#DreamFearlessly Fan Vote winners announced, set for Under Armour All-America Game


The fans have spoken and the Under Armour All-America Game has added its final two players thanks to the results of the #DreamFearlessly Fan Vote.

Grant Polley from Denton (Texas) and Kwity Paye from Bishop Hendricken (Warwick, R.I.) survived four rounds of voting and outlasted the field of 32 to earn their spots in the Jan. 1 showcase in Orlando.

Polley, a Colorado commit,  is a 6-4, 270-pound offensive tackle and was the West winner. He beat Oregon State commit Brock Wellsfry, a 6-6, 293-pound offensive tackle from Hanford (North Richland, Wash.) in the final on his side of the bracket. Polley received 54.46% of the vote.

Ranked as the No. 1 recruit in Rhode Island, Paye is a 6-4, 226-pound defensive end who is committed to Michigan and the East winner. He beat Kevin Jarvis, a Michigan State commit who is a 6-5, 340-pound offensive tackle/guard from Maine South (Park Ridge, Ill.). Paye received 65.53% of the vote.

The two final rounds votes totaled 266,053 votes with 1,177,750 casts over the five weeks of the contest.

Polley and Paye are scheduled to receive their honorary jerseys this week during events on the Selection Tour presented by American Family Insurance at their schools.

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