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Alquadin Muhammad of Don Bosco Prep announced Saturday that he will attend the University of Miami.

Today was an especially big day for James Quick, a senior wide receiver from Trinity (Louisville, Ky.).

Quick was one of six players to announce his college selection — in his case hometown University of Louisville — and was also named the game's Most Valuable Player.

He caught a 34-yard touchdown pass from Jeremy Johnson of Carver (Montgomery, Ala.) on fourth-and-16 with less than three minutes to play to help the East beat the West 15-8 during the 13th annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl at the Alamodome in San Antonio. Quick finished with three catches for 71 yards.

Others who announced their college choices during the NBC-televised contest included:

Tyler Boyd, a running back from Clairton (Pa.), who chose the University of Pittsburgh.

Joe Mathis, a defensive end from Upland (Calif.), who selected the University of Washington.

Mike Mitchell, a linebacker from Prestonwood Christian (Plano, Texas), who picked Ohio State.

Alquadin Muhammad, a defensive end from Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.), who chose the University of Miami.

Tony Stevens, a wide receiver from Evans (Orlando, Fla.), who said he will attend Texas A&M.

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