Rockledge Raiders’ Ladarius Tennison to Play in Under Armour All-American Game in Orlando

By  //  January 2, 2020

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Kickoff set for 6 p.m. on ESPN

Former Rockledge High School standout prepares for the 2020 Under Armour All-American in Orlando, Florida. (image via Twitter UAFootball)

ORLANDO, FLORIDA  –  From one decade to another, high school football players continue to remind us that the future of the game is in good hands. 

Fans tend to wonder “Who’s the next Tom Brady?” “Where’s the next Adrian Peterson?”

Look no further than the Under Armour All-American game.

Orlando’s Camping World Stadium will host the all-star game Thursday evening at 6 p.m. 

The game gives fans a chance to see 100 of the nation’s top prep football players compete.

Keep an eye out for former Rockledge High School standout Ladarius Tennison, who signed with Auburn. He will play defensive back for the Tigers.

Tennison caught the eyes of just about every school in the nation and he will definitely have eyes on him this evening at Camping World.

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Fans of some of the state’s college football programs will also be intrigued.

There will also be over 10 commits to major Florida programs playing in the game including Florida State, Miami and Florida.

There are still a few players yet to sign, so that list may continue to grow.

Who better than two legends who played in the state collegiately to pass on the torch to the next generation than NFL Hall of Famers Deion Sanders (an FSU alum) and Ed Reed (a Miami alum) are the head coaches for each team. 

In addition to all that, Miami native and former NFL Pro Bowl wide receiver Chad Johnson will get to watch his son Chad Johnson Jr. play in the game as well.

This is the 11th annual Under Armour All-American game which will be televised on ESPN. It has featured many future NFL players including Jameis Winston, Julio Jones, A.J. Green and more recently, Cocoa’s Chauncey Gardner-Johnson in 2015.

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Space Coast Daily’s Juan Rodriguez, Chris Bonanno and Daryl Durand will provide coverage before and after the game in Orlando.