SAN ANTONIO, Texas. - Who was the best of the best Wednesday, during the second day of practices at the U.S. Army All-America Bowl? Find out right here.
USAAAB West Fab Five - Day Two
– Wide Receiver – 6-5/205 - Proviso West (Mdi.) – East
We're starting to sound like a broken record or Kyle Prater's PR firm, but what can you do? This kid continues to amaze us with his skills. Prater has size, speed, hands and he does everything perfect. We have yet to see anyone that could match-up with him and beat him more than once a practice. Prater is becoming a legend here and is quickly becoming quite possibly the best receiver we have seen in our five years of being involved with this game.
Recruiting: Committed to USC.
Green is really impressing me more and more with every rep he takes. He beat Christian Bryant
badly in the scrimmage and Bryant has been the best cover corner on the East team. Green will make the transition from quarterback to receiver easily in college. Green will make a big play somehow in the game on Saturday.
Recruiting: Green is considering Florida, Florida State, Georgia, and South Florida.
Willis really didn't stand out at all during the first two practices of the week, but he more than made up for that during the East intra-squad scrimmage on Wednesday. Willis was stuffing the run and getting after the quarterback off the edge. Willis had several key tackles and a big sack.
Recruiting: Willis is considering California, Miami, North Carolina, Tennessee and UCLA.
Mike Hull brings his lunch bucket to work every day and pounds it out. It honestly seems like anytime there is a running play Hull is making the tackle. During drills before the scrimmage there was a noticeable difference in the speed and quickness of Hull in comparison to the rest of the East linebackers.
Recruiting: Hull is committed to Penn State.
None of the East offensive linemen have really stood out this week. Crisp has looked the best out of all of them. Crisp is a giant and is athletic. During the scrimmage, Crisp had his best performance. On one play in particular Crisp pulled on a screen and was 20-yards down field and looked very good doing it. The only area of improvement that I see with Crisp is that he needs to develop his lower body, which will come in time. He has a very similar build to former Virginia
offensive tackle Eugene Monroe
Recruiting: Crisp is committed to North Carolina State.