All-American Bowl: Top offensive performers of the week

SANT ‘ANTONIO – The All-American Bowl is back at the Alamodome with some of the best-in-class players of 2022 playing their last few games before enrolling in college programs across the country.

The west team topped the east, 34-14, during Saturday’s event with Rayshon Luke, Arizona’s new all-purpose engagement, who took MVP honors. Here are other top attacking players from the entire week in San Antonio, including the game and practice.

Klubnik falls

The best quarterback in the nation is definitely a player and, having clinched his third straight state championship, Klubnik marked the start for the western team. He threw two touchdowns in the first quarter and added a third in the third quarter on another strong day for the future Clemson scorer.

Klubnik has the ability to take down defenses and push the ball to the baseline, but he’s also excellent at extending plays out of pocket and improvising on the fly. He is an exceptional athlete and performs with authority. It wouldn’t be surprising to see Klubnik compete for playing time at Clemson sooner rather than later.

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Deyon Bouie

Deyon Bouie

Throughout the week, Bouie proved to be one of the most gifted athletes on both sides of the ball during All-American Bowl practice. During Saturday’s game, the Texas A&M signer didn’t miss a beat and was the eastern team’s best receiver.

Bouie is electrifying with fantastic ball skills. He has shown the speed to take the field and simply finds a way to play ball games. He is one of many directors heading to College Station in this 2022 cycle.

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CJ Williams

CJ Williams (Nick Lucero / Rivals)

Williams is one of the smoothest pass receivers in the country, which was reaffirmed during practice week and certainly on match day. The new USC signer captured the game’s first touchdown – an absolute noteworthy hold in which Williams reached out for the hold and also kept one foot on the pitch.

Williams also showed the ability to find holes in the defenses and take the maximum out of them. It’s a well-rounded, well-polished receiver that should fit Lincoln RileyThe attack was pretty quick in his USC backyard.

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The All-American Bowl MVP on Saturday certainly belonged to Luke, who scored in the air and back to the ground. Meanwhile, the three-star all-purpose defender has engaged in Arizona live.

Luke is small, but he can make a dent in running play and as a pass receiver. He snatched a 46-yard touchdown with great vision and exploded through the hole, and disappeared in a cloud of dust. It also got a designed screen pass that showed the speed of the pylon as it housed it.

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Brown Barion

Brown Barion

Another explosive playmaker who can impact deep passing play, Kentucky-bound Barion Brown was one of the best in practice and was one of the early targets of East quarterbacks in the All-American Bowl. The Tennessee native is an open field candle and a dynamic return to special teams with the ability to miss defenders and the lateral quickness to roam open field.

Brown also showed toughness making receptions in the middle of the pitch and was close to interrupting some great plays during the match. It was one of many large receivers that stood out in San Antonio.

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Sincere Greene

Sincere Greene

The massive offensive lineman from California gave up a layoff early in the All-American Bowl, which proved a drawback in an otherwise stellar week of rehearsal. Greene, a Rivals100 mauler, was arguably the most consistent linesman in 1-on-1 drills with tremendous power to hold out and get rid of the defenders.

Greene capped off a strong San Antonio performance with his Georgia engagement in Alabama, Texas and Ohio State. Built as an interior lineman, Greene has been stellar in pass pro and gives the Bulldogs even more size and flexibility upfront.

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Kevin Coleman

Kevin Coleman

Coleman has been the go-to gadget director for Western Attack all week, seeing targets as a catcher, in the slot, and a series of tricks to get the ball out into space with Coleman carrying the rock.

The Rivals100 receiver from St. Louis is a little underpowered, but dynamic. It’s fast both And quick to lengthen the field and also make plays below and parting at the top of his routes. Coleman surprised many by picking Jackson State over Miami on Saturday and is another one who made the difference as he headed to an HBCU alongside Travis Hunter.

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Isaiah Bond

Isaiah Bond

Crimson Tides are spoiled for wealth in their large receiver room. After knocking out recent first-round picks Devonta Smith, Henry Ruggs, Jerry Jeudy and Jaylen Waddle, Alabama has signed more talent than Rivals100 in this cycle in the form of Shazz Preston, Kendrick Law, Aaron Anderson and Bond.

Bond has elite speed and it’s extremely easy to get in and out of his breaks. He has shades of Smith in his game. He also has experience in defensive play and brings even more athletic and playmaking skills to the Alabama pass attack with receivers being able to open and make plays after the catch.

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Elia Pritchett

Elia Pritchett

Pritchett was quietly one of the most consistent attacking performers along the offensive line. The Alabama player saw the action both on guard and in contrast, and his combination of quick feet and exceptional power has certainly placed him among the top linemen of the week.

After consecutive all-star events in Orlando and then San Antonio, the offensive tackling stance may need an overhaul. Pritchett, the epitome of consistency at the All-American Bowl, is a major bright spot.

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Drew Allar

Drew Allar

The future Nittany Lion was off target for much of Saturday’s All-American Bowl, but all week in various drills and competitions, Allar was on pace. Rivals100’s passer-by has size and athleticism, which allows it to extend games and even rocket overtaking downstream. It possesses so many overlapping traits with current NFL leading figures such as Derek Carr or Carson Wentz, where he has size and athleticism on top of a powerful cannon to push the ball to the baseline.

Allar had a touchdown pass for a wide open Bouie in the game. The precision in motion and other niche aspects of his game can be strengthened James Franklin And Mike Yurcich‘s watch. Allar has a great advantage and a physical skill set to make noise in the Big Ten at the end.

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