The Under Armour All-America Game is one of the most unique settings in high school football. The best players from around the country all converge to compete against each other in a week of practice before playing in a game that pits future college teammates and rivals against one another inside the Citrus Bowl.
During the practices, Hall of Fame players like Deion Sanders and former NFL coaches like Steve Mariucci and Herm Edwards bark instruction to the players and act like mentors to the high school All-Americans who will soon head to the most prestigious colleges in the NCAA.
Chad Simmons was there to document everything that happened during the practice week and watched as two Tennessee commitments and one major target all convened at Disney's Wide World of Sports. Click the video above to see what Simmons saw from Tennessee commits quarterback Jarrett Guarantano and Marquill Osborne, along with Scout four-star offensive lineman and Vol prospect Landon Dickerson.