Every day straight from San Antonio the East team breaks down the practices for the day, below are the top five performers on offense for the U.S. Army All-American East team.
Sony Michel, running back, Fort Lauderdale American Heritage. Committed to Georgia.
One of the athletes that has had two big days in San Antonio is Georgia running back commit Sony Michel. He is a five-star back who has been smooth throughout the past couple days. Yesterday, he caught a nice ball out of the backfield — today he got some more looks at the traditional running back position. He’s poised to have a big week.
Quenton Nelson, offensive lineman, Red Bank Catholic (N.J.), committed to Notre Dame.
Running with the ones at left guard is Quenton Nelson, a prospect who has shown his consistency over the last couple days. He hasn’t let anyone really get the best of him, and has been a solid force on the offensive line for the East.
Jacob Park, quarterback. Stratford (S.C.). Committed to Georgia.
One quarterback started to set himself apart from the rest of the east team, Jacob Park. He seems to be clicking with the majority of the receivers and getting the timing down. Park made some improvements on the day from Monday and showed that he is a consistent and reliable option. He is also quite mobile, which will help him in the future.
Josh Malone, wide receiver. Gallatin (TN). Committed to Tennessee.
For the second day in a row, Malone makes the top five performers of the day in the East team. He was spilt out wide more Tuesday, and played more of the roll of a traditional wide receiver. He was consistent and caught some nice passes, plus provides a reliable set of hands.
Artavis Scott, wide receiver. Tarpon Springs (Fla.). Clemson commit.
He broke a couple big plays today, and had a couple big runs. He did a good job finding gaps though out the day and was one of the biggest bright spots of the wide receiver corps.
Information for this report was contributed by Bill Green, Brian Dohn, and Rachel Klein.