Linebacker Camilo Eifler pays respect to uncles in Army All-American Game

Linebacker Camilo Eifler pays respect to uncles in Army All-American Game

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Linebacker Camilo Eifler pays respect to uncles in Army All-American Game

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Camilo Eifler receives his Army All-American jersey from (from left): Mr. Joe Margolies, Sergeant First Class Kevin Albers, Sergeant First Class Jonathan Reed and Staff Sergeant Eric Scott (Photo: U.S. Army All-American Game)

Camilo Eifler receives his Army All-American jersey from (from left): Mr. Joe Margolies, Sergeant First Class Kevin Albers, Sergeant First Class Jonathan Reed and Staff Sergeant Eric Scott (Photo: U.S. Army All-American Game)

Camilo Eifler will page homage to uncles who serve in the Navy and Air Force, respectively,  when he plays in the U.S. Army All-American Game on Jan. 9 in San Antonio.

Eifler is a four-star outside linebacker from Bishop O’Dowd in Oakland and becomes the first Army All-American in school history.

“It’s an honor to play for the men and women who serve this country,” he said Wednesday when the Selection Tour presented by American Family Insurance came to his school. (You can see video of the ceremony below.)

RELATED: More from the Selection Tour

He committed to Washington during The Opening last summer and is ranked as the No. 12 outside linebacker in the nation, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.

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