2021 Under Armour All-America Future 50 Roster Announced

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Fifty of the nation’s top prospects from the Class of 2022 and 2023 have been selected to participate in the 2021 Under Armour All-America Future 50 Camp, which will take place on Saturday, June 12, at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.

The nation’s best underclassmen prospects will get elite skills training from top coaches and NFL veterans alongside their peers. Players will take part in two on-field sessions during the Camp, beginning with position-specific drills in the morning, followed by 7-on-7 and Big Man Challenge competitions during the evening session.

Five of the nation’s top ten prospects will compete at the Camp, including No. 2 Walter Nolen, No. 3 Shemar Stewart, No. 7 Devon Campbell, No. 8 Evan Stewart and No. 9 Tyler Booker. A listing of the 19 top 50 prospects in the ESPN Class of 2022 that will be attending the camp is below.

ESPN 300PlayerPos.High SchoolHometown
#2Walter NolenDLSt. BenedictOlive Branch, Miss.
#3Shemar StewartDLMonsignor PaceMiramar, Fla.
#7Devon CampbellOLArlington BowieArlington, Texas
#8Evan StewartWRFrisco LibertyPlano, Texas
#9Tyler BookerOLIMG AcademyNew Haven, Conn.
#12Jordan HudsonWRGarlandGarland, Texas
#14Shazz PrestonWRSt. JamesThibodaux, La.
#17Talyn ShettronRBEdmond Santa FeEdmond, Okla.
#25Derrick MooreDBSt. Frances AcademyBaltimore, Md.
#26Deyon BouieDBBainbridgeBainbridge, Ga.
#28Walker HowardQBSt. Thomas MoreLafayette, La.
#33AJ DuffyQBIMG AcademyMurrieta, Calif.
#34Jaheim SingletaryDBRobert E. LeeJacksonville, Fla.
#36CJ HicksLBAlterDayton, Ohio
#38Kamari WilsonDBIMG AcademyFort Pierce, Fla.
#39Braden DavisQBMiddletownMiddletown, Del.
#41Jalon WalkerLBSalisburySalisbury, N.C.
#42Luther BurdenWREast St. LouisSt. Louis, Mo.
#45Khamauri RogersDBHolmes County CentralMadison, Miss.
#46Will CampbellOLNevilleMonroe, La.

The above elite underclassmen will receive coaching instruction from a host of former NFL players, pro bowlers and Super Bowl champions, including five-time Super Bowl Champion Pepper Johnson, two-time champion Torrey Smith, two-time pro bowler Jermaine Lewis and 14-year NFL quarterback Jeff Blake, along with Torrian Wilson, Nathan O’Neal, Will Blackmon, Tom Luginbill and Craig Haubert.

Over its 13-year history, the Under Armour All-America Game has produced many of football’s best collegiate and professional players. NFL Pro Bowler A.J. Green competed in the inaugural game, while No. 1 overall NFL Draft selections like Jadeveon Clowney (2011), Jameis Winston (2012), Myles Garrett (2014) and Kyler Murray (2015) are among the players that participated in later years. In total, 270 alumni of the Under Armour All-America Game have been selected in the NFL Draft, including 72 first-round draft picks, 27 top-10 selections and 23 NFL Pro Bowlers.

ESPNU will air the Under Armour All-America Future 50 Camp at 8 p.m. ET on June 23.

Below is the entire UA All-America Future 50 Camp Roster

NAMEPOSHIGH SCHOOL
Brenen ThompsonATHSpearman (TX)
Bryce AndersonATHWest Brook (TX)
Domani JacksonCBMater Dei, CA
Jaheim SingletaryCBRobert E Lee (FL)
Deyon BouieDBBainbridge (GA)
Khamauri RogersDBHolmes Co. Central (MS)
Travis HunterDBCollins Hill (GA)
Will JohnsonDBGrosse Pointe South
Zion BranchDBBishop Gorman (NV)
Aaron WilsonDESt. Frances Academy (MD)
Derrick MooreDESt. Frances Academy (MD)
Tyre WestDETift Co. (GA)
Ernest CooperDLJames Martin (TX)
Gabriel Brownlow-DindyDLLakeland (FL)
Malick SyllaDLKaty (DL)
Shemar StewartDLMonsignor Pace (FL)
Tyler BookerDL/OLIMG Academy (FL)
Travis ShawDTGrimsley (NC)
Walter NolanDTSt. Benedict (TN)
CJ HicksLBArchbishop Alter (OH)
Cyrus MossLBBishop Gorman (NV)
Harold PerkinsLBCypress Park (TX)
Jalon WalkerLBSalisbury (NC)
Jaron WillisLBLee Co. (AL)
Jeremiah AlexanderLBThompson (AL)
Shawn MurphyLBStonewall Jackson (VA)
Collin SadlerOLGreenville (SC)
Devon CampbellOLArlington Bowie (TX)
Gunner GivensOLLord Botetourt (VA)
Kelvin BanksOLSummer Creek (TX)
Will CampbellOLNeville (LA)
Zach RiceOLLiberty Christian Academy (VA)
Dasan McCulloughOLBBlue Valley North (KS)
Jake TaylorOTBishop Gorman (NV)
AJ DuffyQBRancho Verde, CA
Braden DavisQBMiddleton (DE)
Maalik MurphyQBSerra (CA)
Quin EwersQBSouth Lake (TX)
Ty SimpsonQBWestview (TN)
Emmanuel HendersonRBGeneva Co. (AL)
Jovantae BarnesRBDesert Pines (NV)
Kaytron AllenRBIMG Academy (FL)
Raleek BrownRBMater Dei (CA)
Chace BiddleSGarland (TX)
Denver HarrisSNorth Shore (TX)
Kamari WilsonSIMG Academy (FL)
Malaki StarksSJefferson (GA)
Armani WinfieldWRLewisville (TX)
Caleb BurtonWRDel Valle (TX)
CJ WilliamsWRMater Dei (CA)
Evan StewartWRFrisco Liberty (TX)
Jordan HudsonWRGarland (TX)
Luther Burden IIIWRCardinal Ritter College (MO)
Shazz PrestonWRSt. James (LA)
Talyn ShettronWRSanta Fe (OK)
Tychaun ChapmanWRPrince Anne (VA)

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