The West rolled out to a 19-0 lead at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio Saturday afternoon and never looked back, compiling a 37-9 win in the game featuring some of the best high school football players in the nation.
Several U-M and MSU commits saw action in the game:
Detroit King’s Donnie Corley, who committed to MSU during the game, had the game’s longest catch – 39 yards. Fellow MSU commit Cam Chambers led the East with five catches, totaling 36 yards.
Dylan Crawford, who committed to U-M during the game, had three catches for the West, totaling 30 yards. Fellow U-M commit Brandon Peters completed only four of 16 passes for the West.
Also participating in the game were MSU commits Brandon Randle, Josh King and Demetric Vance, and U-M commits Jordan Elliott and Michael Onwenu. And Plymouth’s Michael Jordan (Ohio State), Ann Arbor Skyline’s Daelin Hayes (Notre Dame) and Detroit King’s Lavert Hill (undecided) were also on the rosters.