Scout.com four-star offemsive lineman Chris Jacobson of Keystone Oaks High in Dormont, Pa., was selected to take part in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
The nation's No.11 rated offensive lineman was named to the bowl during a pre-game ceremony on Friday night prior to the Golden Eagles battle against Elizabeth-Forward.
Jacobson, who is one of the most dominant linemen in the nation has been averaging double-digit pancakes in each of his teams first four games. Friday night was no different as Jacobson decimated the opposition all night long.
Jacobson is the second offensive lineman from the Pittsburgh area in two days to be chosen to play in the grandest high school all-star game in the nation. He joins Pittsburgh Central Catholic lineman Stefen Wisniewski who was selected on Thursday.
Click on the link below to see video of Jacobson being selected and hear his reaction.
Jacobson named a U.S. Army All-American Watch Video
Sportslink personnel begin the festivities at Dormont Memorial Stadium.
Chris Jacobson and his parents share a proud moment.
Jacobson is presented the East jersey by Army personnel.
Chris Jacobson and Golden Eagles head coach Nick Kamberis.
Pitt defensive line coach Greg Gattuso was on hand to see two of his prized recruits in action.
One of Jacobson's best friends and neighbor Gino Gradkowski watched as his pal was selected for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
After all the hoopla, it was go time for Jacobson and the Golden Eagles.
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Myles Caragein, Nick Kamberis and Chris Jacobson share a moment after a hard fought victory.