"Find out I was going to play in the Under Armour All-America game was one of the best things that have ever happened to me," said Ricardo Louis "I have been dreaming about playing in this game since I was a freshman I did not see the invite coming, I was shocked when I found out, and I am excited to be playing in it "
The versatile athlete out of Miami, Fla knows what goes on in this game and he is looking forward to it
"It is played in Orlando, a lot of players do their commitments during the game, and a lot of the best players in the nation play in this I have watched it on T V since I was a freshman, so I can't wait to be a part of this "
Louis is a 6-foot-2, 200 pound athlete that could play wide receiver or safety on the next level He is currently rated as a four-star receiver on Scout
Another wide receiver that committed to play in this game this week was Davonte' Neal out of Chaparral High School in Scottsdale (AZ) He will join his teammate Connor Brewer (Quarterback that is committed to Texas) who is also playing in this game
Neal is an explosive play-maker with great speed that averaged over 24 yards per catch in 2010 He is considered a national recruit
The number two prospect in Mississippi will be heading for Orlando late in December as well Channing Ward is a 6-foot-4, 240 pound defensive end out of Aberdeen High School
He is rated as the number defensive end in the country and will be one that will challenge for five-stars and the top spot in his state through Signing Day 2012
A couple of prospects out of the Lone Star State also committed to playing in this game earlier this week
Quarterback Preston Dewey (6-3/196) out of Austin (TX) St Andrew's and linebacker Peter Jinkens
Dewey is a 6-foot-3, 196 pound signal caller who is a true pocket passer who throws with great accuracy
Jinkens is another prospect out of Texas and he will continue to represent the home state once he finishes his business at Skyline High School The 6-foot-1, 208 pound linebacker has committed to Mack Brown and the University of Texas
He is the number four ranked outside linebacker on Scout and he knows eyes will be on him
"I just want to do good and live up to the expectations that are out there," Jinkens said "I know it is going to be a good experience and I feel honored and blessed to be playing in it."