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January 9, 2010San Antonio, Texas is playing host to the tenth annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl, which gets underway at 1 p.m. in the Alamo dome on NBC. The Gator Nation will be tuned in to see how several current and future UF prospects perform, but just as importantly, the college announcements of Rivals100 members Ronald Powell, Sharrif Floyd and Matt Elam will take place as well.
There will be several commitment announcements throughout the course of the game. The Florida faithful will be most interested in tuning in at halftime (Floyd) and the fourth quarter (Powell and Elam).
By all accounts, if things go according to plan, this could turn out to be a very big day for a Florida squad which is already ranked third going into the day in the latest Rivals.com team recruiting rankings.
Even though they aren't scheduled to make a commitment, there are several other prospects that are either already committed to UF or have interest in the Gators.
The following are players Gator fans will want to follow:
#1 wide receiver Ivan McCartney Miami (Fla.) Miramar
#7 cornerback Jaylen Watkins Cape Coral (Fla.)
#10 wide receiver Christian Green Tampa (Fla.) Catholic
#22 safety Matt Elam, West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer
#32 tight end Gerald Christian, West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer
#73 defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd Philadelphia (Pa.) George Washington
#77 offensive lineman Matt James Cincinnati (Ohio) St. Xavier
#7 defensive end Ronald Powell Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde
#77 offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson Saint Paul (Minn.) Cretin-Derham Hall
The InsidetheGators.net has posted the latest on the possible commitments in the Alley:
For complete coverage, check out the Army All-American Bowl Headquarters
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