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. Armstead also wants to play basketball in college, which is something he has spoken to his finalists about, including Texas.
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