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Four-star TE Bryce Dixon commits to USC

The big, athletic tight end made his pledge at the 2014 US Army All-American Bowl.

Four-star LB Dwight Williams commits to UCLA

The choice of the Bruins was an upset over the heavily-favored Sooners.

Nation's top APB Joe Mixon commits to Oklahoma

Despite putting a Cal hat on the table unexpectedly, the five-star prospect from California is headed to Norman to play for Bob Stoops.

Nine blue-chips commit at Army Bowl

Find out which players made their decisions known on Saturday at the Alamodome.

4-star OT Brian Wallace commits to Arkansas

Wallace, who is 6'6 and 305 pounds, is one of the top offensive tackles in the 2014 class.

Can anyone upset Ohio State for 4* CB Lattimore?

Glenville (Ohio) cornerback Marshon Lattimore is ready to announce at the 2014 US Army All-American Bowl.

4-star WR Frank Iheanacho commits to Texas A&M

Iheanacho's commitment to the Aggies will be a big help beginning next season when they adjust to life without Johnny Manziel and Mike Evans.

Four-star LB Nyles Morgan commits to Notre Dame

One of the top linebackers in the country committed to the Fighting Irish at the US Army All-American Bowl.

4-star WR Jamil Kamara commits to Virginia

One of the nation's top wide receiver prospects gave his pledge to Virginia on Saturday. He should fit right in with the Cavaliers.

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