SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The practices are over, the game is complete and the television cameras are now long gone. But after a week worth of hard work, countless hours of practice and an exciting big-play filled game in Alamodome, it’s time to reflect back at who looked the best at the U.S. Army All-American Game.
Rivals100.com editor Jeremy Crabtree and former Texas A&M assistant coach Alan Weddell now give you a look at the top players at each positions in their opinions.
These evaluations and rankings are based upon not only last Saturday’s game, but also what was seen all throughout the week of practice.
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