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Under Armour All-America Game White team

A quick look at who's on the White team in the 2009 Under Armour All-America Game.

Updated: December 3, 2008, 3:35 PM ET
By Scouts Inc.

A look at who's on the White team in this year's Under Armour All-America Game.

Quarterbacks
No. Player (City, State/School)  
5 Matt Barkley (Santa Ana., Calif./Mater Dei)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 222 | ESPNU 150 rank: 2 | QB rank: 1 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to USC over UCLA, Tennessee, FSU and Cal.
Breakdown: Barkley has prototypical size and is a true pocket passer who understands timing and has a great sense of anticipation and ball placement. Fundamentals and ball handling are exceptional. He does the little things very, very well.
7 Moses Alipate (Bloomington, Minn./Jefferson)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 225 | ESPNU 150 rank: 122 | QB rank: 9 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Minnesota over Wisconsin, Nebraska, Iowa and Cal.
Breakdown: Possesses the size and arm strength of a pocket passer with deceptive athleticism and footwork to work out of a spread. He has the measurables, arm and athleticism to become an excellent player at the next level.
12 Richard Brehaut (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Los Osos)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 206 | ESPNU 150 rank: 33 | QB rank: 4 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to UCLA over Arizona, Colorado, Oregon State and Washington State.
Breakdown: He's hard not to like with his competitive, crafty, productive methods. A great field general, he makes good decisions and is mobile. An excellent player with great upside.

Running Backs
No. Player (City, State/School)  
26 Trent Richardson (Pensacola, Fla./Escambia)
Height: 5-11 | Weight: 219 | ESPNU 150 rank: 5 | RB rank: 1 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Alabama over Florida, FSU, LSU and Mississippi State.
Breakdown: A violent runner with the strength to pound it between the tackles and the perimeter speed to turn the corner and take it the distance. A potential high-carry, durable runner at the next level who can wear down a defense.
3 Washaun Ealey (Twin City, Ga./Emanuel County Institute)
Height: 5-11 | Weight: 205 | ESPNU 150 rank: 35 | RB rank: 4 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Georgia over Florida.
Breakdown: He runs with deceptive power and seemingly bigger than his listed measurables. While most of his production comes between the tackles, he flashes a sneaky extra gear when he bounces to the perimeter and has good top-end speed.
21 Montrell Conner (Monroe, La./Ouachita Parish)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 210 | ESPNU 150 rank: 63 | RB rank: 8 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Mississippi State over Oklahoma, Florida, Oregon and Alabama.
Breakdown: Physically gifted with a great blend of size and straight-line speed. He is a good yards-after-contact back and consistently finishes runs, making smaller defensive backs think twice about coming up to tackle him when he reaches the second level.
10 Michael Campanaro (Clarksville, Md./River Hill)
Height: 5-10 | Weight: 178 | ESPNU 150 rank: N/A | ATH rank: 90
College: Committed to Wake Forest over North Carolina, Northwestern, Akron and Maryland.
Breakdown: He lacks ideal measurables, but makes up for it with competitive speed, toughness and determination along with great ball skills and upside as a receiver in the passing game.

Wide Receivers
No. Player (City, State/School) 
1 Alshon Jeffrey (St. Matthews, S.C./Calhoun County)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 214 | ESPNU 150 rank: 96 | WR rank: 12 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to USC over South Carolina, North Carolina and Kentucky.
Breakdown: Jeffrey is a big target with big, strong hands, long arms and the frame to ward off defenders with ease. He is physically imposing and has sneaky, deceptive speed to get vertical.
8 Morrell Presley (Carson, Calif./Carson)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 215 | ESPNU 150 rank: 48 | TE rank: 1 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to UCLA.
Breakdown: Presley has a tall, lean frame and looks like a big receiver. While he played -- and excelled -- as a tight end, he can split out and appears comfortable playing in a more traditional receiver role.
2 Logan Heastie (Chesapeake, Va./Great Bridge)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 192 | ESPNU 150 rank: 120 | WR rank: 17 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to West Virginia over Florida, Alabama, Tennessee and Boston College.
Breakdown: Heastie is smooth, fluid and a legit deep threat for a taller wideout. He changes directions without losing much speed in transition, uses quick feet to set defensive backs up and runs crisp short-to-intermediate routes.
9 Jamal Reid (Mayo, Fla./Lafayette)
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 175 | ESPNU 150 rank: 100 | ATH rank: 12
College: Committed to Miami (Fla.) over USF, Clemson, NC State and Ole Miss.
Breakdown: May be one of the best-kept secrets in the country. Whether it's as a wide receiver, defensive back or return specialist, he is simply a threat to score every time he touches the ball. Although not overly explosive, he flashes great top-end speed, is smooth and fluid in all of his movement skills and has some of the better ball skills in this entire class.
4 Marlon Brown (Memphis, Tenn./Harding Academy)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 205 | ESPNU 150 rank: 17 | WR rank: 2 | Watch: Highlights
College: Undecided. He's considering Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, LSU and Ohio State.
Breakdown: His blend of height, strength and speed allows him to create mismatches in the passing game. He knows how to utilize his large frame to shield defenders in traffic and is a versatile athlete with the rare physical tools to play a number of positions in college.
11 Keenan Davis (Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Washington)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 195 | ESPNU 150 rank: 116 | WR rank: 15 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Iowa over Oklahoma, Nebraska, Illinois and Kansas.
Breakdown: Davis not only has ideal size, but he has very good speed and is very polished for a young WR. He has a nice frame, is well built and is a smooth athlete with a good stride and can get to top speed quickly for a player his size.

