Watch: Alabama commit makes sick grab in All-America Game practice
Today many of the nation’s top recruits will complete their week in Orlando at the Under Armour All-America Game.
There are not going to be a ton of commitments made, but there will be several future SEC players already committed taking the field and showing off their talent one last time before Signing Day in February.
There are several other high school camps going on for members of the Class of 2016 and 2017 so coaches can get their evaluations in on some of the top players from around the country.
The practices are just as important as the game because coaches can see how players work and receive coaching. And, just like the game, they can see some fantastic plays.
Scout.com captured this incredible one-handed grab from Class of 2017 Alabama commit Najee Harris:
One-handed grab by 5-star #Bama commitment Najee Harris during 1-on-1s. True ATH hasn't yet lost a rep pic.twitter.com/Nf0w3vLyCd
— John Garcia, Jr. (@JohnGarcia_Jr) January 1, 2016
Harris is ranked as the number one running back in the country by Rivals and his athleticism is clearly on display. He is looking to continue the legacy of running backs left by Mark Ingram, T.J. Yeldon and Derrick Henry before him. Two of those three won Heisman Trophies in their time in Tuscaloosa.
Harris is a member of the Class of 2017, so the Crimson Tide will have to wait a year for him. But he is clearly showing his wares at the Future 50 in Orlando, as part of the Under Armour All-America Game.
The seniors will play in the Under Armour All-America Game at noon Eastern Time on ESPN2.