Future Big 12 talents prep for showcase

The Under Armour All-American game is set for Jan. 5 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., and there should be plenty of future Big 12 players on the roster.

Here's a look at how many commits from each school will be playing. The Longhorns have the most in the Big 12, and the most of any team in the nation, too.

See the full list here.

1. Texas - 10

Top talent: Connor Brewer (Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral)

Ht.: 6-2 | Wt.: 190 | ESPNU 150: 34 | QB rank: 3 | Stars: 4

Breakdown: Brewer is an accomplished, polished passer for the high school level. He has adequate-to-good height and the frame to really blossom and add bulk. Full eval

2. Oklahoma - 3

Top talent: De'Vante Harris (Mesquie, Texas/Horn)

Ht.: 5-10 | Wt.: 160 | ESPNU 150: NR | CB rank: 14 | Stars: 4

Breakdown: All Harris needs is a bit more size to be considered a top national corner prospect. In terms of footwork, speed and cover corner skill-set, this prospect is an upper-tier category. Full eval

3. Missouri - 1

Evan Boehm (Lee's Summit, Mo./Lee's Summit West)

Ht.: 6-3 | Wt.: 300 | ESPNU 150: 52 | OG rank: 1 | Stars: 4

Breakdown: Boehm is a tough linemen displaying the explosion and playing strength necessary to be effective as both a run and pass blocker. Full eval

3. TCU - 1

Devonte Fields (Arlington, Texas/James Martin)

Ht.: 6-3 | Wt.: 225 | ESPNU 150: 68 | DE rank: 7 | Stars: 4

Breakdown: Fields can play the game and be a productive defender. He is a kid who possesses good size and looks to have a sturdy build and should be able to continue to develop his frame some as he physically matures. Full eval