Tight Ends
No. Player (City, State/School) 
88 Ra'Shede Hageman (Minneapolis/Washburn)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 234 | ESPNU 150 rank: N/A | WR rank: 12 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Minnesota over Ohio State, Wisconsin and Florida.
Breakdown: Hageman possesses good size and the frame to add bulk. He will need added size, but should have little problem getting up to a more ideal weight. He is a productive player as both a receiver and a blocker.
17 Arthur Lynch (Dartmouth, Mass./Dartmouth)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 240 | ESPNU 150 rank: N/A | TE rank: 7 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Georgia over Boston College, Virginia and Maryland.
Breakdown: Lynch flashes deceptive speed for his size and has a smooth running motion. He is a polished route runner with good hands, and though not a burner after the catch, he can earn productive yards after contact with his size.

Offensive Line
No. Player (City, State/School) 
68 Mark Brazinski (Somerville, N.J./Immaculata)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 280 | ESPNU 150 rank: N/A | C rank: 2 | Watch: Highlights
College: Undecided. He's considering Rutgers, Boston College, FSU, Penn and North Carolina.
Breakdown: Brazinski has an ideal build for the position and plays with great leverage. He's a real scrapper who stays on his blocks, won't give in and maintains his body control and balance, especially in the running game.
59 John Martinez (Salt Lake City/Cottonwood)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 264 | ESPNU 150 rank: 30 | OG rank: 1 | Watch: Highlights
College: Undecided. Considering USC, LSU, Ohio State, UCLA and Oklahoma.
Breakdown: Martinez never takes a play off. He's quick off the ball and stays after the defender at the line of scrimmage. He also has great leg drive and plays with good leverage.
56 Xavier Su'a Filo (Pleasant Grove, Utah/Timpview)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 285 | ESPNU 150 rank: 55 | OG rank: 2 | Watch: Highlights
College: Undecided. Considering USC, UCLA, Notre Dame, BYU and LSU.
Breakdown: Su'a Filo is very athletic and can pull and trap as well as any other offensive lineman in the country. He has exceptional feet and runs more like a tight end than a guard.
75 Stan Hasiak (Kapolei, Hawaii/ Kapolei)
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 340 | ESPNU 150 rank: N/A | OG rank: 14 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to UCLA over USC, Cal, Oregon and Arizona.
Breakdown: Hasiak has great size, exceptional lower-body strength and gets good movement off the line of scrimmage in the run game. He is also a very good pass protector. He's an intimidating player.
77 J.K. Jay (Greenville, S.C./Christ Church Episcopal)
Height: 6-7 | Weight: 280 | ESPNU 150 rank: 137 | OT rank: 13 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Clemson over Georgia, Tennessee, Miami (Fla.), Vanderbilt and Kentucky.
Breakdown: Jay is an athletic offensive tackle whose greatest asset is his quick hands. He really does a good job of keeping defenders away from his body. He also runs exceptionally well and could adjust to playing guard at the next level.
76 Kevin Graf (Agoura, Calif./Agoura)
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 302 | ESPNU 150 rank: 32 | OT rank: 4 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to USC.
Breakdown: Graf is physical, athletic, intimidating and has the tools to be a dominant offensive tackle. With his father and brother both former USC offensive linemen, his lineage is apparent in his technical skill.
64 Stavion Lowe (Brownwood, Texas/Brownwood)
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 294 | ESPNU 150 rank: 28 | OT rank: 3 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to LSU over Oklahoma, Auburn, Notre Dame and Texas A&M.
Breakdown: Lowe is one of the most athletic tackles in the 2009 class. He has great feet and runs extremely well for a big man. Exceptional talent who gives great effort.
78 Taylor Lewan (Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral)
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 270 | ESPNU 150 rank: N/A | OT rank: 14 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Michigan.
Breakdown: Lewan is tall with a good build, but he is lean for an offensive tackle and will need to add more bulk. He plays hard and is very productive. Lewan is very good with his hands as both a run- and pass-blocker and can be tough to beat once he gets locked on.

