US Army All-American Bowl features nine commitment announcements

It was a packed day at the Alamodome in terms of commitments.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- One of the most action-packed US Army All-American Bowls in recent years will feature a whopping 11 announcements from high school prospects. [Update: Elisha Shaw and Matt Elam announced on Twitter that they will no longer be committing Saturday and will instead wait until National Signing Day.]

Here's the full list of players expected to make their decisions, updated with their announcements:

Joe Mixon, Freedom (Calif.) all-purpose back to Oklahoma

6'2 | 195 pounds | ***** | No. 1 all-purpose back | No. 18 player overall | No. 3 player in California

Mixon's decision could be the most dramatic of the day at the Army Bowl

Commentary: Mixon shot down rumors that he could pull out a Cal hat and will pick from his final three.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: UCLA

Marshon Lattimore, Glenville (Ohio) cornerback to Ohio State

6'0 | 180 pounds | **** | No. 5 cornerback | No. 36 player overall | No. 1 player in Ohio

Can Alabama upset Ohio State for Lattimore?

Commentary: Lattimore maintains that he has no favorite and listed multiple schools he has not yet visited officially -- Louisville, Oregon, and USC.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: Ohio State

Nyles Morgan, Crete (Ill.) Crete-Monee linebacker to Notre Dame

6'1 | 225 pounds | **** | No. 3 inside linebacker | No. 54 player overall | No. 2 player in Illinois

Can Vanderbilt or Ole Miss upset Notre Dame for Morgan?

Commentary: Morgan did his best to keep his decision a secret this week, as he has already chosen a school, but wants to maintain the suspense.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: Notre Dame

Frank Iheanacho, Houston (Texas) Westside wide receiver to Texas A&M

6'7 | 220 pounds | **** | No. 11 wide receiver | No. 86 player overall | No. 13 player in Texas

Iheanacho was a fast-rising prospect on the recruiting trail this fall

Commentary: The big wide receiver has a final five of Arkansas, LSU, Missouri, Oregon, and Texas A&M.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: Texas A&M

Bryce Dixon, Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure tight end to USC

6'4 | 220 pounds | **** | No. 2 tight end | No. 116 player overall | No. 10 player in California

Commentary: This is a Los Angeles-area battle between the Bruins and Trojans for Dixon's services.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: UCLA

Brian Wallace, St. Louis (Miss.) Christian Brothers College offensive tackle to Arkansas

6'6 | 305 pounds | **** | No. 13 offensive tackle | No. 118 player overall | No. 3 player in Missouri

Commentary: Wallace took official visits to Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, and Missouri during the fall.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: Alabama

Jamil Kamara, Virginia Beach (Va.) Bishop Sullivan Catholic wide receiver to Virginia

6'2 | 211 pounds | **** | No. 10 athlete | No. 125 player overall | No. 6 player in Virginia

Jamil Kamara to announce between three finalists at Army Bowl

Commentary: Kamara is interested in early playing time and can play early at all three of his finalists -- Pitt, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: Virginia

Erick Smith, Glenville (Ohio) safety to Ohio State

6'1 | 185 pounds | *** | No. 11 safety | No. 146 player overall | No. 4 player in Ohio

Commentary: Lattimore's high school teammate still has two official visits left. Will he take them even after making his commitment?

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: Ohio State

Matt Elam, Elizabethtown (Kent.) John Hardin

6'5 | 350 pounds | **** | No. 16 defensive tackle | No. 166 player overall | No. 2 player in Kentucky

Can recruiting work of Mark Stoops keep the big defensive tackle in Kentucky?

Commentary: Elam wasn't considering the Wildcats before Stoops arrived in Lexington, but knows that going to Alabama could allow him to compete on the biggest stages.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: Kentucky

Elisha Shaw, Tucker (Georgia) defensive tackle

6'5 | 295 pounds | **** | No. 19 defensive tackle | No. 216 player overall | No. 16 player in Georgia

Commentary: Shaw has a top five of Alabama, Georgia, Ole Miss, Florida State, and Auburn and does have a leader, but was unwilling to name that school at the Army Bowl.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: Georgia

Dwight Williams, Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra to UCLA

6'1 | 205 pounds | **** | No. 21 outside linebacker | No. 249 player overall | No. 27 player in California

CommentaryWilliams has already informed the school of his choice.

247Sports Crystal Ball prediction: Oklahoma

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