SAN ANTONIO –Monday afternoon at a pep rally at San Antonio (Tx.) Churchill the first two prospects from the state of Texas were announced as members of the West team for the U.S. Army All-American game, held in San Antonio in January.
Quarterback Nick Fanuzzi and his favorite target, tight end Ian Harris were the first Texans added to the roster. Generally, the game tries to include at least one San Antonio prospect, however, it’s rare to have two from the same school in San Antonio named to the team. It’s considered a very good year in San Antonio and Harris and Fanuzzi are two of the area’s best.
The Churchill team awaits the ceremony to begin.
The Churchill cheerleaders get the pep rally kicked off.
Fanuzzi and Harris get a briefing before the pep rally begins.
The dynamic duo listens on as the principal of the school begins introductions.
Fanuzzi (left) and Harris (right) are presented with their ceremonial U.S. Army All-American jersey.
Fanuzzi, who is committed to play for the University of Miami, gives his speech.
The teammaates teamed up in a dramatic double overtime win this past Friday night.
Harris conducts interviews after the pep rally to the swarm of media in attendance.
Harris is solidly committed to play for Nebraska University next season.