USAAAB: Six Selected for 2014

Edward Paris

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — On Saturday, during the broadcast of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl six players were selected to play in the 2014 contest.


RB Sony Michel (5'11, 195) – Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage School

Already rated as the No. 2 running back in the country for the Class of 2014 this stud has already secured offers from schools like Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Miami (FL) and Notre Dame. He has nice blend of size and speed. He will bounce off of tackles and take it to the house.

S Brandon Simmons (6'1, 180) – Mansfield (Texas) Timberview High

A terrorizing 4-star safety prospect from the Dallas metro. He is another prospect that has offers from a who's who. School from coast-to-coast have come knocking on his door. West Virginia, Stanford, Baylor, Ohio State, Michigan and Oklahoma are a few of his top options thus far. He is a safety who will come up and lay a blow, but also has great coverage skills.

CB Edward Paris (6'1, 190) Mansfield (Texas) Timberview High

Teaming up with Simmons in high school gives Timberview one of the most vaunted secondaries in the country. Paris is big-bodied corner who is already rated amongst the nation's elite as the No. 4 cornerback in the country for the '14 class. He has offers from schools like LSU, Texas A&M, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Texas amongst others.


LB Dillon Bates (6'3, 220) – Ponte Verda (Fla.) High

The son of the legendary Bill Bates, who spent his entire player career playing for the Dallas Cowboys. Bates is an instinctual linebacker, who starred at the Army Combine that was held on Saturday. He had an interception in the one-on-one drills showed the ability to cover in a tough situation. He is current;y unreated, but has an offer list as long as any player in the country.

CB Jalen Tabor (6'1, 175) – Washington (DC) Edison-Friendhsip Public Charter School


Tabor will give the East coast squad a corner with size and the ability to lock down a team's top receiver. He is rated as the nation's No. 6 corner and 4-star recruit. He admitted the Army Combine that he is down to a final three of Alabama, Notre Dame and Florida. He is long, with fluid hips and is not afraid to be physical in his coverage.


WR Josh Malone (6'2, 190) – Gallatin (Tenn.) Station Camp High


Rated as the No. 22 wide receiver in the country, the Tennesseeian is a rangy wide receiver prospect that already has the offers pouring in. Baylor, Michigan, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Nebraska, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Washington State have offered. He is a rangy prospect that has long arms and glides across the field.

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