January 4, 2013; St. Petersburg, FL, USA;Team Highlight cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III (24) tackles Team Nitro wide receiver Laquon Tredwell (4) in the end zone during the first half at the Under Armour All-America high school game at Tropicana Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Under Armour Game Notes & Observations

Team Black defeated Team White, 16-3 in the 2013 Under Armour All-American Game. Here are some observations about the Notre Dame commits and targets in the game:

Tarean Folston is extremely athletic and quick. In one play, he almost made an interception when jumped a hitch. Later in the game, he intercepted a Brice Ramsey pass. Although Folston was only playing defense, Folston demonstrated that he can do about anything on a football field.

Hunter Bivin showed some versatility in being able to move around. He played Center and Guard effectively during the game. His snaps improved throughout the week. He looked good in pass protection and definitely has a nasty streak.

Sebastian Larue showed that he could be a deadly returner. He looks like a type of a receiver who turns a 4-yard hitch into a 40-yard gain.

Max Redfield, the latest Notre Dame commitment, looks excellent in coverage. He should be ready to compete at Safety if he adds the weight necessary. Also, recruits need to figure out a new way of selecting a school. No more hats out of a bag.

Alex Anzalone breaks down very well and filled the gap very well in this game. He will be an excellent Inside Linebacker in the future. Anzalone looks equally as good in coverage. He covers people in the backfield very well.  He also showed relentless pursuit in being able to bring down Keith Ford on kickoff. He chased down the play 30 yards down. This week, Anzalone has been really impressive this week.

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