The 2013 U.S. Army All American Bowl takes place at 1 p.m. on NBC, and there are a slew of Florida commits and recruiting targets in the game. Here's a rundown of the future Gators you'll see and what to watch for from them and the targets.
WR Ahmad Fulwood (No. 15, Team East)
Fulwood isn't playing in the game due to an injury.
LB Daniel McMillian (No. 13, Team East)
McMillian is a fast, instinctive linebacker with great size and good tackling skills. If he dominates on the field like he's capable of, Florida might have two all-star game MVPs in two days.
DE Jordan Sherit (No. 22, Team East)
Sherit is also not playing due to an injury.
DB Nick Washington (No. 19, Team East)
Washington is the vocal leader of this UF class, and has ability at both corner and safety and excellent ball skills derived from a high school career spent playing both ways and catching passes.
DB Mackensie Alexander (No. 24, Team East)
Alexander's a very long shot to end up with Florida, but he's probably the second-best corner in Florida behind Vernon Hargreaves, and if you watched Friday's Under Armour game, you know that's no knock on Mack.
DE Jason Hatcher (No. 45, Team East)
Hatcher's a ways down Florida's board, but he could be a good defensive end at the collegiate level with a little time and growth.
WR Marquez North (No. 81, Team East)
North is not coming to Florida, but he's worth watching to compare with other top-flight wide receivers.
DB Jalen Ramsey (No. 7, Team East)
Ramsey is a tall, rangy corner who has the size Will Muschamp wants in defensive backs, but his senior film isn't as impressive as you'd like. Can he hang with the big boys in San Antonio?
WR Demarcus Robinson (No. 88, Team East)
Robinson is one of the best wide receivers in the country and has had an exceptional week of practice in San Antonio by all accounts. His body control and route-running are already on par with virtually any receiver Florida has used in the last two years, and will be fun to watch.
OL Laremy Tunsil (No. 77, Team East)
Again, not coming to Florida, but fun to watch a kid from Lake City ball out and wonder what might have been before he ends up at Georgia or Alabama and we ask that question with a bit more anguish.