The future of college football will be on display this week at the Under Armour All-America Game in Florida Thursday night. While a good majority of the players set to take the field are already committed, there are a handful of recruits set to announce their college decisions on Thursday. Kickoff for the game is scheduled for 4 p.m. ET. ESPN will televise all of the action from Florida.
Here are the complete rosters for both teams:
There are quite a few recruits to keep an eye on this week. Arguably the No. 1 player in the nation, Leonard Fournette, is expected to announce his final decision on Thursday. Most figure he is headed to LSU, though Alabama and Texas are also considered to be in the mix.
Tony Brown, another five-star prospect, will make his decision at the game. Most feel he is also headed to LSU, though Alabama and Ohio State could still be in it. Jalen Tabor, a five-star cornerback out of the Washington D.C. area, is also expected to commit to either Alabama or Arizona this week.
As for the standouts in practice so far, here is part of SB Nation's report:
Five-star Speedy Noil, of New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr, stood out as one of the top players with his speed and ability to make sharp cuts and leave defenders grasping. Travis Rudolph, of Palm Beach (Fla.) Cardinal Newman, was his usual smooth and sure-handed self, and made some nice catches against the excellent defensive backs on hand. Noil and Rudolph are uncommitted. Alabama commitment Cameron Sims, of Louisiana, impressed me a lot and was the surprise of the day. Sims is not a fast player, but he has excellent size and length, and huge hands. And he was an extremely natural ball catcher, never letting the ball get into his chest.
The defensive backs were equally good. Auburn commitment Stephen Roberts, of Opelika (Ala.) High School, who some believe will be a cornerback, showed great range at safety and could play early in college. And five-star cornerbacks Adoree' Jackson, (California, uncommitted), Marlon Humphrey (Alabama, uncommitted) and Jalen Tabor (Washington D.C., uncommitted) were impressive as well. Jackson has exceptional change of direction and speed, Humphrey is the best high school cornerback in the country with a blend of speed and physicality, and Tabor has exceptional strength for a corner, presenting a physical challenge to the receivers all day.