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Highlights from The Army All-American Game


Kash Daniel, Drake Jackson and Landon Young left the field as winners today in the Alamodome, and not just because they were leading 37-9 on the scoreboard.

Kash had a couple of exceptional plays in the backfield, even though it’s tough to shine as an inside linebacker when plays usually stay on the periphery in all-star games.  There’s also lots of substitutions, yet Drake and Landon took at least 80% of the snaps.  They dominated the pass rush and made critical blocks that led to scores.

Here are just a few of the highlights from today’s game.  It’s tough getting good highlights from the OLine, but Landon is at right tackle and Drake is at center.  You can thank Freddie Maggard for the music selection.


Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

4 Comments for Highlights from The Army All-American Game

  1. lmdxn
    5:15 pm January 9, 2016 Permalink

    Kash is huuuuuuge. Can’t wait to watch him and Landon and Drake destroy.

  2. lex cath
    11:05 pm January 9, 2016 Permalink

    Really impressed with all three Cats today. Landon with great technique, Drake with pancakes all day, Kash playing through the whistle and nasty. I love these guys, Kash is fast and big coming from the mountains

  3. hartlines left arm
    1:44 am January 10, 2016 Permalink

    This was the first army all American game I’ve watched, and it was because of these guys above that I watched it. They didn’t disappoint, can’t wait to see them in Kentucky uniforms. These guys are program changers.

  4. Boro_Cat
    12:55 pm January 11, 2016 Permalink

    Nick, just making sure you were aware of the comments on “The Rise of Kentucky” in the 247Sports post game article on the Army Bowl. Talks about Landon Young’s possible 5th star and the great play of our other signees.

    Also wondered why we haven’t heard more about the Mark Hill hire for the football program and what that means for Erik Korem and his high performance program. Thanks for any additional information.