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Bertolet's second attempt is good. Red Team blows a big lead, but comes from behind to win 24-22. Surprising that they put it all in the kicker's hands (foot?), but Bertolet has quite a leg. That's all she wrote for the 2010 Under Armour All-America game. Check back Saturday when we'll have live coverage of the U.S. Army All-American Game.10:16 p.m.
Kick is BLOCKED! But there's some laundry on the field. Illegal blitz on the defense. Red Team will get another chance.10:14 p.m.
Taylor Bertolet will attempt a 28-yard field goal. White Team coach Mike Ditka will attempt to ice the kicker. NFL strategies in a high school All-American game.10:12 p.m.
Steve Mariucci continues to refer to Savon Huggins as "the running back." Also called Frazier "the quarterback." Surprised he doesn't know more names.10:10 p.m.
This time, Frazier chooses to air it out, hitting Eli Rogers for a 43-yard gain. Red Team is playing for a game-winning field goal attempt now.10:09 p.m.
Frazier needs to keep that ball tucked away. He might be able to get away with that in a regular high school game back in Arkansas, but not in an all-star game like this.10:07 p.m.
Max Wittek is the player of the game. An overall very impressive performance for the future Trojan. The Red Team still has some time.10:05 p.m.
Wow, Lady Momentum is now wearing white. Max Wittek finds Malcolm Mitchell for a 49-yard score with 1:47 left. After a failed two-point conversion, White Team now leads 22-21. An impressive, and quite frankly, surprising comeback.10:00 p.m.
Less than three minutes remaining, the White Team has a chance to win, but starting on its own 10-yard line.9:56 p.m.
The 2012 Under Armour All-Americans features MaxPreps Junior All-Americans
Mario Edwards and Kwon Alexander. The graphic had "Qwon", but they really meant this guy
Wittek to Landry once more, this time for a touchdown. The White Team is back in the mix, trailing only 21-16 with over five minutes remaining. Almost zero effort to block the extra-point attempt by the Red Team.9:47 p.m.
The White Team is driving once again, but it's likely too little, too late. Brandon Williams is rushing with purpose right now. 6:25 left, 21-9 Red Team.9:45 p.m.
Some nice camera time for Kevin McReynolds. This
Kevin McReynolds, not that
Kevin Reynolds, of New York Mets quasi-fame.9:38 p.m.
Quan Bray is Auburn-bound. "War Eagle baby! War Eagle baby!" That concludes the announcement portion of this broadcast (and the announcement portion of this blog.)9:36 p.m.
An Erique Florence interception thwarts that drive. Amazingly, although he's an Under Armour All-American, he was not even an all-state selection this season in Alabama's 5A. 9:34 p.m.
After a nice Bellamy run, White Team is threatening, have a third-and-goal situation. Could really use points.9:33 p.m.
Our team recruiting rankings will definitely see some changes after tonight. Here's the current Top 25
One name I haven't heard much tonight: MaxPreps All-American Lawrence Thomas. 9:27 p.m.
That does it for the third quarter. White Team is still struggling on offense. Score remains 21-9.9:20 p.m.
Oregon adds another weapon in Devon Blackmon, who announced for the Ducks. Chip Kelly's really starting to gain some recruiting momentum.9:16 p.m.
Speaking of breaking a play, Driskel puts his elusiveness on display, making a number of cuts en route to a 63-yard touch down. Red Team scores again, leads 21-9.9:15 p.m.
Savon Huggins continues to chip away. Eventually, he'll make a cut and just break one. Very patient runner. While popular thought has him committing to Rutgers, I think UNC and Notre Dame have a better shot.9:11 p.m.
Anthony Chickillo is quietly putting forth a really impressive performance. Gotta believe he'll stick with Miami, probably one of the first recruits Al Golden called.9:07 p.m.
Bradley Sylve strikes back! 92-yard touchdown return. No one was going to catch him. In addition to his football exploits, he's also a track star. Not sure there's a faster player in this game. 14-9, Red Team.9:03 p.m.
