Under Armour All-America Game announcements: Good news coming for Nebraska, Oregon?


A look at the four players scheduled to announce their commitments during the Under Armour All-America Game.

The Under Armour All-America Game kicks off Tuesday (January 3) at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET on ESPN and is set to feature many of the nation’s top prospects.

Given that the exhibition game takes place after December’s early signing period, many of the game’s premier athletes have already signed with their future college football programs. 

But four players are expected to announce their commitments during the game.

Here’s a look at those four prospects – and where they might be headed: 

3-star cornerback Ethan Nation (Roswell; Georgia)

The country’s No. 49 cornerback is down to Auburn, Colorado, Houston, Nebraska and Ohio State.

He played all over the field for Roswell as a senior, and should be able to take a signifiant leap in the first couple of seasons in college as he focuses on one position.

Nebraska is considered a heavy favorite to add him into the fold.

3-star RB Durell Robinson (St. Frances Academy; Maryland)

After decommitting from. Boston College last month, Durell Robinson is down to Charlotte, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Rutgers and Virginia Tech. 

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound ball-carrier took a late December visit to Charlotte, which hired his former high school coach, Biff Poggi, as its head coach.

Robinson is rated the nation’s No. 51 running back. 

4-star DL Ashton Porter (Cypress Ranch; Texas) 

A four-star defensive lineman, Ashton Porter is down to Oregon and Michigan State.

But the 6-foot-3, 255-pound lineman was sky-high on the Ducks even before taking a final visit to Eugene.

Because of that, Dan Lanning’s crew is considered the overwhelming favorite to win the battle.

Porter, the nation’s No. 329 overall prospect, is set to commit at halftime.

4-star EDGE Cameron Lenhardt (IMG Academy; Florida)

The four-star edge is down to a final five of Georgia Tech, Maryland, Nebraska, Penn State, and Rutgers.

According to 247Sports, the 6-foot-3, 240-pound defender privately signed his national letter of intent last month, but has kept things secret until his nationally-televised announcement.

Once again, Nebraska is considered the heavy favorite to add him into the fold. 

Lenhardt is the nation’s No. 308 overall prospect. 

Source: Score Book Live