Army All-American Luke Wattenberg lets his play do the talking

Army All-American Luke Wattenberg lets his play do the talking

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Army All-American Luke Wattenberg lets his play do the talking

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Luke Wattenberg receives his honorary Army jersey from (left) Second Lieutenant Myeongeun Chong and Sergeant Jeffrey Bruining. (Photo: U.S. Army All-American Bowl)

Luke Wattenberg receives his honorary Army jersey from (left) Second Lieutenant Myeongeun Chong and Sergeant Jeffrey Bruining. (Photo: U.S. Army All-American Bowl)

Luke Wattenberg is not much for self-promotion or making grand pronouncements on social media.

But the tape tells the tale and that’s why Wattenberg accomplished one of his significant goals by being named to the U.S. Army All-American Game.

Wattenberg, a Washington commit, received his honorary jersey Tuesday when the Selection Tour presented by American Family Insurance came to JSerra Catholic in San Juan Capistrano, Calif.

His style might best be expressed by his Twitter bio: “Trench work is a dirty buisness.”

At 6-4 1/2 and 275 pounds, Wattenberg is ranked as the No. 11 guard and the No. 34 player in California, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.

 

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