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How to watch the Under Armour All-American Game

The annual recruiting all-star game will feature plenty of SEC targets and commits.

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The 2018 Under Armour All-America Game is just a few days away. The annual recruit all-star game will be taking place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, otherwise known as the Citrus Bowl, of course.

This year’s edition will feature plenty of SEC commits and targets. Namely Justin Fields, the No. 2 recruit in the nation, who signed with the Georgia Bulldogs. Also playing in the game is five-star defensive end Eyabi Anoma, who is signed with the Alabama Crimson Tide. Terrace Marshall of the LSU Tigers, Brenton Cox of Georgia, and Emory Jones of the Florida Gators will also be participating.

4-star receiver Justin Watkins will be one of many players committing during the game. News recently broke that Watkins is deciding between Alabama and LSU, so there will be plenty of eyes watching his decision in Tuscaloosa and Baton Rouge. Attention will also be placed on 4-star receiver Anthony Schwartz. The Auburn Tigers have the lead in his 247Sports Crystal Ball, while Florida may also be a player.


Viewing Info

Date: Thursday, January 4

Time: 6 p.m. ET

TV: ESPN

Watch Online: WatchESPN

Roster: Link


SEC Commits

Alabama

Eyabi Anoma (5* DE)

Quay Walker (4* OLB)

Stephon Wynn (4* DE)

Jordan Davis (4* DE)

Xavier Williams (4* WR)

Tommy Brown (4* OT)

Auburn

Matthew Hill (4* WR)

Joey Gatewood (4* QB)

Coynis Miller (4* DT)

Quindarious Monday (4* S)

Florida

Emory Jones (4* QB)

Richard Gouraige (4* OT)

Kyle Pitts (4* TE)

Trey Dean (4* S)

Evan McPherson (3* K)

Georgia

Justin Fields (5* QB)

Brenton Cox (5* DE)

Kearis Jackson (4* WR)

Jake Camarda (3* K)

Kentucky

Xavier Peters (4* OLB)

LSU

Terrace Marshall (5* WR)

Cole Smith (3* C)

Ole Miss

Elijah Moore (4* WR)

Mississippi State

Malik Heath (4* WR)

Kwatrivous Johnson (3* OT)

South Carolina

Jaycee Horn (4* CB)

Rosendo Louis (3* ILB)

Hank Manos (3* C)

Tennessee

Alontae Taylor (4* ATH)

Paxton Brooks (3* P)

Texas A&M

Jalen Preston (4* WR)

Seth Small (3* K)