Defensive Line
No. Player (City, State/School) 
26 Sam Montgomery (Greenwood, S.C./Greenwood)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 220 | ESPNU 150 rank: 22 | DE rank: 2 | Watch: Highlights
College: Undecided. He's considering South Carolina, North Carolina, Clemson, LSU and Georgia.
Breakdown:Montgomery has wonderful athleticism, but also does the little things and has a ton of potential. He has all the tools to be a dangerous pass-rusher and his get-off and long arms could make him a menace off the edge.
88 Craig Roh (Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 225 | ESPNU 150 rank: 87 | DE rank: 5 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Michigan over USC, UCLA, Arizona State and Nebraska.
Breakdown: A well-rounded defensive end prospect with good mental and physical intangibles. He combines good quickness and hand technique getting around blockers and to the quarterback as a pass-rusher. Roh is only going to get bigger and stronger and has great upside.
97 Justin Chaisson (Las Vegas/Bishop Gorman)
Height: 6-5 | Weight: 252 | ESPNU 150 rank: 94 | DE rank: 6 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Oklahoma over LSU, Florida, Oregon and UCLA.
Breakdown: Chaisson is a good player with a lot of physical upside. He needs to keep developing the small things in his game, but he has the tools to be a handful and make plays at the college level.
96 Antwan Lowery (Miami/Columbus)
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 330 | ESPNU 150 rank: 124 | DT rank: 8 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Rutgers.
Breakdown: Lowery has a consistently exceptional get-off for a big man and his explosiveness allows him to get into opposing backfields and alter or blow up plays. With a nice blend of size and quickness, Lowery has the tools to be a good college defensive tackle.
68 Corey Adams (Scottsdale, Ariz./Saguaro)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 277 | ESPNU 150 rank: 54 | DT rank: 4
College: Undecided. Considering USC, Arizona State, Ohio State and Nebraska.
Breakdown: There is a lot to like about Adams, who has good height and the frame to keep developing into a physical monster. He flashes good quickness off the ball, is very active and violent with his hands and shows a closing burst.
75 Gary Brown (Quincy, Fla./West Gadsden)
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 275 | ESPNU 150 rank: 85 | DT rank: 7 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Florida over FSU, Miami (Fla.), Arkansas and Notre Dame.
Breakdown: Brown has a wealth of ability and has the tools to develop into a disruptive force at the college level. He can run and close quickly for a big man and has the ability to get in on plays all over the field.

Linebackers
No. Player (City, State/School) 
5 Manti Te'o (Honolulu/Punahou)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 230 | ESPNU 150 rank: 4 | OLB rank: 1 | Watch: Highlights
College: Undecided. Considering USC, Notre Dame, UCLA, Stanford and BYU.
Breakdown: It's very difficult to find any physical weaknesses in Te'o's game. He shows great power and strength inside and excels attacking off the perimeter with his great burst and closing quickness. Has all the measurables to develop into an outstanding strongside or inside linebacker at the next level.
42 Tom Wort (New Braunfels, Texas/New Braunfels)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 210 | ESPNU 150 rank: 83 | OLB rank: 7 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Oklahoma over USC, Florida, Miami (Fla.) and LSU.
Breakdown: Wort is arguably the best pure hitter in this class, and his explosiveness and acceleration in space are very rare. A true sideline-to-sideline guy who should create havoc on the perimeter at the next level with his great closing speed. An excellent tackler, Wort runs through ball carriers and explodes on his final steps of contact, generating the force of a 240-pound 'backer.
24 Ronnell Lewis (Dewar, Okla./Dewar)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 225 | ESPNU 150 rank: N/A | OLB rank: 16
College: Committed to Oklahoma over Oklahoma State.
Breakdown: Lewis flashes rare athleticism for his size. He has great speed, range and agility for a 225-pound linebacker and sought-after intensity pursuing the football. All the physical tools are there to polish up and his best football is still ahead of him.
6 Dexter Moody (Twin City, Ga./Emanuel County Institute)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 215 | ESPNU 150 rank: 99 | OLB rank: 8
College: Committed to Georgia over Florida, South Carolina, Georgia Tech and Air Force.
Breakdown: Moody has some of the best upside we have seen in a defensive prospect in the past few classes. He flashes the speed and great closing burst to chase plays down from the back side and is difficult to seal and reach on the front side with his long, strong hands and quickness slipping blocks.

