The 14th annual Under Armour All-America Game was an opportunity to see the nation's best college football recruits in the 2022 class come together and compete on one big stage.
Arguably the most talented roster in the history of the event, the week showcased 15 five-star prospects and over 90 prospects rated in the ESPN 300.
We break down the top 10 players based off their performances throughout the entire week of practice and Sunday's game. Some big names delivered as advertised, like No. 1-ranked Walter Nolen, while others, like Justice Finkley, who is outside the top 100, outperformed their ranking.
As the No. 1 overall prospect, there was plenty of focus on Nolen, and he delivered. A force throughout the week, he was simply too big, fast and explosive for opposing offensive linemen to block. The 6-foot-4 and 325-pound Nolen penetrated with his initial quickness, collapsed the pocket with power and worked past blockers with polished hand usage. He is a prospect we feel comfortable comparing to former Nebraska great Ndamukong Suh due to his impact ability. During the game, the Texas A&M signee showed that impact, creating a turnover near the goal line to help prevent a score.