UM commit wins co-MVP of US Army AA Game

The annual U.S. Army All-American Game took place this afternoon in San Antonio. Top players from all over the country came together and five-star University of Miami running back commitment Bryce Brown who took home co-MVP honors.

Bryce Brown made a very early commitment to the University of Miami last spring and has remained committed to the Hurricanes ever since. Listed as a soft commitment because of visits he's since taken to Oregon, Missouri, and Clemson, Brown was a standout performer all week at the US Army All-American practices.

The game took place on Saturday afternoon and Brown showed everyone why many people consider him to be the nation's number one overall player.

Brown was named co-MVP of the game along with quarterback Tajh Boyd. He carried the ball six times for 44 yards and had two receptions for 101 yards and two scores.

Brown,'s No. 1-rated running back prospect, plans to take his official visit to Miami in January. While the announcers at the game claimed Brown hasn't "declared" his college commitment yet, he has -- and did almost a year ago.

Brown's brother, Arthur, is a freshman linebacker at Miami and will have a good chance of winning a starting spot next season.

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