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Florida State Commits Steal Show During Under Armour All-American Game

The Under Armour All-American Game captured the attention of college football recruiters all over the country Saturday in Orlando, Florida. 

With so many talented players all over the field, it appeared to be the Florida State commits--as a group--that shined the brightest. Five-star defensive back commit Levonta Taylor roamed the secondary for the Highlight Team, showing why he's rated as the nation's top defensive back.

Many believe Taylor will be the Day 1 punt returner for the Seminoles as a true freshman, for reasons like this. 

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While Taylor held down the defense, four-star quarterback commit Malik Henry was manufacturing successful drives on the offensive side of the ball, finishing the game with two touchdowns to help Highlight win, 27-0. 

This Vine, taken by user Engle12, captures Henry's second touchdown. 

Henry's performance even sparked a reaction from FSU tight ends coach Tim Brewster on Twitter. 

">@malik_henry16 very special player. Great leadership and talent! Going to be fun in Tally! #Tribe16

— Tim Brewster (@TimBrewster)

@malik_henry16 very special player. Great leadership and talent! Going to be fun in Tally! #Tribe16

— Tim Brewster (@TimBrewster) January 2, 2016

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When Henry wasn't throwing touchdowns, three-star kicker commit Ricky Aguayo (yes, FSU K Roberto Aguayo's little brother) was kicking field goals, finishing the game with 2 FGs and 3 PATs. Here's one of those posted to Twitter by Singleshot23.

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When it was all said and done, FSU commits accounted for 21 of the 27 points scored Saturday. Needless to say, head coach Jimbo Fisher and staff are excited to get this group on campus.