Instant Analysis: USC targets in UA All-America Game 

January, 5, 2012
Tight end Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick (Rocklin, Calif./Whitney) was the lone USC commit in Thursday's Under Armour All-America Game, and while his Black team was defeated 49-16 by the White team, Cope-Fitzpatrick provided a highlight for his squad.

The big tight end hauled in his team's lone touchdown, going up in the end zone and turning his body completely around to snag a ball thrown over his opposite shoulder. Cope-Fitzpatrick added a first-down grab early in the game, making a solid catch on an out route before hitting the sideline. There were a couple miscues, which prove there is still room for development, but Cope-Fitzpatrick capped off a solid week with a very nice performance in the game, complete with a victory sign after his touchdown.

Of the USC targets, it has hard not to notice defensive lineman Leonard Williams (Daytona Beach, Fla./Mainland), who registered a sack and improved his stock as much as anybody during the week-long event. Williams engaged in several terrific one-on-one battles with fellow USC target Isaac Seumalo (Corvallis, Ore./Corvallis).