It is no secret, the talent level in the state of Arizona continues to rise. It is also no secret that the 2014 class is incredibly loaded at the top. Three players from the Grand Canyon State have now been selected to play in the U.S. Army All-America game, an unheard of number for the state, especially at this early stage in recruiting. And a furth, Chandler Hamilton offensive tackle Casey Tucker has committed to play in the Under Armour All-America Game.
Phoenix Mountain Pointe athlete Jalen Brown accepted his invitation to play in the game, as did Scottsdale Desert Mountain quarterback Kyle Allen. The newest player to get an early invite to play is Mountain Pointe offensive guard Natrell Curtis.
Curtis comments on his selection, "I just feel like it is a blessing to have this opportunity to play in this game. It is an honor to play in this game for the troops who work so hard to protect our country."
Mountain Pointe head coach Norris Vaughan is also expected to coach in the game.
The state of Arizona currently has an amazing nine players with a four-star or higher status, so expect a few more players to get invites to games of this nature.