Today marks the final All-American game of the weekend with the Semper Fidelis game on Fox Sports 1. On Friday, for the Under Armour game, you got a look at two Ohio State pledges. Yesterday, six future Buckeyes were in action for the Army game. Lets take a look at who will be playing in tonight's game.
For the most part, Buckeye fans will have their eyes on the East team. At quarterback, Joe Burrow will be running the show at times and he will be the only future Buck on the offensive side. On defense, three Elite 15 members will be involved -- Nick Conner, Carlton Davis and Jamel Dean. The West squad would have had an Ohio State pledge on their side but Grant Schmidt will be sitting out due to injury.
East: Joining Ohio State commit Joe Burrow at the QB spot for the East squad will be Dwayne Lawson and Kyle Shurmur, a current Vanderbilt commit. In the backfield will be a very talented group of players that includes Nyheim Hines, Tra'veon Samuel, Larry Scott and Eric Swinney, who are all currently pledged to power five programs. Hines will find himself out wide at times as well joining South Carolina commit Jalen Christian and USC commit Tristan Payton, as targets for the previously mentioned passers. Grant Newsome, Marquell Harrell and Patrick Allen are the headliners for the offensive line unit. On the defensive side of the ball, NC State pledge Darian Roseboro will lead the way along with Jordan Whitehead, Fletcher Adams, Austin Bryant and Nick Conner.
West: Uncommitted four-star prospect Sheriron Jones will top the QB group that also includes John Kolar and Brian Lewerke. Doing the protecting for the offense will be Connor Lanfear, Tevita Halalilo, Gabe Megginson and more. Running behind the big boys up front will be Baylor pledge JaMycal Hasty and Malik Lovette, who is apart of the Oregon recruiting class. Out wide for the West squad will be Texas natives Kemah Siverand and Carlos Strickland. Joining the group will be Notre Dame pledge Miles Boykin. The biggest names on the defensive side will be Holton Hill, Frank Buncom, Eric Lee (Nebraska), P.J. Mbanasor (Oklahoma) and Marquise Overton (Oklahoma).
Patrick Allen: Fresh off of a decommitment from the University of Georgia, four-star OT Patrick Allen is ready to pull the trigger again. The 6'5, 286 pounder from Maryland will be making his decision between the programs of LSU, Oklahoma and Tennessee. The Volunteers are in the best position to land Allen.
Austin Joyner: It'll be Boise State, Washington or Washington State picking up the nations 6th ranked all-purpose back in the 2015 class. Joyner is from the state of Washington as he attended Marysville Pilchuck High School. So will the four-star back stay in-state or head to Idaho?
Dwayne Lawson: The 36th overall player from the sunshine state will also make his big decision tonight. According to Derek Tyson of ESPN.com, Lawson will be making selecting from Ole Miss, South Florida and Virginia Tech. The 247Sports Crystal Ball favors Frank Beamer and the Hokies.
Prediction: Virginia Tech
Numbers to know
The number of Ohio State commits and signees that have played in the Semper Fiedelis All-America game since Urban Meyer was named Head Coach. In 2012, Armani Reeves and Camren Williams were a part of the event and last year, Darius Slade was as well. In tonight's game, five more will join them.
The number of prospects participating that are ranked in the 247Sports Composite Top 100 rankings. Leading the way is the 60th overall player in the country, Larry Scott, who is committed to Michigan State. The other Top 100 player that will be playing is Holton Hill, an uncommitted talent from Lamar High School in Texas.
The 247Sports Composite rating for Ohio State commit Nick Conner. The Dublin Scioto (OH) linebacker is the highest rated Buckeye commit that will participate in the game. The 6'3, 225-pounder is also graded as the 201st overall player in the class, the sixth best inside linebacker in the country and the eight best player in the state of Ohio.
How to watch/live stream online
TV: 9 p.m. ET, Fox Sports 1.
Online: Fox Sports Go