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Preliminary All-American jersey presentations list for South Florida

Under Armour and U.S. Army officials with be making their way to South Florida in the coming weeks to present several top athletes in the area with All-American honors.

Below is a tentative list of presentations scheduled for the Under Armour All-America game at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg on Jan 2, 2014, and the U.S. Army All-American Bowl at The Alamodome in San Antonio on Jan. 4, 2014.

Under Armour All-America game jersey presentations

--Oct. 4: Travis Rudolph (uncommitted), WR, West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman, Time TBD

--Oct. 8-10: Stops in South Florida, but tentative plans to schools in Broward on Oct. 8, and Miami on Oct. 9 and 10.

The Miami stops include Booker T. Washington defensive end Chad Thomas (Miami commitment) and Miami Central running backs Dalvin Cook (Florida commitment) and Joseph Yearby (Miami commitment), and offensive tackle Trevor Darling (Miami commitment). Fort Lauderdale University School cornerback Quincy Wilson's presentation is to be determined.

U.S. Army All-American Bowl jersey presentations

--Oct. 22: Johnnie Dixon (uncommitted), WR, Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer, 11:15 a.m.

--Oct. 25: Sony Michel (Georgia commitment), RB, Plantation American Heritage, Time TBD

--Oct. 28: Chris Lammons (Florida commitment), ATH, Plantation, Time TBD

--Oct. 29: Khairi Clark (Florida commitment), DL, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna, Time TBD

--Oct. 31: Travonte Valentine (Miami commitment), DL, Hialeah Champagnat Catholic, Time TBD

--Date TBD: Richard Yeargin III (Notre Dame commitment), DL/LB, Fort Lauderdale University School, Time TBD

More updates for both games, regarding roster additions and jersey presentations, will be posted when available. Be sure to follow me on Twitter (@Safid_Deen) for the latest recruiting news and updates.

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