The Under Armour All-America Game is Thursday night in St. Petersburg, Fla., where some of the top prospects in the country will play in front of a national television audience.
ESPN Recruiting Nation has had full coverage all week, so let's catch up with some of the posts they have written featuring Big East recruits.
From Dave Hooker: Junior prospects Jason Hatcher and Ryan White from Louisville (Ky.) Trinity could one day become a package deal. Both have received strong interest from Louisville, but there are no guarantees they will stay close to home when it comes to making a commitment.
Tight end Sean Price out of North Marion, Fla., is the only Big East commit playing in this game. He has said he will sign with USF, but he also said Arkansas and Oklahoma have a chance. He has plans to visit all three schools this month.
Top 2013 running back Adam Lane said USF and Florida are recruiting him hard. Lane's brother is Rutgers tight end D.C. Jefferson.
There also is one more game: the U.S. Army All-American Bowl from San Antonio on Saturday.
Four-star safety Elijah Shumate (Don Bosco Prep, N.J.) will announce his choice between Rutgers, South Carolina and Notre Dame at the game. A few other players considering Rutgers are in this game as well, including quarterback Devin Fuller, Darius Hamilton and Yuri Wright.
This game features Rutgers commits Leonte Carroo, Chris Muller, and Pitt commit Chad Voytik.