Karlos Williams with a HUGE play. Takes a tipped pass over 40 yards for the the pick-six. Early favorite for game MVP?8:59 p.m.
Clowney with another sack. He's truly on another level. Check out some of his highlights here
Third quarter begins. The White Team begins with the ball, trailing 7-3. Kendall Thompson, headed to Oklahoma, is behind center.8:53 p.m.
In the latest commitment, Robenson Therezie chooses Auburn. Really like how the production folks are keeping the commitments moving. No histrionics with the hats.8:45 p.m.
Greg Townsend Jr. is on his way to USC. Considered TCU, but it seems like distance was the deciding factor.8:41 p.m.
Fabolous is performing at halftime in front of an eclectic crowd of all ages. Seems like the energy left the field with the players, however.8:30 p.m.
Big drop by Devon Blackmon. Would've given the Red Team another score before the half. At least it was fun watching Driskel air it out. 7-3 Red Team at halftime. 8:25 p.m.
Jadeveon Clowney terrorizing Miller. Here's a Clowney flashback: He was a 2008 MaxPreps Sophomore All-American
, along with James Wilder, Christian Westerman, et al.8:20 p.m.
Marcus Roberson picks off a Brett Hundley pass that just sailed over A.C. Leonard's head. Roberson was named a U.S. Air Force All-American
earlier this week.8:18 p.m.
Despite his fumble, I like what Braxton Miller
has done. Jamal Turner just dropped a beautiful pass from him that would've been a first down. Miller shredded some really good defenses and took Wayne to the Division 1 state finals this season.8:12 p.m.
Marcus Jackson commits to Tennessee. Nice grab by the Vols.8:08 p.m.
TOUCHDOWN RED TEAM! Brett Hundley
connects deep with Devon Blackmon
for a 58-yard touchdown. Hundley is heading to UCLA. Blackmon may be going there as well. We'll find out later. 7-3 Red Team.8:06 p.m.
First turnover of the game. Marqise Lee
live forces a fumble and Anthony Chickillo
pounces on it. 8:02 p.m.
Doran Grant makes his pick
Kiehl Frazier now in at quarterback. He's been on our radar since after his freshman season
White Team stalls out on its drive, settles for a field goal to take a 3-0 lead. On that drive, Mike Bellamy
showed glimpses of his shiftiness. He's a real home-run threat. Clemson fans are excited to have him, but also fearful someone will poach him before National Signing Day.7:46 p.m.
Wittek is on fire, completing seven-straight passes. No one has been this comfortable facing Jadeveon Clowney since Justin Worley
in August.7:40 p.m.
0-0 after the first quarter. The White Team is starting to drive, as Wittek and Landry demonstrate some solid rapport.7:38 p.m.
He may not be an absolute burner, but Jarvis Landry has great hands and is an outstanding overall receiver.7:33 p.m.
Jabari Gorman is heading to Florida. No shock there. The surprise thus far is that there haven't been any hat game antics in the selection process. Well done, class of 2011.7:29 p.m.Karlos Williams
making his presence felt earlier with a big hit. Florida State fans are thrilled to have him.7:25 p.m.
Neither offense has been able to do much thus far. Interesting note: Vinnie Sunseri
and Max Wittek, who did battle last series, have both attended high school in different states. Sunseri was in North Carolina last year before moving to Alabama, while Wittek spent ninth grade in Connecticut before moving to California.7:14 p.m.
First commitment of the day: Xzavier Dickson to Alabama7:11 p.m.Desmond Jackson
gets to Max Wittek
. Jadeveon Clowney was also in pursuit. I simply cannot imagine being a 17-year old kid staring down the field with those two giants rushing after me. White Team is also three-and-out, punts it away.7:08 p.m.
Red Team goes three-and-out. May take a while for these offenses to get going. The defenses are pretty loaded.7:05 p.m.
Kickoff! The Red Team will start with the ball on their own 28-yard line after a return from Savon Huggins
We'll be blogging live throughout the 2010 Under Armour All-America Game, set to kickoff at 7 p.m. EST.
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