More Notes from Under Armour, Army

The many experts at the practices of both the Under Armour All-American game and the U.S. Army Bowl had some observations about some of the UCLA prospects participating, particularly quarterback Brett Hundley...

Quarterback: Brett Hundley. It hasn't been a strong week for the quarterbacks in Orlando, but Brett Hundley was my choice for the top guy. He was impressive the first two days and stole the spotlight from a few of the higher rated players in the game. He has a strong arm and good size. He was more comfortable throwing the ball in the pocket and demonstrated the ability to roll outside and make the throw. -- Andrew Bone

Stefan McClure, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound cornerback from Vista High in Calif., had the tough task of being matched up with some of the most talented wide receivers in the country and he did a great job of containing them. His battles against George Framer were epic. Sometimes he won and sometimes he lost, but there was not really a question about his skill sets. Fellow Californian DeAnthony Thomas may have the most skills and the brighter future of the two players, but on this day McClure gets the nod. -- Greg Powers, listing McClure among the best on the west's defense.

Any of the Red quarterbacks, Brett Hundley (6-2/200) of Chandler, Ariz., Kiehl Frazier (6-3/215) of Greenland, Ark., and Jeff Driskel (6-4/225) of Oviedo, Fla. has looked better through the week than their White team counterparts, including Braxton Miller (6-2/190) of Huber Heights, Ohio, Kendal Thompson (6-2/175) of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Max Wittek (6-3/200) of Newport Beach, Calif. -- Scott Kennedy

There is a similar style with each of the Red team quarterbacks in that each of them can make any throw on the field and make a play running the ball. The interchangeable parts at quarterback have led to a much more cohesive practices for Red than one is used to seeing at an All-Star practice. All three quarterbacks, Driskel, Frazier, and Hundley have shown why they are so highly ranked. Three QB's ranked in the Top 5 on Scout. -- Scott Kennedy

The interior defensive line had a good day against the offense. Christian Heyward (6'3/275) of Santee, Calif. used his quickness to win several rounds of one on ones. -- Kennedy

Brett Hundley won the quarterback skills challenge Tuesday, beating out the other elite quarterbacks. He threw nine footballs at targets moving from left to right, three from 10 yards, three from 20 yards and three or 30 yards. He then had to throw one ball as far as he could. He was easily the most accurate among the quarterbacks on the first nine balls, and then threw the last ball 58 yards. That combined to easily out-score the other quarterbacks, with USC-commit Max Wittek taking second.

**The ESPN Under Armour All-American game is Wednesday at 4:00 PST, on ESPN.

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