USAAAB Top Five Offense

SAN ANTONIO, TX. -- breaks down the top five offensive players from Thursday's practice session. breaks down the top offensive performers at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl practices on Thursday. Today was the last hard practice sessions before Saturday's game on NBC.

Bob Lichtenfels: (Charlotte/N.C./Mallard Creek) five-star tackle D.J. Humphries has been the most consistent lineman on either team this week. He is the best tackle I have seen this season. He is a little light, but he will fill out. He is long and lean, nice wing span and people struggle to get by him. His footwork is outstanding and he is relentless.

Bob Lichtenfels: (Olney/Md./Good Counsel) five-star wide receiver Stefon Diggs continues to make play after play for the East the offense and special teams. He is incredible in the open field and seems to catch everything thrown in his direction. He has a swagger about him, some see it as cocky, but he is just very sure of himself..

Bob Lichtenfels: Cleveland (Tenn.) four-star quarterback Chad Voytik looked very comfortable today leading the East offense. He is a fierce competitor and really seems to be the consummate team player and leader. You could see the East offense seemed to rally around him. Voytik is very accurate and throws a nice tight spiral all the time. He is deceptively athletic and can make things happen on the move.

Brandon Huffman: Spring (Texas) Dekaney five-star running back Trey Williams again showed that quick burst and the explosiveness that he has shown all week long. If there is a knock on him it would be that he is too willing to give up his body and absorbs hits from defenders. He'll return kicks on Saturday and we expect something big from him on Saturday.

Brandon Huffman: Carlsbad (Cal.) La Costa Canyon four-star tackle Eric Magnuson has been one of the most consistent linemen for the West all week and due to the lack of depth he has played guard as well. The linemen were messing around at the end of practice and he even threw a touchdown pass to Mike Matthews.
Lichtenfels is in his 8th year with and has developed into one of the most respected scouts in the business.
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