The Under Armor High School All American Game was today, and of much more interest than the proceedings themselves are the new commitments that come out of it. It was a day that for the SEC, the rich got richer.
League champion Alabama picked up CB John Fulton (4* Rivals / 4* Scout) out of Manning, South Carolina. He picked the Tide over a wide variety of southeastern schools. He's listed as either the #4 (Rivals) or the #5 (Scout) cornerback prospect in 2010.
SEC East champ and big Sugar Bowl winner Florida held serve on WR Chris Dunkley (4* / 5*), long considered a Florida lean out of Pahokee, FL but who reportedly wavered a bit in the wake of Urban Meyer's detirement. The big surprise of the day was that the Gators also picked up DE Dominique Easley (4* / 4*) from Staten Island, NY. Easley, the defensive MVP of the game, recently decommited from Penn State but didn't even list UF as one of his finalists. It is a boost for a program still smarting from losing 5* commit S Matt Elam to Florida State in the wake of the detirement.
The SEC did lose out on one prospect as WR Kenny Shaw from Orlando, FL decided to stay close to home and go to Florida State. He had recently announced that his finalists were FSU and Tennessee.