With NBC cancelling the annual All-American Bowl amid the coronavirus pandemic, Ohio State five-star running back commit TreVeyon Henderson announced on Oct. 25 he will now play in the Under Armour All-America Game.
The 5-11, 195-pound Henderson was one of a nation-leading 12 Ohio State commits set to play in the All-American Bowl, including Pickerington (Ohio) North five-star defensive end Jack Sawyer; Bellaire (Texas) Episcopal five-star offensive guard Donovan Jackson; Philadelphia St. Joseph’s Prep five-star quarterback Kyle McCord; St. Louis De Smet Jesuit four-star cornerback Jakailin Johnson; Massillon (Ohio) Washington four-star wide receiver Jayden Ballard; Streetsboro, Ohio, four-star defensive tackle Mike Hall; Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett four-star cornerback Jordan Hancock; Ironton, Ohio, four-star linebacker Reid Carrico; Cornelius (N.C.) William Amos Hough four-star running back Evan Pryor; Philadelphia St. Joseph’s Prep four-star wide receiver Marvin Harrison; and Manassas (Va.) Unity Reed four-star Tyleik Williams.
The Under Armour All-American Game could eventually cancel its game, as well. But if it remains intact, Henderson would join Richfield (Ohio) Revere four-star offensive guard Ben Christman, who was the only future Buckeyes slated to play in the game.
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