BALTIMORE — The Under Armour All-America camp rolls into the region Sunday with a deep field in the class of 2023 and class of 2024.
It includes a handful of prospects already committed to schools, but overall is filled with prospects who are taking a break from recruiting for the day to go through testing and competing at Calvert Hall.
Live updates will be provided once the event begins. To get ready, here is a look at many of the top competitors registered to compete:
Among group of prospects set to attend are players already committed.
Included in the group are Irvington (N.J.) High receiver Nasir Addison (Maryland), Olney (Md.) Good Counsel athlete Neeo Avery (Penn State), Philadelphia Northeast offensive lineman Naquil Betrand (Colorado), Aldie (Va.) Lightridge offensive tackle Anthony Donkoh (Penn State), Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter’s Prep receiver Zion Fowler (Pittsburgh) and quarterback Robert Long (Maryland), West Roxbury (Mass.) Catholic Memorial receiver Jaedn Skeete (Boston College) and Owings Mills (Md.) McDonogh offensive lineman Antonio Tripp (Miami).
It is a spring group of offer-holding prospects in this group, and it includes Hampton (Va.) Phoebus’ Jordan Bass, Philadelphia Neumann Goretti’s Shawn Battle, Somerville (N.J.) Immaculata’s Cameron Chadwick, Chester (Va.) Life Christian’s Antonio Cotman, Richmond (Va.) Trinity Episcopal’s Cameren Fleming, West Orange (N.J.) High’s Saboor Karriem, Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha’s Dante Lovett, Brooklyn Canarsie’s Tayvon Nelson, Appomattox (Va.) County’s Jonathan Pennix, Baltimore Calvert Hall’s KP Price and Pasadena (Md.) Chesapeake’s Rushaun Tongue.
There is talent in the secondary in the 2024 class as well, led by Top 100 prospect Omilli0 Agard of Philadelphia St. Joseph’s. Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith’s Asaad Brown, Baltimore St. Frances’ Edrees Farooq, Virginia Beach (Va.) Green Run’s Milton Ferguson, Norfolk (Va.) Maury’s Da’Vontae Floyd, Good Counsel’s Judah Jenkins and St. Frances’ Ify Obidegwu are all set to attend.
The group of defensive linemen and edge rushers is impressive with several Top247 prospects in the group. The leading one is Olney (Md.) Good Counsel’s Dylan Gooden, the son of former Major League Baseball pitcher Dwight Gooden. The other four-star prospects in the group are Philadelphia Roman Catholic’s Jameial Lyons, Washington (D.C.) St. John’s edge David Ojiegbe, Upper Marlboro (Md.) Flowers’ Desmond Umeozulu and Baltimore St. Frances’ DaShawn Womack.
In addition, Canarsie’s Dillan Fontus, Warminster (Pa.) Archbishop Wood’s Eric Gardner, Philadelphia St. Joseph’s James Heard Jr., Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic’s Sydir Mitchell, Washington (D.C.) Archbishop Carroll’s Joseph Mupoyi and McDonogh’s Mason Robinson.
In the class of 2024, Brooklandville (Md.) St. Paul’s edge Ernest Willor leads a talent group that also includes Brooklyn Erasmus Hall’s Aaris Bethea and Caden Brown, Philadelphia Neumann Goretti’s Deshon Dodson, Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha’s Emmett Law, Oakdale (Md.) High’s Dominic Nichols and Washington (D.C.) Friendship Collegiate’s Dylan Stewart.
The top linebacker in the group is four-star Tony Rojas of Fairfax (Va.) High. Another intriguing prospect is Tappahannock (Va.) Essex’s Kamren Robinson. Easton (Md.) High’s Kevin O’Connor and Waldorf (Md.) North Point’s Kyree Wimberly are also scheduled to attend.
A trio of big-time class of 2024 offensive linemen are set to compete in Top 100 prospect Jordan Seaton of Washington (D.C.) St. John’s ,Good Counsel’s Kyle Altuner and Leesburg (Va.) Tuscarora’s Fletcher Westphal.
Not only is Long, the Maryland commit, slated to compete, so is one of the top passers in the 2024 class in Baltimore St. Frances’ Michael Van Buren. It is also a proving ground Montvale (N.J.) St. Joseph’s Luke Henrich.
Also in the ’24 class set to attend are Harrisburg (Pa.) Steelton-Highspire and Chester (Va.) Thomas Dale’s Ethan Minter.
There is a lot of talent at the receiver spot, and it goes beyond Nasir Addison, the Maryland commit, and Jaedn Skeete, the Boston College commit. Chesapeake (Va.) Western Branch’s Paul Billups, Warminster (Pa.) Archbishop Wood’s Markus Dixon, Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smtih’s Tory Johnson Jr., Olney (Md.) Good Counsel’s Spencer Jones, St. Frances’ Ryan Manning, Danvers (Mass.) St. John’s’ Jesse Ofurie and Irvington (N.J.) High’s Famah Toure.
There are also some high-level class of 2024 players registered, and it beings with King George (Va.) High’s Mekhai White and Philadelphia Roman Catholic’s Tyseer Denmark. Hicksville (N.Y.) St. Anthony’s Korey Duff Jr., Oscar Smith’s Jamauri Knox, Good Counsel’s Elijah Moore and Richmond (Va.) Collegiate’s LJ Booker and Erasmus Hall’s Jaylin Ballew are slated to attend.