After having six signees selected to the Under Armour All-America game, Texas will have a few more participating in the All-American bowl in San Antonio this week.
Similar to the Under Armour event, the All-American bowl gives top ranked high school players a chance to team up and face off against other top talent from across the nation. Players like Vince Young, Trevor Lawrence, and Reggie Bush among many other college and NFL stars have participated in this particular event.
The Longhorns will have two signees participating this year, as both four-star defensive back Jaylon Guilbeau and four-star defensive end J’Mond Tapp will be representing Texas.
There are also a couple potential additions to the 2022 class participating in the event, who could very well boost Texas’ class that ranks as the No. 5 in the nation.
Four-star offensive lineman Earnest Greene and safety Larry Turner-Gooden will both be announcing their decision during the game and Texas is among the finalists for both players.
The game takes place on Jan. 8 and will be televised on NBC. Here are what respective team (East/West) and number each of the four players mentioned will be sporting.
#21 Larry Turner-Gooden, West
BREAKING: Four-Star Safety Larry Turner-Gooden is down to 5️⃣ Schools, and has set his Commitment Date.
The 6’0 180 S from Playa Del Ray, CA will commit at the All-American Game on January 8th
— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) November 25, 2021
#71 Earnest Greene, (West)
— Joe Cook (@josephcook89) January 4, 2022
#13 Jaylon Guilbeau, West
— Nick Harris (@NickHarris247) January 4, 2022
#14 J'Mond Tapp, West
Texas signee 4 ⭐️ DL J’mond Tapp is in the building for @AABonNBC.
Tapp joins Jaylon Guilbeau as the two Texas signees in San Antonio this week. The ferocious lineman is looking forward to competing this week. pic.twitter.com/wP8iFxoU9i
— Nick Harris (@NickHarris247) January 3, 2022