U.S. Army All-American selection helped lead team deep in the Missouri state playoffs by doing damage on both sides of the football. Had a quarterback sack, a hurry and a tackle for a loss in the Army game.
Notes: Was on his way to another amazing season after dominating this summer and the previous two seasons, but an injury has sidelined him for the rest of the season. Having him ranked here reflects Kennard's amazing potential.
Was the third-leading tackler for the West team in the Army Bowl. He also dominated in all-star game practices, capping off an amazing senior season that saw him lead his team to a CIF title and a state championship.
Debose is a Percy Harvin-type of player that should be a perfect fit in the Florida offense. He made an incredible touchdown catch with 33 seconds left in the state title game to help lead his team over Miami Northwestern.
Campbell was one of the more dominating players for the East squad in the Army practices on both sides of the ball. While he was recruited at defensive tackle, his play as an offensive tackle could potentially open up even more opportunities for greatness in the future.
Recorded 40 tackles, three interceptions, five tackles for loss and returned 11 kicks for 355 yards as a senior. Was one of the more dominating players in the Army Bowl, leading the East team with seven tackles and one interception.
Everyone knows Murray is a terrific and accurate passer. But he also showed toughness and courage after breaking his leg mid-way through the season. He came back to lead Tampa Plant to a state championship.
Appleton led his team to state final in 2007 with 59 receptions and 15 TDs. Then he helped his team win the state championship as a senior. He also has been clocked in the 200-meter dash in 21.3 seconds.
Bridgford captured the Glenn Davis Award at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The award goes to player from the West squad who best represents the Army's standards for athletics, education and community services.