2016 Under Armour All-America Game: First Practice Highlights

    2016 Under Armour All-America Game first practice highlights from Orlando, Fla. The nation's No. 1 prospect, Rashan Gary, put his talent on display.

    December 29, 2015

    The 2016 Under Armour All-America Game is so close, you can taste it. Many of the nation’s top recruits, divided between Team Highlight and Team Armour, strapped up the pads and helmets for their first practice on Tuesday in Orlando, Fla.

    All eyes have been on the nation’s top recruit, defensive tackle Rashan Gary, from Paramus, N.J., but there are plenty of other talented prospects putting their skills on display.

    Below is a roundup of video highlights from the first practice of the week.

    Notre Dame commit Liam Eichenberg held his own against Gary.


    Maryland hopes to hang on to quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr., especially if he makes throws like this one.

    One of the guys Haskins could be throwing to next year, Tino Ellis, showed off his hands at practice.

    Gary showed his explosive first step once again.


    N’Keal Harry raised Arizona State’s eyebrows with this catch.

    Penn State commit Shane Simmons showed his speed rush ability against offensive tackle Jean Delance.

    Seeing Chauncey Gardner covering Nate Craig-Myers has to excite Florida fans, as the two could be teammates by National Signing Day.

    Mark Richt is hoping he can keep Sam Bruce committed to Miami after watching him run routes like this.


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