High School All-American Games: Which Future Wolverines Are Playing?

Timothy SaundersCorrespondent IDecember 4, 2009

ANN ARBOR, MI - AUGUST 31:  The Michigan Wolverines hold up their helmets in victory after the clutch NCAA football game against the Washington Huskies at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan on August 31, 2002. The Michigan Wolverines won on a last second field goal, 31-29.  (Photo by Tom Pidgeon /Getty Images)
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The season may be over for the current Michigan Wolverines, but that doesn't mean that Wolverines fans can't still enjoy watching their team play... well part of their 2010 team anyway. Once again Michigan has a very talented class of recruits coming in, and some of them will be playing in High School All-American Games.

U.S. Army All-American Bowl: Arguably the most-watched of the two major All-American Games, the U.S. Army All-American Game has seen such Wolverines as; William Campbell, Boubacar Cissoko, Sam McGuffie, Donovan Warren, Stevie Brown, Brandon Graham, Zoltan Mesko, Adrian Arrington, Chad Henne, Shawn Crable, Leon Hall, Jason Avant, Marlin Jackson, Pierre Woods, and many more.

Future Wolverines in the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl

  • CB- Cullen Christian
  • K - Will Hagerup

Under Armour H.S. All-American Game: The Under Armour All American Game is only a few years old but is growing fast in popularity and in the number of good recruits it's featured. Last years game featured four current Wolverines: Taylor Lewan, Quinton Washington, Isaiah Bell, and of course Craig Roh.

The 2008 Under Armour H.S. All-American Game saw such Wolverines as Ricky Barnum and Darryl Stonum. However this year's game is the one I will be more intent upon watching, as it will feature the Nation's best Dual-Threat QB, and Michigan commit Devin Gardner.

Future Wolverines in the 2010 Under Armour H.S. All-American Game

  • QB - Devin Gardner

Not a whole lot of future Michigan players in these games, but even so they should be good games. It will be nice to get a glimpse of the future of Michigan Football, This being Rich Rodriguez's third class in the top 15 (as of now) and first Michigan class not in the top 10, the future looks bright in Ann Arbor.

You can find the full U.S. Army All-American Bowl roster here

and the full Under Armour H.S. All-American Game roster here