Under Armour All-America Game 411
Four first-rounders among notable past participants
Now in its sixth year, the Under Armour All-America Game has featured several of the nation's top high school football players. Here's a look at a few facts and figures on some of the best to suit up in the contest.
Under Armour All-America Game: By the Numbers
4: Number of Under Armour All-Americans selected in the first round of the NFL draft.
All four players were top-10 selections -- Green went No. 4 overall to Cincinnati; Jones, No. 6 to Atlanta; Richardson, No. 3 to Cleveland; and Gilmore, No. 10 to Buffalo.
18: Number of Under Armour All-Americans selected in the NFL draft.
Along with the four first-rounders mentioned above, there have been five second-rounders and three third-rounders. The group includes Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Da'Quan Bowers and St. Louis Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins.
The 2011 NFL draft saw 13 former Under Armour All-Americans selected, including eight within the first three rounds.
14: Number of players from the inaugural Under Armour All-America Game drafted by the NFL.
Green, Jones, Bowers and Jenkins head the list.
4: Number of Under Armour All-Americans who finished in the top 10 in this year's Heisman Trophy voting, led by Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o, who finished second.
6: Number of Under Armour All-Americans who earned spots on the ESPN All-American team.
7: College football awards earned by Te'o this season. The former Under Armour All-American won the likes of the Maxwell Award for the nation's most outstanding player.
Other award winners included Lee, who took home the Fred Biletnikoff Award for outstanding wide receiver; Joeckel, who won the Outland Trophy for outstanding interior lineman; and Clowney, who earned the Ted Hendricks Award for defensive end of the year.
2,060: All-purpose yards racked up by Miami Hurricanes freshman star running back Duke Johnson, good for ninth in the nation.
Johnson was one of several star first-year players in college football who played in the 2012 Under Armour All-America Game.
Others include Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper; USC defensive lineman Leonard Williams, who was the Pac 12 Freshman Defensive Player of the Year; Texas running back Johnathan Gray; Georgia running back Keith Marshall; and TCU defensive lineman Devonte Fields.
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