Te'o, Telfort and QBs shine at first practice

The talent level might be the best it's ever been at the UA Game, and a few players still stood out above the rest, writes Billy Tucker.

Originally Published: December 31, 2008
By Billy Tucker | Scouts Inc.

ORLANDO, Fla. -- NFL Hall of Fame head coach Marv Levy said the talent he witnessed at the first Under Armour All-America practice far exceeded his expectations. It surpassed my expectations, as well.

While last year's inaugural game certainly had its fair share of superstars, the overall quality on the 2009 roster appears superior, judging by the first practice. From the interior to the perimeter, the depth was impressive, with little dropoff in ability between some of the nation's best ...

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