College football’s early signing period may be over, but the excitement surrounding the 2020 recruiting class isn’t finished yet.
Several four- and five-star recruits are scheduled to announce where they’ll play college football next season during Thursday’s 2020 Under Armour All-America Game. That includes two players who will reveal with whom they have signed their national letters of intent.
Those players include five-star recruits Darnell Washington (No. 1 athlete, No. 10 overall) and Zachary Evans (No. 1 running back, No. 14 overall), as well as top-100 recruits Dontae Manning (No. 6 cornerback, No. 76 overall) and Daniyel Ngata (No. 2 all-purpose back, No. 80 overall), among others.
Sporting News has you covered on how to watch the All-America game, which recruits will announce their college football decision, when, and who they’re favored to sign with:
What channel is Under Armour All-America Game on today?
- TV channel (national): ESPN2
- Live stream: WatchESPN
The 2020 Under Armour All-America Game is televised nationally on ESPN2 and can be streamed on WatchESPN.
What time is the Under Armour All-America Game 2020?
- Date: Thursday, Jan. 2
- Start time: 6 p.m. ET
Kickoff for the All-America Game is scheduled for 6 p.m. ET on Thursday, Jan. 2. It will take place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., and will help determine the final player rankings for the class of 2020.
Under Armour All-America Game rosters, live commitment times
Seven players will announce their college decisions on Thursday, including four from the top-100. Two players, five-star recruits Darnell Washington and Zachary Evans, have already signed their national letters of intent and will merely reveal where they sent their NLIs.
With that, here are their scheduled announcement times during the 2020 Under-Armour All-America Game, listed in chronological order (rankings reflect 247Sports’ 2020 Composite rankings).
You can find the entire rosters for the 2020 Under Armour All-America Game here.
Chandler Morris (No. 14 dual-threat quarterback, No. 353 overall)
- Announcement time: Pregame
- Top schools: Oklahoma, Auburn
Elijah Badger (No. 23 wide receiver, No. 126 overall)
- Announcement time: First quarter
- Top schools: Arizona State, Oregon, USC
Jason Harris (No. 11 weak-side defensive end, No. 185 overall)
- Announcement time: Second quarter
- Top schools: Colorado, Arizona
Daniyel Ngata (No. 2 all-purpose back, No. 80 overall)
- Announcement time: Halftime, Segment 1
- Top schools: Texas A&M, Arizona State, Clemson, Oklahoma State
Darnell Washington (No. 1 athlete, No. 10 overall)
- Announcement time: Halftime, Segment 2
- Top schools: Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Miami
Dontae Manning (No. 6 cornerback, No. 76 overall)
- Announcement time: Third quarter
- Top schools: Georgia, Oregon
Zachary Evans (No. 1 running back, No. 14 overall)
- Announcement time: Fourth quarter
- Top schools: Georgia, LSU, Texas A&M