USAAAB Combine: Quick Notes-Part 1

Here is a quick look at a few of the top juniors who were present for the US Army All American Combine in San Antonio. made the rounds and complied a few notes on a number of players who are being recruited from a several of the nation's top programs.Baltimore (MD) Good Counsel, wide receiver Stefon Diggs

In the first group, there was more than enough talent to circulate throughout the country. Here is a quick look at players from the Midlands, South and East regions.

Got the Early USAAA Invite
Many times, this event can be used as soft audition for the upcoming US Army All-American Bowl. From Baltimore (MD) Good Counsel, wide receiver Stefon Diggs has already received an early invite according to assistant coach B. Evans. As for offers, Evans said that the 6-foot, 175-pound Diggs has offers from Miami, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Florida and Virginia

Big Man with Big Offers
Archbishop Wood High (PA) has a player who has seen plenty of action in recruiting: offensive lineman Frank Taylor Jr. His father of the same name said that Rutgers, Pittsburgh and Boston College are some of his offers. Frank Sr. said that Penn State, USC and Tennessee are giving his 6-foot-4, 275-pound son a hard look as well.

Dual Threat with single offer
Out of Lincoln Southwest (NE), quarterback Tay Bender was on the scene here in San Antonio. Father, Jeremy stated that his 6-foot-3, 198-pound son has been offered by Tulane. Bender was a 1,000-yard rusher and passer respectively. Aside from the Green Wave offer, Nebraska, Texas Tech, Kansas, Rutgers and LSU are a just some of the programs Jeremy said were in pursuit of Tay.

ATL OL to be Offered Soon?
The Marist School in Atlanta has an offensive lineman who could be close to receiving an offer. After a full of unofficial visits, things seem to be on the up and up for offensive lineman Nick Brigham. And according to the family, the interest has been steadily increasing. This past year, the 6-foot-3, 270-pound Brigham took in game day action at Duke, Boston College, Connecticut and Florida. In addition to this, Auburn, Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech have also been showing interest.

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