PHOTOS: Ohio State Commits, Targets Shine in U.S. Army All-American Bowl

By Andrew Lind on January 7, 2017 at 5:40p
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Georgia quarterback commit Jake Fromm threw a 76-yard touchdown pass while uncommitted wideout Henry Ruggs added a 61-yard catch of his own to help the East end the West's three-game winning streak at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday afternoon.

Ohio State was the big winner in San Antonio, though, landing a commitment from five-star Jeffrey Okudah, the top-rated cornerback in the country.

Quarterback commit Tate Martell got the start for the West and finished the game 3-of-5 passing for 23 yards. He rushed seven times for 38 yards and a touchdown, after which he threw up an O-H-I-O.

Defensive end pledge Chase Young was in his face all afternoon, though, helping the East contain the elusive quarterback. Though he finished with only one tackle, Young consistently showed why many project him to one day be a first round NFL Draft pick.

Check out photos from the game above.

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