For the 16th time the East and West will face off in San Antonio at the 2016 US Army All-American Bowl, which will include several Texas Longhorns targets.
Like last week at the Under Armour All-America game, the game will start without any Longhorns pledges. Unlike last week, that won't change during the game, as none of the recruits expected to commit are seriously considering Texas.
The only player who will announce who holds an offer from head coach Charlie Strong and company is Fort Bend Elkins defensive tackle Ross Blacklock. Interest from the 6'4, 314-pounder never really materialized for Texas and Blacklock is now considered a heavy TCU lean after the Horned Frogs displaced the Aggies for pole position.
The only uncommitted Longhorns target in the game is Katy running back Kyle Porter, who named Texas in his top three recently and plans to make a decision on National Signing Day. Several committed players will take official visits to Austin in January, including LSU outside linebacker/defensive end pledge Erick Fowler and Texas A&M defensive end Mark Jackson. Texas probably trails Oklahoma with Jackson, but Fowler's parents want him to stay close to home and play for the Longhorns.
For those interested in tracking some players Texas missed on, Baylor wide receiver early enrollee Tren'Davian Dickson, a former Longhorns pledge, is playing for the West, as are Michigan defensive tackle commit Jordan Elliott and Texas A&M defensive end commit Justin Madubuike.
How to watch and stream
Where: Alamodome, San Antonio
Time: Noon CT
Streaming: Courtesy of NBC