Rivals.com – All-American Bowl: Position-by-position MVPs

San Antonio After a week of intense competition, joint practices, and fitting, some of the nation’s best players and the next wave of college football stars took to the field at the Alamodome on Saturday.

National Recruitment Analyst opponents Toxic Spiegelmann He was on hand for all of the action during the week and game day at the All-American Bowl–a 34-14 victory for the West. Here are the best player awards for Saturday’s game.

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rear quarter

Kid Clubnik

Kid Klopnik is a player. Clemson’s signature marked the beginning for West and continued his winning streak as a high school start. Kloppnik demonstrated his mobility and ability to extend play in the first quarter with a superb throw to his right that led to the first points of the match. Klopnick made big plays when he needed them most, including deep balls to Kyion Graves (Ohio State) and a perfect execution of a screen pass to Rayshon Luke (Arizona), which went for six.

Klopnik created quite a few starting games with awareness of the game on an offside penalty, which led to another long reception for CJ Williams (USC). Later in the series, he dodged a strong rush in the eastern lane by moving right and dropping to the wide open Landon Samson (South Carolina). Klopnik scored three points and was in a very balanced and efficient position throughout Saturday’s game.

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running back

Rayshon Lock

Rayshon Lock

Rayshon Luke celebrated his commitment day in style – and scored in a pair of touchdowns while also revealing his pledge to Arizona in between. The skilled, all-purpose electrician was at the receiving end of West’s second drive to score, taking a determined back pass home with the help of a large space block from Hunter Erb (Texas A&M) offensive tackle.

After declaring his destination Pac-12, Luke delivered 46 yards in a cloud of dust for a second landing. It’s a dynamic weapon for right the fish To connect the attack and special squads.

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wide future

CJ Williams

CJ Williams

Like Luke, CJ Williams was not only the game’s top recipient but also celebrated the All-American Bowl by revealing his kidney. The USC-related passing striker came with the highlight of the game early on as he grabbed the circus with one foot at the back of the end zone.

Klopnik was looking in Williams’ direction throughout the match. He also played jumping ball in the third quarter. Greaves, Barrion Brown (Kentucky) and Isaiah Bond (Alabama) made big plays, but Williams’ big play potential all week came into prominence on game day.

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offensive line

Ernest Green

Ernest Green

Rivals100 offensive guard Earnest Greene was one of many offensive linemen to have done well in San Antonio, especially given the tremendous talent on both the eastern and western defensive fronts. Greene, who committed to Georgia over Alabama during the All-American Bowl, was hit by a sack early in the contest before bouncing back with star protections from Klubnik and Devin Brown (Ohio State) along with some tough fights against the elite men.

Greene is massive in size and powerful enough to keep defenders off the ball. Most importantly, it is very powerful in passes and can create lanes for running. It’s the newest hunk up front for Georgia with the upside down on the inside and maybe even the outside.

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line of defense

Danny Dennis Sutton

Danny Dennis Sutton

The All-American Bowl roster is highlighted by a surplus of elite defensive talent. On Saturday, five-star-ranked Danny Dennis-Sutton was far from the brink for the East.

The Pennsylvania spot scored a sack in the second quarter and then made a devastating bang on the firing of quarterback Justin Martin, which led to Devin Moore’s interception. Dennis-Sutton generates an impressive edge-to-pass dash and the combination of length and blast is problematic for opposition offensive coordinators to plan their encounter.

Nick Caraway (Purdue), Caden Curry (Ohio State), DJ Weisolak (Missouri) and Marvin Jones (Georgia) were also in mind for the best player.

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line backer

Lander Barton

Lander Barton

Utah’s signature Lander Barton was a level two playmaker, stuffing racing and touring to deliver plays from the sideline to the west sideline. The four-star player utilized a strong defensive line to mobilize runs and deliver pop hits.

He has an excellent linebacker pool and can run with some of the fastest linebackers in the game. Barton would be well suited to defending champion Pac-12 Utah.

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defensive back

Kiron Chambers

Kiron Chambers

Texas-born Kieron Chambers was a late addition to the All-American Bowl, but by Saturday, TCU’s signature and last state champion from Dallas’ South Oak Cliff found his groove. Chambers collected an objection to close the game in the final quarter of the All-American Bowl on Saturday, and he returned to 11. In the end, he translated his pick into a field goal for Ethan Mozolsky, securing a 34-14 victory for the West.

Chambers has the size and is a loyal force against running and had a chance to showcase his skills deep into coverage in this setting.

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