Defensive Backs
No. Player (City, State/School) 
21 Steve Williams (Dallas/Skyline)
Height: 5-10 | Weight: 160 | ESPNU 150 rank: 88 | CB rank: 8 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Cal over Texas Tech, Miami (Fla.), Auburn and Oklahoma.
Breakdown: Williams has great stop-start skill and foot quickness shadowing receivers off the line and out of their breaks. Williams will develop more physically and possesses the skills and quick-twitched athleticism to develop into a great cover corner at the next level.
1 Branden Smith (Atlanta/Booker T. Washington)
Height: 5-11 | Weight: 170 | ESPNU 150 rank: 44 | ATH rank: 4 | Watch: Highlights
College: Undecided. Considering Georgia, Florida, Alabama and FSU.
Breakdown: An electrifying athlete with the skills and outstanding play speed to excel in all three phases of the game in college. One of the faster skill players in this class, he flashes great recovery speed, burst and man-to-man skills at corner. His outstanding return ability should get him on the field early in college.
3 Darrell Givens (Indian Head, Md./Lackey)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 170 | ESPNU 150 rank: 61 | CB rank: 4 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Penn State over Ohio State, Miami (Fla.), Oklahoma and Florida.
Breakdown: Givens possesses good size and knows how to utilize it on the field. Needs a bit of polish but the physical tools and natural instincts are there to mold into a great all-around corner at the next level.
7 C.J. Barnett (Clayton, Ohio/Northmont)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 175 | ESPNU 150 rank: 73 | CB rank: 5 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to Ohio State over Florida, Miami (Fla.), Cincinnati and Stanford.
Breakdown:Barnett is a physically gifted prospect with great instincts and versatility in coverage. He has a tall, athletic build and a very wide wingspan. He's also a forceful yet reliable open-field tackler. Some cornerbacks shy away from contact, but he loves to hit.
9 Craig Loston (Aldine, Texas/Eisenhower)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 193 | ESPNU 150 rank: 8 | S rank: 1 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to LSU over Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M and Oregon.
Breakdown: Loston could be one of the most athletic players in this class. He possesses tremendous closing speed and covers a lot of ground in zone coverage. He's also athletic enough to play a receiver man-to-man while displaying tremendous catch-up speed and change of direction.
2 Devonte Holloman (Rock Hill, S.C./South Pointe)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 213 | ESPNU 150 rank: 19 | S rank: 2 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to South Carolina over LSU, North Carolina and Clemson.
Breakdown: Holloman is a tall, rangy athlete who can be an outstanding pass defender and provide solid run support. Shows athleticism by high-pointing the football when going up for the interception, demonstrates physical toughness when tackling and has the size to punish the ball carrier or receiver.
4 Stephon Gilmore (Rock Hill, S.C./South Pointe)
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 180 | ESPNU 150 rank: 86 | ATH rank: 8 | Watch: Highlights
College: Committed to South Carolina over Alabama, FSU, Tennessee and Clemson.
Breakdown: Gilmore is a smooth athlete with great versatility and playmaking upside. He primarily plays quarterback in high school, but will likely be converted to safety in college and with more experience, could become one of his class' best at the position. He's fast, rangy and very athletic. He has natural instincts for making plays and is a true dual threat.

Kicker
No. Player (City, State/School) 
1 Anthony Fera (Houston/St. Pius X)
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 230 | ESPNU 150 rank: N/A | K rank: 2
College: Committed to Penn State over Michigan, Ohio State and Northwestern.
Breakdown: Fera has excellent leg strength, gets good power into his kickoffs and normally kicks the football deep into the end zone or out. Consistent field goal kicker who demonstrates the ability to make field goals well into the 40s distancewise; longest is 58 yards. Also an above-average punter.

White Team Coaches
Head coach: Marv Levy (Former head coach of Buffalo Bills and NFL Hall of Famer)
Offensive coordinator: Sherman Lewis (34 years coaching, including stops in Green Bay and Minnesota)
Defensive coordinator: George Dyer (Over 20 years in NFL, plus stops at ASU and Michigan State)
Quarterbacks coach: Conrad Nix (Warner Robins, Ga./Northside)
Running backs coach: Ryan Derrick (Memphis/Harding Academy)
Wide receivers coach: Chris Merritt (Miami/Columbus)
Offensive line coach: Cecil Thomas (Salt Lake City/Cottonwood)
Defensive line coach: Milan Turner (Twin City, Ga./Emanuel County Institute)
Inside linebackers coach: Brian Te'o (Honolulu/Punahou)
Outside linebackers coach: Kale Ane (Honolulu/Punahou)
Cornerbacks coach: John Sanders (Scottsdale, Ariz./Saguaro)
Safeties coach: Anthony Lombardi (Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Washington)
Assistant coach: Daryl Jones