Army All-American Bowl notes
Arik Armstead's final five, Trey Williams' dance and Stefon Diggs' hair highlight game
SAN ANTONIO -- Four-star offensive lineman Arik Armstead (Elk Grove, Calif/Pleasant Grove), who has transitioned more into a defensive lineman, said he will announce between his top five in "a couple of days to a week." Armstead, the No. 15 player overall in the ESPNU 150, has a top five of Oregon, Cal, Notre Dame, Auburn and Texas. He was originally committed to USC.
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2012 Army All-American Bowl
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