.) Collegiate Friendship Academy (2014); Jesus Wilson, 5-9/165, Miami (Fla.) Columbus
Wilson stood out at wide receiver and cornerback and looked comfortable at both positions. The Miami Columbus standout can get open on offense and did an outstanding job covering receivers during one-on-ones. Tabor is a star in the making for the 2014 class. The Washington, D.C., recruit already has an impressive offer list and could be one of the top overall prospects in the class.
Second team: Jermaine Antoine, 5-10/182, Loreauville, La.; Cameron Luper, 5-11/185, Auburn, Ala.