2017 Under Armour All-America Game: Schools With Most Commits

Here is a look at the schools with the most committed players participating in the 2017 Under Armour All-America Game. 

As the 2017 Under Armour All-America Game draws closer, the recruiting dead period does the same.

Luckily enough for some head coaches, a lot of the heavy lifting on the recruiting trail has already been done.

While there are some blue-chip prospects playing in the game that have yet to make up their minds on where they’ll college football, the majority of the rosters are in fact committed.

Here is a look at the teams with the most players committed in the Under Armour game.

Alabama – 8

5-star OLB Dylan Moses, 5-star OT, Alex Leatherwood, 4-star WR Jerry Jeudy, 4-star ILB Markail Benton, 4-star DT Akial Byers, 4-star S Daniel Wright, 4-star OT Jedrick Wills and 4-star OLB Chris Allen

LSU – 8

4-star OT Austin Deculus, 4-star DT Tyler Shelvin, 4-star CB Kary Vincent Jr., 4-star ATH JaCoby Stevens, 4-star QB Lowell Narcisse, 4-star QB Myles Brennan, 4-star S Grant Delpit and 4-star OG Edward Ingram

Michigan – 6

4-star C Cesar Ruiz, 4-star S Jaylen Kelly-Powell, 4-star OLB Drew Singleton, 4-star DE Luiji Vilain, 4-star OT Kai-Leon Herbert and 3-star DE Kwity Paye

Texas A&M – 6

5-star ILB Anthony Hines, 4-star QB Kellen Mond, 4-star WR Jhamon Ausbon, 4-star WR Camron Buckley, 4-star WR Hezekiah Jones and 3-star DE Tyree Johnson

Notre Dame – 5

4-star OT Robert Hainsey, 4-star ILB David Adams, 4-star TE Brock Wright, 4-Star ATH Paulson Adebo and 4-star QB Avery Davis

Auburn – 4

5-star OT Calvin Ashley, 4-star OT Austin Troxell, 3-star OLB Chandler Wooten and 2-star K Anders Carlson

Clemson – 4

4-star WR Tee Higgins, 4-star WR Amari Rodgers, 4-star OG Matt Bockhorst and 4-star S A.J. Terrell

Florida State – 4

5-star CB Stanford Samuels III, 4-star S Cyrus Fagan, 4-star RB Khalan Laborn and 4-star DE Joshua Kaindoh

Oklahoma – 4

4-star CB Justin Broiles, 4-star OG Tyrese Robinson, 4-star TE Grant Calcaterra and 4-star CB Tre Brown

Colorado – 3

3-star C Xavier Newman, 3-star OLB Jon Van Diest and 3-star OG Grant Polley

Georgia – 3

4-star DE Robert Beal, 4-star OT Isaiah Wilson and 4-star CB William Poole III

Miami (Fla.) – 3

4-star DE D.J. Johnson, 3-star RB Robert Burns and 3-star P Zach Feagles

Ohio State – 3

5-star WR Trevon Grimes (injured), 4-star S Isaiah Pryor and 4-star CB Marcus Williamson

Penn State – 3

5-star CB Lamont Wade, 4-star OG C.J. Thorpe and 4-star QB Sean Clifford

Duke – 2

3-star TE Jake Marwede and 3-star C Will Taylor

Louisville – 2

4-star S C.J. Avery and 4-star ATH Russ Yeast II

Oregon – 2

4-star CB Jaylon Redd and 4-star CB Thomas Graham Jr.

Pitt – 2

4-star RB Todd Sibley and 4-star S Paris Ford

Tennessee – 2

5-star OT Trey Smith and 4-star S Maleik Gray

Arizona State – 1 

4-star QB Ryan Kelley

Florida – 1

4-star WR Daquon Green

Maryland – 1 

4-Star QB Kasim Hill

North Carolina – 1 

4-star OG Jonah Melton

Oklahoma State – 1

4-star WR Tylan Wallace

Ole Miss – 1

4-star WR D.D. Bowie

South Carolina – 1 

4-star ATH Jamyest Williams

Syracuse – 1 

3-star QB Tommy Devito

TCU – 1

4-star WR Jalen Reagor

Texas – 1

4-star RB Toneil Carter Jr.

Texas Tech – 1

4-star C Jack Anderson

UCLA – 1 

4-star DT Greg Rogers

USC – 1

4-star OT Alijah Vera-Tucker

Virginia – 1

Unranked K Brian Delaney

Wisconsin – 1

2-star LS Adam Bay

Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

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