Photo Gallery : Wells Earns All-American MVP

Just like they have in practice this week, for the most part, Robert Rose and Chris Wells dominated their competition in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday. Rose verbally commited to Ohio State during the game and Wells, who has been firmly committed to OSU for some time now, played well enough to be named the MVP of the game. Coach Ted Ginn Sr. of Glenville led his team to the 27-16 win.


Photo Gallery : Chris Wells is All-American MVP


Ted Ginn Sr. had his game face on prior to entering the field in the Alamodome.



Chris Wells knows he's number one.





And now the country also knows that Wells is number one.







Connor Smith





Robert Rose













Herman Boone and Bill Yoast of Remember The Titans were present at the coin toss.



Mitch Mustain



Team Tebow



Ginn takes this pre kickoff photo with Jordan and Christopher Overton.



Shortly after halftime Robert Rose made his official college announcement on national television.



To no one's surprise Rose picked up the hat of The Ohio State University.



It fits him perfectly!









This sideline reporter entertained the crowd.







Glenville's Jermale Hines and Cordell Scott enjoyed the game.



Wells was the winner of the Pete Dawkins Game MVP award.





















Ginn was presented with the Boone Trophy that goes to the winning team.



Wells gets congratulations from Herman Boone himself.









Ginn and his offensive coordinator, Matt Chinchar, pose for this picture.



Sportslink's own Doug Berman.



East squad coaching staff.



Robert Rose.

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