It was quite a week for St. Bonaventure's Lorenzo Booker.
The Ventura, Calif. running back spent the week in San Antonio for the second annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl that was played on Saturday.
Booker was also awarded the Ken Hall Player of the Year Trophy on Friday night.
"My heart has never beat as fast as it was tonight," Booker said on Friday. "When they were opening the envelope, it felt like I was winning the Heisman Trophy."
The 5-foot-11, 178-pound Booker rushed for 66 yards and two touchdowns for his West squad in a 26-6 victory over the East to lead all West running backs. In the press box, he was drawing some comparisons to a young Warrick Dunn.
"I thought it was a tough game, but it's a good one to show your stuff. It's great to play against so many great players in something like this," Booker said.
"Me and James (Bonelli, a high school teammate) were just out here representing St. Bonaventure."
Booker, it seems, has always represented his team well.
He rushed for 2,878 yards and 42 touchdowns this season.
Booker recently scheduled an official visit to Notre Dame, where Bonelli has already committed.
But he says USC and Washington are the current front-runners for his services.
"I like the West Coast and the offenses," he said.
Booker has already visited Washington and Florida State. He is scheduled to visit USC and Notre Dame in January.