san antonio – The All-American Bowl provided the best look yet at some of the best college football prospects in the country. There were a number of players who impressed throughout the training week and others who used the game to take their abilities to the next level. Here’s a look at five prospects who lifted their stock with strong performances in today’s game.
Boston College has a well-earned three-star fast receiver from West Roxbury (Massachusetts). Skeete used the game to build on his consistently strong coaching performance all week and finished with three receptions for 67 yards. The highlight of Skeete’s game performance came in the form of a 60-yard reception where he gained many of his yards after catches and displayed his blistering speed on screen. Even if Skeete doesn’t earn its fourth star when the final ratings are released, it’s done enough during the week and game to warrant conversation, and will likely move up the rankings at the very least.
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It’s not everyday that you see kickers on these lists, but Olano’s performance during the game was flawless and will likely earn him an extra star when the final 2023 standings are released. Consistently shooting kickers into the endzone, the Illinois signer converted all five of his extra tries and grabbed two touchdowns. He scored two field goals, including an All-American Bowl record 50-yard touchdown run by rebounds during the second quarter. Olano has only been a professional for two years after playing soccer as a kid and will be a weapon for the Illini.
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Chiles followed up his stellar week of training with a near perfect All-American Bowl performance by going 7 of 9 for 171 yards and a touchdown while throwing no interceptions on the day. Oregon State’s stat line was aided by Mark Fletcher’s 81-yard catch and run, but you can’t leave that away from the game’s overall drive and nearly flawless completion percentage. Beaver fans have a lot to get excited about after Chelsea’s impressive performance all week which is likely to lead to a rise in their rankings later this month.
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Weeks arrived in San Antonio as a 5.6-star prospect, but after a standout week of practice wrapped up with an impressive performance in the All-American Bowl, he’s likely to get a bump in his Rivals rating and enter four-star conversation come ranking meetings. our final. We knew Weeks was one of the best quarterbacks in the class when it came to coverage and playing space, so when he went out and played a sideline for his trademark physical football, all questions about how good he could be at the next level were cleared. Once Weeks develops in a college weight program where his strength will catch up with his athletic performance, he’ll have a chance to be a great player at LSU and beyond.
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Judge Hines, an Alabama signing, was the unquestionable MVP of the running back that day, but any uptick in his stock would make him a five-star, and the analyst team is currently divided on whether there should be a five-star running back. in the class of 2023. The running back who has put in a stumbling-worthy performance and still has some room to move up without earning a fifth star is Treyaun Webb. He capped off a solid week with five carries for 39 yards and a touchdown during the game. There will be plenty of discussion about running ahead of the release of the final rankings for the 2023 class and performance by both during the week, and the game has added even more food for thought moving forward.
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