USAAAB Fab Five

SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- The Tenth Anniversary of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl has come and gone the West came away with a 30-14 win. Scout.com brings you the Fab Five players from the game.

USAAAB Fab Five Players
Ronald Powell – Defensive End – 6-4/230 - Rancho Verde (Cal.) – West
Analysis: Powell caught a touchdown pass after only seeing two reps at fullback this week and he never touched the ball. Powell owned the East offensive and they had no answer for him. Powell recorded five unassisted tackles and one sack. He also recovered a fumble on a blocked PAT and he ran it back 100-yards for two points. Powell's efforts earned him the MVP honors.

Recruiting: Powell committed to Florida during the game.

Cole Marcoux - 6-5/234 - The Fieldston School (N.Y.) - East
Analysis: Marcoux was awarded an opportunity to play in the game by Sportslink for winning the television show "The Ride", but he earned his spot this week. Marcoux stunned everyone with his performance in the game going five of eight for 99 yards and two scores. He basically outplayed every quarterback in this game..

Recruiting: Marcoux is committed to Dartmouth

Sharrif Floyd - 6-2/315 - George Washington (Pa.) - East

Analysis: Floyd dominated the competition all week long and he continued that trend during the game. Floyd received a constant double team, but he still managed to record two tackles and two sacks. On the second sack, Floyd got up and did a "Gator Chomp" for the crowd.

Recruiting: Floyd committed to Florida during the game.

Reggie Wilson - 6-4/240 - Haltom (Texas) - West
Analysis: Wilson like his linemate Powell was a disruptive force in the East offensive backfield. Wilson recorded six tackles, one sack and a tackle for loss. The future Longhorn performed well all week long and showed that he is one of the best in the nation.


Recruiting: Wilson is committed to Texas.

Cecil Whiteside - 6-3/224 - Newport Harbor (Cal.) - West
Analysis: Whiteside recorded five tackles, including one for a loss. It wasn't necessarily the number of tackles that Whiteside recorded it was the manner in which he was making them. White had three devastating hits. One such hit was laid on Spencer Ware and we could see his head snap back from the press box..

Recruiting: Whiteside is committed to California.


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