Cedric Ogbuehi- An Army All-American

All American. There is no term quite like it for an athlete, it symbolizes the best of the best and is often times regarded as the ultimate reward. Allen (TX) offensive tackle and Texas A&M commit Cedric Ogbuehi is an All American.

All American. There is no term quite like it for an athlete, it symbolizes the best of the best and is often times regarded as the ultimate reward. Allen (TX) offensive tackle and Texas A&M commit Cedric Ogbuehi is an All American.

During the spring the monster athlete received many the phone call: interest calls, camp invites, even several offers. However none was quite like the one he received from the Army All American Bowl selection committee, informing him that he had been selected to play in the 2010 game, "I'm honored to play in it, its great and its going to be a lot of fun. I don't feel I have a lot to prove in this game, just being selected is such a great honor, but I'm going to go out there and work hard and do what I do."

Ogbuehi made an early April commitment to Texas A&M and says he plans to contribute as early as possible "I am 6-foot-5, 260 pounds right now. I was about 270 in the offseason and am planning on getting bigger and stronger this offseason." Ogbuehi has certainly been groomed during his senior year facing great defenders such as five star Jackson Jeffcoat, junior Nathan Broussard, and this week will face the Southlake Carroll pass rushing duo of Texas Tech commit Jackson Richards and Tulsa commit Mitchell Osbourne.

Ogbuehi joins Texas A&M commits Nate Askew and Jake Matthews in the Army All American Bowl, January 3rd at 1 pm in the Alamodome.

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